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    guide gear camo?

    Any have any guide gear camo? particulary the "silent adrenaline" gettup? they got a sale on sportsmans guide right now 53 bucks for pants and jacket. I realize that its cheap stuff and you get what you pay for, but there is "simple but effective"... and then there is "junk". I have a guide gear tree stand thats just fine. and Im looking to get some new duds for the early/mid season. would welcome suggestions for midweight quiet and comfortable camo thats not going to break the bank.



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    Are you talking about this?

    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c...x?a=879867&e=Y

    A link is helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaArcher View Post
    Are you talking about this?

    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c...x?a=879867&e=Y

    A link is helpful
    yup thats the one

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    I've bought lots of stuff from them and find that it's actually pretty good quality, especially for the price. They did screw up the size on some camo pants I ordered once, which weren't worth sending back on my dime. I also have a pair of their $40 desert boots, which have been surprisingly great and durable under a lot of tough hunting conditions. I wouldn't think twice about that jacket if I needed something like that.
    2008 Bowtech Tomkat, 29"/70 lb. draw, Torqueless Grip

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    I would get them but I do use Break Up. I have to look for Brush.

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