I have not used it, but have researched it extensively. The stuff gets almost all positive comments from everyone I spoke with, but the big drawback is the cost. Some question whether or not it is worth the price or are you paying extra just to wear the name. I would imagine for hunting your area or places like Alaska the additional cost may be worth it. If you do go that way sign up for their emails and shop the sales or close outs if possible.
I don't live or hunt in that area, but over the years I have found
my money is best spent on military ADU/BDU's.
I have shirts and pants I have been wearing for close to
a decade and still going strong, just faded.
They come in several camo patterns.
Last time I ordered the insect proof version.
Best money I ever spent for May squirrel season.
Wow, not much activity here, but I thought I'd just post in case anybody happens to check-in occasionally. One of my wool suppliers is from a guy basically working out of his garage that was converted into his "work shop". He keeps busy all year round but still finds time to get out and use...
I never thought I'd write a product review on pants :hmmmm: but I finally found something that I consider good enough to share my experience about. Here is the link to Cabela's for the pants ... Cabela's Unlined Trailhiker II Pants : Cabela's
Lets get the cons out of the way first as they are...
LaCrosse Alpha Lite 5mm Boots
As I planned my May 2010 trip to Alaska for a black bear hunt, I did my best to keep additional costs to a minimum. On any trip a hunter makes to a new or different area, he or she needs to be sure the equipment is matched to the typical conditions found there...
Cabela's Outdoor Clothing: Microtex Camo Pants and Shirt, Silent Weave Bibs, Legacy Fleece Vest and Outfitter Wooltimate Vest
By Ed Turner/336ER
I recently purchased a couple items of Cabela's outdoor clothing that I found on sale over the last few months. I'd already been looking at their line...