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Product DescriptionThis insulated bib is loaded with great features. Fleece-lined handwarmer back pockets. Upper chest has a Magnattach call pocket, zippered license/key pocket, and call separator. Two zippered hand pockets in front and one back pocket. Full two-way zippers down both sides. 100% waterproof, breathable, and windproof. Imported.
From long, frigid days spent in the field to ugly early-morning boat rides, the LST Series was designed to make every moment enjoyable. Constructed from windproof, waterproof, and breathable outer material coupled with a 200-gram poly insulation for maximum warmth. While these items are designed for extreme temps, the cut and style keeps them from being as bulky as other jackets. The LST Series may be combined with either the EST Series or the MST Series to deliver an unbeatable layering system to keep out the elements.
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Q:Hi, i am in need a of a SERIOUS set of bibs. They will need to hold up to thick briars, crawling through swampy marshes and picked corn fields, EXTREME COLD! (down to -20 F) as well as snow and pounding rain. I was looking at the regular insulated bibs that you make and they look and feel as though they could hold up to what i will be throwing at them, but i NEED the waterproofing + the durability.
any help/suggestions?Asked on 8/12/2009 by Karl from Maple Grove, MN
A:give the drake LST insulated bib a try very well worth the money you wont be disappointedAnswered on 10/29/2009 by duk hunter from nebraska
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