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#11820566 - 02/12/17 Swazi clothing
abbydog Offline
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Registered: 02/19/11
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Loc: Connecticut
Anybody own Swazi hunting clothing?

I'm looking at them and Kuiu, particularly the rain gear.

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#11827093 - 02/15/17 Re: Swazi clothing [Re: abbydog]
waterrat Offline
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Loc: Lake Iliamna Alaska
Yes,, His fleece line is very well made but it seemed to run about a size smaller than US made.

The gore-tex raingear is very heavy duty and Heavy,, as with other gore-tex it just sucks up the water and the coat will weigh 20+ lbs at the end of the day and pants or bibs slightly less. They are useless in a spike camp situation and impossible to dry without and good overnights drying time in a warm enviroment.
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#11837843 - 02/19/17 Re: Swazi clothing [Re: abbydog]
abbydog Offline
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Registered: 02/19/11
Posts: 516
Loc: Connecticut
Rain gear jackets weigh 955 grams to 2.2 kg. Depending which model.

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#11889881 - 03/11/17 Re: Swazi clothing [Re: abbydog]
abbydog Offline
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Registered: 02/19/11
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Loc: Connecticut
I ordered a pair of rifleman pants on February 3rd and as of March 10th they are at the International gateway in NZ.

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#11959621 - 04/09/17 Re: Swazi clothing [Re: abbydog]
Volatil Offline
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Registered: 08/30/16
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Not Swazi clothing (actually I like), but just to comment briefly about the Icefall Down jacket
https://goo.gl/LVczeP
still wear it this morning, kind of expensive but the best for cold days.

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