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The Perfect Hunting Clothes

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Hello,

I'm new to this forum, so please bare with my mistakes.

 

I'm looking to buy some new hunting clothes, and I was wondering, if you can recommend anything?

I've been looking at clothes from Deerhunter, since I really like their camouflage. Has anyone tried their clothes?

 

Thanks in advance.

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I'm not a fan of cammo don't really see the need for it, think nice green jacket does the job just as well plus you don't look out of place either

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I can recommend Fjallraven. Excellent and hardwearing clothing with lots of innovative details. :thumbs:

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Paramo harkila seeland or Barbour think Ridgeline jack pyke the ones too avoid not fit for purpose n poor quality price reflects that though

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Exactly what hunting are you going to be doing?

 

There is a lot to be said for army surplus...

 

There is also a lot to be said for the high end stuff like Musto or Harkila

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Seriously, Deer hunter make fairly decent stuff for decent prices, in this country anyway.

Their sizes tend to be on the small side though.

HTH

 

Cheers, D.

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I have always bought Deerhunter everything, which lasts alright but for the money I would expect them to stay waterproof for a lot longer. My missus bought me a Ridgeline Fleece Jacket and some Trousers that are not so well made but have lasted longer so far, but are a bit sweaty!!! I haven't tried Harkilla because the last post on here didn't rate them. So I'd be interested to hear if there are any other makes on here that people recommend.

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I have always bought Deerhunter everything, which lasts alright but for the money I would expect them to stay waterproof for a lot longer. My missus bought me a Ridgeline Fleece Jacket and some Trousers that are not so well made but have lasted longer so far, but are a bit sweaty!!! I haven't tried Harkilla because the last post on here didn't rate them. So I'd be interested to hear if there are any other makes on here that people recommend.

 

Personally I rate Harkila. Just bought one of their light jackets, the Jucun and I think I have finally found my perfect jacket. I've decided not to even look at any waterproof clothing unless it has Goretex stamped on it now. Had the Pro Hunter before but the sizing is too big for me. Not sure I'd be paying typical retail prices though!

 

Anybody tried the kiwi brand Stoney Creek?

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I have always bought Deerhunter everything, which lasts alright but for the money I would expect them to stay waterproof for a lot longer. My missus bought me a Ridgeline Fleece Jacket and some Trousers that are not so well made but have lasted longer so far, but are a bit sweaty!!! I haven't tried Harkilla because the last post on here didn't rate them. So I'd be interested to hear if there are any other makes on here that people recommend.

 

Personally I rate Harkila. Just bought one of their light jackets, the Jucun and I think I have finally found my perfect jacket. I've decided not to even look at any waterproof clothing unless it has Goretex stamped on it now. Had the Pro Hunter before but the sizing is too big for me. Not sure I'd be paying typical retail prices though!

 

Anybody tried the kiwi brand Stoney Creek?

 

Got a stoney creek bush shirt says made in china on the inside though it is hard wearing.

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