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Looking for a new upland vest and wanted to know if someone had one they liked. I would really like to get one that is hydration bladder compatible.
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The best ones I've seen are from Ugly Dog, Orvis, Columbia and/or Cabelas. I personally don't use a hydration vest but have seen others wearing these and they look nice.
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I have an old browning vest that I put a bladder in. I sewed a couple of loops for the hose to go through and it works. The bottle holders on the side are for the dog.
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I have the Browning jacket with the zip off sleeves. I am very happy with it. Not bladder ready buy I'm sure you could add one.
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MOTHER's www.uplanders.com/home.php?dr=products& ... swodFThQCw
They have a good selection and have great functionality. Sometime's there's too many pockets, cubby holes and you wind up packing the kitchen sink! But that's a far better option than just 3 plain pouches hung off shoulder straps.
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I got mine thru uglydog its called quilomene, it nice. They have alot of different vest, check them out on their website
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