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Im buying a new jacket and im going to do it wile those crazy sells are going on, i was looking at scentlok, sitka, and under armour, i want a smaller jacket, with still plenty of warmth.
any thoughts?
 

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[rquote=1489807&tid=104074&author=cardiackiller]Im buying a new jacket and im going to do it wile those crazy sells are going on, i was looking at scentlok, sitka, and under armour, i want a smaller jacket, with still plenty of warmth.
any thoughts?[/rquote]

Check out cabelas. They got a crazy scent lok sell going on. I bought a scent lok parka for 100 dollars off.
 

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I have a scentlok full season and it is good for early season and warm enough for fairly cold weather. I like it.
 

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ArcticShield H9! May be a bit warm for early season though but it does have built in vents if you get too hot
 

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I'd like some Sitka gear but I can't justify the $$$$$ at this point. If I ever get to Alaska on a Dall sheep hunt then I'll probably get some.
 

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Sitka works well but it's made to layer. Packs well but the price is ^. The big coat is about 5 hundy
 

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I'm a layers guy, but I don't spend much on anything like that. Good base layer, multiple shirt layers, topped with a light jacket...the same jacket I wear once it gets below 50 degrees works for me all the way down to the low teens if I layer right.

My favorite jacket is a cabelas wind shear in fleece....think I paid 89 bucks for it couple years ago.
 

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I'll go even lower in price than you guys are talking about, and tell you I LOVE my Cabelas bowhunter's hooded insulated jacket.

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I'm kinda like archer 66. Wear some long underwear for a base layer then wear a sweatshirt/hoodie then your coveralls or pants then a coat. I like Cabelas brand stuff personally.
 

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Been known to have up to 3 :D layers of long underwear on as a base layer. It can get really hard to relieve yourself with so many layers I`ll tell ya!
 
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