Wait in comfort for ducks or geese to drop by your spread in our Cabela's® Dri-Fowl Parka for Men. 100% waterproof/windproof/breathable 4MOST® DRY-PLUS® shielding incorporates a durable water-repellent finish and taped seams to seal out even the wettest conditions you'll encounter on waterfowl hunts. Thick Thinsulate™ Insulation—150-gram in the body and 100-gram in the sleeves—traps body heat, insulating you from the bitter cold without the weight and bulk of traditional insulated hunting jackets. Articulated elbows give you the mobility you want when it's time to shoulder your shotgun and fold some wings. 2 chest pockets, handwarmer pockets, and 2 front flap pockets with elastic shell loops store ammo, empties, and essential gear. An attached, adjustable hood on the Cabela's Dri-Fowl Parka for Men gives generous, crucial coverage. 100% polyester. Machine wash. Imported.
Thinsulate Insulation: 150-gram in the body and 100-gram in the sleeves
Articulated elbows for unrestricted movement
2 chest pockets
2 side handwarmer pockets
2 front flap pockets with elastic shell loops
Attached, adjustable hood
Web ID: 100098341
Rated 3 out of
Pretty goodWarm and waterproof as advertised. Only issue is the zipper. If I didn’t button the storm flap the zipper would come apart at the bottom. If not for that I’d give it 5 stars.
Date published: 2019-11-12
Rated 5 out of
Nice Lightweight ParkaThis parka is good for weather down to the 20’s, I bought a larger size so I could put a few layers under it. It’s waterproof and has a nice hood and easy to access pockets.
Date published: 2019-11-04
Rated 5 out of
Coat, bibs, and bagI really like this rain wear, I have wore it in my boat in the pooring
rain stayed warm an dry.. Awesome
Date published: 2019-10-14
Rated 5 out of
Its warm and waterproofThis is a nice jacket, first day I wore it was in a downpour - so I can verify it's waterproof. The insulation is good, I'd rate it a little on the warm side, so if you're hunting warm weather this may be a little hot. I hunted in 35-48F in the am, 65 and sunny by mid day and unzipped it was fine as long as I layered down to just a T-shirt underneath. I had thermal and T shirt unzipped and was plenty warm - so fully zipped up and layered should be good for cold places. The fleece hand slips behind the pockets are really nice, and I like the two zip pockets up high on the left side for shooting glasses and ear plugs etc. The arms have velcro on the ends to tighten around your gloves, really good. For the money I don't think you'll find anything better. We scored limits of ducks in an open blind, so the camo was working good too.
Will this jacket be good for -55 weather up north Ontario thanks
Asked by: Kenneth macc
Thank you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. While this parka has Thinsulate™ Insulation—150 gram in the body and 100 gram in the sleeves—traps body heat, insulating you from the bitter cold without the weight and bulk of traditional insulated hunting jackets, the consideration of when to wear a jacket will vary from individual to individual based on many external variables involved, such as an individual's metabolic rate, overall tolerance to cold, calorie intake and weather conditions, among others.