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Rotwieler

where to find Predator Fall grey winter jackets?

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Rotwieler

I am having a heck of a time trying to find a jacket, that will be warm enough for late season, in Predator Fall Grey.

so far the only thing i can find is an internet company custom made wool jacket but the base price is 500 bucks ooo.gif! that is just too much money for something i cant touch and see before i buy, and there are no returns. I've looked at the usual places Gander Mt., cabela's, bass pro. i saw some stuff but nothing that looked warm enough for Nov. and Dec.

seems like this camo is getting harder and harder to find. i think it is great for hunting in poplar and birch, or when your stand has a lot of skyline.

Thanks for any help!

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Wensel

Try a goole for Graywolf Woolens or Tom Redmond Outdoors

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chucker34

Perhaps you could get an oversized Cabela's Silent Weave insulated coat? Give yourself plenty of room to layer and you should stay warm.

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HateHumminbird

The Cabela's silent-weave is pretty good stuff, and is available in predator fall grey. Otherwise, their website has a good number of winter jackets for sale in that pattern. Good luck!

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