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Anyone use it? I'm thinking of getting the unlined coverall or the BDU pants and long sleeve t-shirt for bow season here in North TX.

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I've got the insulated and uninsulated coveralls, with headcover, gloves, etc. I really like the pattern for later in the season when most of the leaves have dropped or in the winter. I put the S&L pattern in the same category as Predator Fall Gray or Brown and ASAT. I believe these type patterns are much more effective at breaking up the outline and are as close to ideal as you are going to get for treestand use.

One thing I have noticed about the S&L clothing is that they tend to fade more rapidly than other patterns. I use Sport Wash to avoid odor and fading, but the coveralls seem to fade a little each time they are washed. Just one thing to be aware of.

If I could only buy S&L or Predator Fall Gray, I would be a happy camper.

Have never tried these patterns in the spring for turkey. I always tend to lean in the direction of patterns with a bit more green in them.
 

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Does the uninsulated coverall breath? We can get some pretty warm temperatures during bow season here in N. Texas.
 

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They're cotton. Seem to "breathe" just fine. They are a great weight for early season.
 
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