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    I just got a new pair of Kenetreks and gators. Next I need a light weight, warm, and waterproof jacket. I have been looking at the KUIU stuff. I like the sitka stuff but it is a little exspensive. I have a friend that works at Columbia so I'm going to check what they have to offer. I would get the Columbia stuff half off. If anybody has any suggestions I would be greatful. Thanks

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    Kuiu, First Lite, Kryptek all have solid waterproof breathable shells and good insulating layers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricochet View Post
    I just got a new pair of Kenetreks and gators. Next I need a light weight, warm, and waterproof jacket. I have been looking at the KUIU stuff. I like the sitka stuff but it is a little exspensive. I have a friend that works at Columbia so I'm going to check what they have to offer. I would get the Columbia stuff half off. If anybody has any suggestions I would be greatful. Thanks
    Check clearance items at REI and places like that, I got a Primaloft-filled jacket w/ hood for half off the regular price at REI.
    Ah, the nostalgic aroma of a yak dung stove brewing up some tea full of herbs best left untranslated.
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    Just bought a Nikon prostaff 3 rangefinder and it is awesome!

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    Bitterroot, congrats on your new ATX. I know you've been pretty happy with your Razor digiscoping set up and have other Swarovski set ups. Looking forward to your personal reviews on your new system and hopefully some pictures. fatrascal.

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    When out to set up the new Moultrie game camera and used the new Vortex Ranger 1000 to check distances. Ranger worked great and I will see how the camera works in a couple of weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
    I am much like IKIC, I have a lot of gear. I have a couple of good hunts coming up this year and I am trying to figure out how I can swing one of these.http://www.cap-pack.com/#!cap-pack/c1peb
    I saw it, I wanted it, I bought it. We will see what it is like when it is full of gear and I'm bouncing down the road?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
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    I saw it, I wanted it, I bought it. We will see what it is like when it is full of gear and I'm bouncing down the road?
    I built this one for my F250 a few years ago. You can put a air mattress on top and sleep in the truck and all your gear is below. Works really good. I also put locks on the drawers.



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    25contender, That is some good looking work. I was looking at something like this but I just couldn't picture putting a dead deer on top of it and having it bleed all over my gear. Looks like your pretty good at "honey do" lists.

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    That thing is awesome 25contender. I would love to do somthing like that with my rig.

 

 

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