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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Who looks cooler

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    That there boy looks like a member of the muppets cast. I'll let you decide which.

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    He's like one of my oldest friends.. he sure is dapper though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JABIII View Post
    Filson has a new partnership with Mossy Oak including their original grease coats and a new "high tech" model that I am looking to hear some feedback on...

    https://www.filson.com/men/outerwear...n-jackets.html
    im looking hard at that jacket, may bight the bullet on it before the trip up north....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chessbay View Post
    I have a duck oven and itís awesome.....youíll need a shell over if itís wet.
    Then itís far from ďawesomeĒ

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    Banded and Avery have really gone down hill. Customer service has been slack, quality of products has gone down from years ago. I bought a pair of wader this year just because it was the easiest option at the time. They lasted one hunt, the second hunt the leg protection on both legs ripped off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fish View Post
    That there boy looks like a member of the muppets cast. I'll let you decide which.
    Ralph?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tater View Post
    Then it’s far from “awesome”
    I get you really just want to argue or pick shit apart, but it’s like a wool sweater.....it’s warm, but not waterproof. Of course you know that, but still to want to pick it apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12341234 View Post
    Banded and Avery have really gone down hill. Customer service has been slack, quality of products has gone down from years ago. I bought a pair of wader this year just because it was the easiest option at the time. They lasted one hunt, the second hunt the leg protection on both legs ripped off.
    Yea I don’t wear their waders anymore, but that hoodie is the jam. My waders only lasted a season and I just went back to cabelas neoprene.
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    I have an old Filson coat that I use as a shell and I layer accordingly.
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    Best I've owned is a Herters 3-n-1 wader jacket. It's getting some age on it, but still keeps me dry. I bought a new one from Cabela's last year, or year before, thinking I might as well go ahead and get a new one. I really don't care for it.
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    The redesigned Dakota Hoody is very nice. Little more water resistant and they made it to fit a little slimmer instead of having that flared feeling on the bottom of the jacket.

    Put if you want waterproof then the Delta Wading jacket with the right layers underneath it.

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    Wool can still warm you when wet..

    My Grandad always said about waterfowling - " It's gonna be cold , and wet"
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    Quote Originally Posted by NUTZ View Post
    It's all about the pockets and star crunch storage for me.
    You just moved up a few notches!
    I tell you what, from "smoking a pair of big black dicks" to "wanking across the pond"...you have to be very careful when posting about duck hunting from a smartphone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitewaterDuck View Post
    You just moved up a few notches!
    Nutz starts from the top...

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    Sooo.... I ordered the Filson. It is extremely well put together. Has some sorta reinforcement on the elbows. It’s more of a shell and will need some wool or fleece under it. I’m typically an XL but the XL was a little big. Only thing I didn’t like was there is no place to slide your hands in.
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    Go Tigers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltMuck View Post
    Sooo.... I ordered the Filson. It is extremely well put together. Has some sorta reinforcement on the elbows. It’s more of a shell and will need some wool or fleece under it. I’m typically an XL but the XL was a little big. Only thing I didn’t like was there is no place to slide your hands in.
    I have the same and wear a Beretta Windstop wool sweater underneath. Perfect combination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishSticker View Post
    I have the same and wear a Beretta Windstop wool sweater underneath. Perfect combination.
    Thanks, I’ll give that a check.
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    Go Tigers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltMuck View Post
    Thanks, I’ll give that a check.
    I also have a Filson Guide sweater and grab the Beretta every time, FWIW.

    https://www.berettausa.com/en-us/ber...f-zip-sweater/

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    My wool Beretta Sweater has the windstopper lining. It's a damned fine garment under a grease coat.
    F**K Cancer

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