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SITKA camo

I have been hunting for 28 years and I have used a camo from numerous vendors and at numerous price points. This past year and a half I have been using Sitka. (NO I DO NOT WORK FOR OR SALE THIS PRODUCT). I am a Mountain Tech which is a closed program put out by Gore-Tex to a selection of avid outdoorsmen. This allowed me access to Sitkas line of Gore-Tex products. They are very high quality and hold up to the elements and terrain very well. I have personally bought many non Gore-Tex items from Sitka also to round out my needs. They have top notch baselayers and packs. They have 3 patterns for hunting all types of game-- waterfowl, forrest and open country. They are high end items but I feel very worth it. Look into Gore-Tex warranty it is second to none.

EmekaT

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Glad you love you Sitka Camo.

Glad you love you Sitka Camo. Just curious though, are the pokcets large enough to hold a can of Spam or 2?  I love Spam, especially sliced thin, fried over an open fire, etc.  Or, nothing like a Spam sandwich.  I take Spam with me all the time when I go hunting or fishing.

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I got it after the first reply unfortunately. No this isn't spam. I was having trouble navigating the sight I couldn't see my post. So I copied it and put it a couple places to try to figure out how to find it. The only connection I have with Sitka is I have gotten some free trial products through a group Mountaintechs I belong to. I also got snowboarding jackets and some raingear from other brands. I have purchased numerous Sitka products on my own. They really are great if you are going to really use them. I wouldn't spend the $ if I was a here and there type hunter.
Emeka

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Well, in that case, my

Well, in that case, my apologies, and welcome tot hesite.  We've been getting bombarded with Spam the last few months on here, and posts like tyours, where there are multiple (5) that are the exact same posts, are always suspect.

Welcome tot he site.  And since I know your serious, I will talk about Sitka gear.  I agree, great stuff.  I do most of my hunting in Southern California, so I don't really need alot more than a long sleeve T-shirt and camo pants, but I have friends that use it, and I have tried it on before.  Nice product, and if I was a serious colder weather hunter, I would absolutely consider it, even with the higher price.

I'll delete my other smart-a$$ replies too..... Wink

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