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Sitka Gear

I was at Bass Pro today looking at camo, and I love everything about the Sitka gear line except for the price tag. Does anybody have it?  Is it worth the $150 price tag?

 

Thanks!

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I think it is good gear, but

I think it is good gear, but the price of it you could alot more gear you might get better use out of.

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Check camofire.com...they

Check camofire.com...they always have that stuff on sale for cheap!

 

Wish I could afford it too!Cry baby

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yes it is top notch

yes it is top notch gear...but they are waaay to proud of it... i have a couple pieces. it wont do anything that other good gear wont.

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I'd say do a little searching

I'd say do a little searching for deals on this camo.  If you're not in a hurry, you may be able to a sporting store going out of business or get a deal from cabela's bargain cave, maybe even the sportsmans guide. I bought my at a 50% discount otherwise I wouldn't have bought it. Good luck

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I have a Sitka jacket and

I have a Sitka jacket and it's not the first piece of camo I choose to hunt in. It's quality gear but it's not the best and like was said before, it doesn't do anything that other quality gear doesn't do.

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I think they are charging for

I think they are charging for the gore-tex gear rather that the camo patter that is printed on it.  It is quality gear and I will pick some up when I get home this year.

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Get what you pay for...

Coming from a waterfowling background, 150 bucks aint much compared to the price that we have paid for Columbia gear. I would say a good rule of thumb would be find the best that you can afford, then buy better. The extra $$$ you send now will go along why in warmth and comfort later.

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check out www.camofire.com

check out www.camofire.com they have a lot of their gear on from time to time. It's usually 50% off however you have to be quick as they sell out fast. If it was cheaper I would have some

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Forgot about

Forgot about Camofire.com...great place to get some cheaper.

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www.steapandcheap.com is

www.steapandcheap.com is another great one but never see any camo on there but a lot of outdoor stuff

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