RedHead® Ripstop Bonded Waterfowl Hunting Jacket for Men
- Tough hunting jacket shields waterfowl hunters from nasty weather
- Bonded windproof fabric blocks out the cold and wind
- Tough 100% ripstop polyester shell with soft and smooth poly lining
- Trustworthy YKK zippers with large, glove-friendly zipper pulls
- Zip closure chest and handwarmer pockets
- Neoprene cuffs and drawcord cinchable hem block out cold
- Drawcord adjustable hood - tucks into standup collar when not needed
Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by btboyd ok for warm weather I got this jacket just just after thanksgiving 2012. I hunt ducks on the coast of Texas, so it doesn't get too cold. With a long john shirt I was comfortable on a couple 20 degree mornings. I would want something more for anything colder. Like the other reviewer stated, the cuffs tore at the seam on mine as well, although I was able to take it one and off about a dozen times before that. I just stitched them back together. It is waterproof and I like how it isn't bulky. The rip-stop material seams to work pretty good. I hunt with a lot of cane growing in the water and I have cut my hands on it but haven't cut the jacket when leaning into it. January 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by nelsona5 Great Purchase for price I live in Ohio where the temperature changes drastically week to week during hunting season. This jacket is great for when it warms up and the ducks are flying and works well when it is cold when you sit in the blind for days without seeing anything. The only thing I suggest is that whoever purchases this understands it's not the warmest stand alone jacket, just throw a hoodie or sweatshirt on underneath it. I would highly recommend this. January 7, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Caudle Not impressed There are three main things i don't like about the coat. One, it doesnt keep you the least bit warm. Two, the cufflinks ripped at the seam the first time I wore the jacket. Three, the zippers have a flap over them which causes them to get stuck all the time. But I guess you get what you pay for. December 13, 2012
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