Coats and Gloves

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Coats and Gloves

Postby Simple » Wed Nov 20, 2013 8:01 pm

Im looking into buying a new coat this year and wondered which coats you guys like and work well. I love hunting sun shine or complete down pour or blizzard. The coat I have now is more like a sponge then anything else, and so are my gloves.

Which coat do you prefer?
Any good water proof but moveable gloves ?
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Re: Coats and Gloves

Postby vincentpa » Wed Nov 20, 2013 8:23 pm

I have had great luck with Cabelas jacket and Columbia jacket. Gloves... If you ind gloves that remain waterproof after two years, let me know. I wouldn't pay more than $25-30 for any pair of gloves. That way you won't feel so bad when they leak.
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Re: Coats and Gloves

Postby KillerKowalski » Wed Nov 20, 2013 10:15 pm

Early season I wear a UA Skysweeper II with a hood. Late season with no precipitation I wear a wool sweater. If it rains/snows I have the Cabelas Buckbuster Gore-tex shell to go over. Also, invested in a Drake down coat this season. Give it a try and see how it works.

I rarely wear gloves, but, if I do I wear gloves, Cabelas Gore-tex for hunting, PVC for decoys throwing or Cabelas heavy Thinsulate Dri-Fowl gloves
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Re: Coats and Gloves

Postby MJO21 » Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:02 am

I have an Article Shield Waterfowl Parka. Very warm, and keeps me dry... I usually have to take off a sweatshirt under the jacket.
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