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Stellar Waterfowl Jacket for All Seasons

How to Choose the Right Outerwear

I am a waterfowl hunter and if you are one as well you should buy waterfowl jacket that will help you a lot during your outdoor adventures!. I have been for more than twenty years now. There is nothing better than the exhilaration of sitting in my blind on opening day, waiting for ducks to fly by with their wings flapping and making that sound that says it’s time to be shot at again. It has been an amazing ride so far, but there are some things about being out hunting that can make you question your sanity or say “enough is enough.” One thing I’m not particularly fond of is the weather…

Waterfowl Jacket

The first thing you need to consider is the season. In spring, you’ll probably want something lightweight and breathable so your body can stay cool as it works hard for you during those long days of hunting from sun up to sundown. During summer months though, a light jacket or pullover that has some insulation will likely be best since mornings tend to be pretty cold even if afternoon temperatures are high. For late fall hunts where deer activity tends to pick up around sunrise and wind chill becomes an issue on exposed areas like ears and cheeks, heavy duty down jackets might what’s needed most in order keep yourself warm without adding bulk underneath camouflage clothing layers . Finally, when winter arrives sometime between November through February depending on where you are hunting, heavy duty insulation is the only way to go.

The next thing to consider is how much money you’re willing to spend on your jacket. The best waterfowl jackets for men can range anywhere from $100 all the way up into the thousands of dollars depending on what kind of features and bells & whistles they have but if price isn’t a huge concern for you then I would recommend buying something durable that will last because there’s nothing worse than investing in an expensive piece of equipment just before it falls apart after one season due to shoddy craftsmanship or poor quality materials.

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