Hi All

  • avatarWorkboot
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    Coon Rapids, MN
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    #1281695

    Just wanted to stop by and say hello to all. Wendy and I are wondering if anybody has some ideas for a good mild weather type jacket. Hope you all are doing well
    Wil and Wendy.

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    New Hope, MN
    Posts: 383
    #1161713

    Totally depends on what you’re looking for. Me, I like to get the softshell jackets. Typically they can be found for mild weather. The bonus is they are typically windprood and have a decent level of water resistance.

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    Hudson, WI
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    #1161714

    What about the new IDO Hoodie

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    #1161717

    Striker Brands Performance Jackets. Awesome Jackets for fishing and any outdoors activity. I wear mine all year!!

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    Norwood, MN
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    #1161730

    Not sure if cabelas still makes them but I have a guidesheild jacket that I wear the heck out of. It isn’t the guidewear rain gear but it works for brief periods out in a light rain. Light fleece lining with a neoprene feeling outter shell. Had it for years and wear it all the time and it has held up very well.

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    Woodbury, Mn
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    #1161749

    I highly recommend a Stormbloc by Drift Creek. Insulated, hooded, soft. I recently aquired two and they are sweet. I cant stop wearing it. Just the right size for cool weather. Cold weather with the right layering and waterproof. I fell in love with them when trying my buddys on our Winni trip when it wasnt super cold and snowing hard all day.

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    Chatfield, MN
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    #1161752

    My wife and I both have Columbia Bugaboo jackets. The jacket has a fleece liner that can be worn by itself, a breathable waterproof shell that can be worn by itself or combine the shell and liner to create a very warm, wind and rain proof jacket. We wear ours during all seasons except the coldest part of winter and the heat of summer.

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    Duluth, Mn
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    #1128477

    Stormbloc by Drift Creek

    Those look pretty nice, any local retailers carry them?

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    Woodbury, Mn
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    #1162011

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    Stormbloc by Drift Creek
    Those look pretty nice, any local retailers carry them?


    Not that I have found. I am still trying to figure that out. I was lucky enough to get mine through a “connection”.

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