Mcalister clothing?

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Mcalister clothing?

Postby cutdown123 » Tue Apr 08, 2014 3:30 pm

Does anyone know what's up with mcalister? I was told they are going to quit making it for 2 years? And also drake will not carry bottomland camp anymore? Just wandering if any of y'all know if this is true


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Re: Mcalister clothing?

Postby OneTime » Wed Apr 09, 2014 7:42 pm

I don't know about the camo, but the muffelatta is pretty good.
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Re: Mcalister clothing?

Postby huntswithmutts » Fri Jun 13, 2014 1:03 pm

I don't know if Drake's parent company is ending production of Mcalister or not, but I have been wondering the same thing. I really like their stuff. I think it is a cheaper, although not equal, alternative to Filson. Used to have the ditty shooting bag for clays and lost it. Wish I still had that bag.
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Re: Mcalister clothing?

Postby mudpack » Sat Jun 14, 2014 6:44 am

Years ago, I bought a new McAllister shooting vest. The adjusting strap pulled out the second time I used it. They replaced it, no hassles.
The second vest started to lose it's pockets (poor seam sewing), after about five uses. I re-sewed all the seams myself, adding leather trim where the cotton pocket edges were already starting to wear through.
I still wear that threadbare old vest. But, I've not been a big fan of McAllister gear since.
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