RedHead Classic Turkey Vests for Men
Not bad at all...
I just received this vest yesterday.... and I must say, I'm actually quite pleased with the $30 turkey vest. It will practically fit anyone. There are only 2 large pockets with a button snap, but that does not take away from the vest at all. I am a newbie to turkey hunting, but have tried and seen a ton of turkey vests out there. Some are way to overloaded for me. I dont have that much gear to haul around so this is gonna work perfect for me. The fold down seat is attached with 2 button snaps inside the vest and might be a little hard to unsnap while its on, but once again, Adapt/Overcome/& Improvise... the seat is not bad either. The game pocket in the back is large as well... to help haul your gobbler or decoys...either way, its gonna be a fine vest for my using.
March 26, 2014
Perfect for my needs
Saw this initially in your (Spring/hardcopy) Turkey Hunting catalog and subsequently read reviews online. Based on these, I ordered one and, although I've yet to use it afield, it appears to be of sound quality and, moreover, exactly what I need - not only for turkey hunting but also as a light day pack/vest for early deer hunting, to-and-from-camp, in the ADK's. Good value @ a great price!
June 25, 2012
good vest for the price
i bought this about a week ago for my first turkey season. i thought id go for it because it was a decent price and i didn't know how much i would use it in the field. i soon found out that your vest is your best friend from holding all your equipment to saving your butt and back on the ground with the fold down pad. i would recommend this product for a first timer or a small kid learning to hunt. for an experienced hunter spend the extra ten to twenty bucks and get one with a few more pockets so your calls aren't rattling around while your walking. i know i will definitely be upgrading to the redhead strut zone turkey vest for next season. but overall its a great product for the money.
April 21, 2012
Beware!!!! The snaps for stowing the seat cushion are on the on the inside of the back of the vest....in other words, the only way you can stow the seat or drop it down from the stowed position is by removing the vest. It folds up inside between you and the vest. Fortunately I can sow and I remove most of the snaps from my turkey vests and install magnets anyway. Bought the vest for Florida to hopefully complete my slam this spring.
October 3, 2013