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I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations on warm waterfowl gear. I've had a really difficult time trying to find something that not only will fit properly, but will also be practical. I have a very difficult time keeping warm so its very important that I find jacket and pants that will help me stay as warm as possible. I have tried men's clothing and although not horrible it just doesn't as well as I'd like as I'm quite small and only 5ft.
So if anyone has some recommendations I would really appreciate some help!! (:
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Cabelas line is pretty warm, although I don't believe it's waterproof...
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Check out River's West. I have not found anything warmer.
Make sure their toe nails are wet
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Prois Pro-Edition Jacket, Cazadora women's waders. (at Cabelas) A moisture-wicking base layer long sleeve tee shirt. It's thin fabric. (REI, Amazon, most sporting goods stores) Smart-wool long johns, bottoms and top. Smart-wool knee-high hunter's socks, (Amazon) Prois fuzzy camo neck gaiter and beanie. (Sportsman's Warehouse) I use fuzzy camo gloves that have half fingers and then the mitten top flips back to a velcro patch, to expose the fingers, or if its really cold you can flip then down over your fingers. All these items are toasty warm. Pressure activated hand warmer packets. Good luck!
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Just bought my daughter cabelas insulated bibs on sale for $118 in shadowgrass blades she said they are warm.
Haven't been in the wet yet but we mostly hunt in layout blinds
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