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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    I'm a boot whore. Lucchese and double h ( bison ) get my vote in the boot spectrum. I rock dickies in the pants spectrum. A: company issued, B: it doesn't take an hour and half to get the wrinkles out if you don't pull em out of the dryer as soon as the buzzer goes off. Carharts are like trying to straighten Tin foil! I'm stuck in the world of look professional but work hard all day.. It's a catch 22

    Same here.. Except I typically wear cinch, 20X, BKE, Rock Revival jeans. Carhartt bibs & jackets for winter work, UA for our Summers. Columbia for a lot of non-camo winter clothes, fishing shirts/shorts/color coordinated boots to ski pants/etc.

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    Riggs by day and cinch by night! Justin and anderson bean boots. Normally a Columbia sweatshirt to boot!

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    Anderson bean boots, and slick bottom Justin's, cinch jeans, cinch shirts,


    If you get meat from the store then dont criticize me for having the courage to go out and kill my own meat

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    I really like all north face products and i like almost all cabelas alaskan products or cabelas guidewear.

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    Kirkland Dress Shirts during the Workweek...
    New Balance Running shoes (Wide sizes)
    Stetson and Resistol Hats
    Wrangler Jeans
    Big Agnes Sleeping bags and tents
    Feetures Socks
    Wigwam socks

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    Ha, can I say almost everything... Literally, the only hunting brand gear I use out West is my weapon (obviously), optics, my Badlands pack, my Kuiu wool beanie, Core4 boxers, and a pair of Core4Element pants I occasionally wear in colder conditions. I just can't justify spending 300-1000% more for a new product that has camo, did I mention is overpriced, usually heavier, and not as effective as a product that a backpacking company perfected years ago.

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    North Face, Princeton-Tec(headlamps)

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    my favorite is gun show and dancing show.

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    Redwing Romeos...... ahhhhhh
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    Mathews DXT, Bowtech Admiral, Browing .300WSM...... and Swarovski Optiks my wife doesn't know about.
    1999 Washington Blacktaill, Bear River GMU, nontypical 6X7

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    dihardhunter..... I just can't justify spending 300-1000% more for a new product that has camo, did I mention is overpriced, usually heavier, and not as effective as a product that a backpacking company perfected years ago.........., amen my man.

 

 

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