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babs
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Sitka incinerator, lightweight not bulky a little pricey, lots of pockets, full length zips, best money i spent in a long time.

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Mike Bolin
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I have a set of Day One fleece bibs. The are lined and have a wind blocker lining too. I believe with all the options on the linings they are under $300. I have only worn them twice in 3 years because they are too warm for me here in Indiana. Yesterday is was 63 degrees, but I may need to drag them out with wind chills in the low teens for the next couple of weeks!

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indianalongbowshooter
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Cabelas Standhunter bibs, mine are super warm almost too warm for 30 deg.. all I wear underneath mine are a pair of polypro underwear, even when its down in the low 20`s.. can sit for 5-6 hrs.. have the Parka also.

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First lite Sanctuary bibs.

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mnbwhtr
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I like my Raven Wear.
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I have a set of Cabela's parka coat and bids it is 93% wool. It has windshear in both. And with merino wool Long underwear, I lasted about 3 1/2 hrs. in a tree stand, at 16 below. Sure did surprise me, they're nice and warm. I don't know if you can get them anymore I haven't seen them in the store lately. -33 merino wool is really good stuff.
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buckeyebowhunter
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Thanks for all the replies. The Cabelas stand Hunter still has my attention. And is priced fairly compared to some others I've seen.
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Ray Lyon
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I got a pair of Gray Wolf Woolen lined wool bib (but not insulated). No wind comes through and very warm. Love the full length leg zippers and double fabric butt. Side sash pockets are deep and warm. Very nice workmanship and the came in ASAT Brown camo. Definitely an investment at $450, however I have my Gray Wolf wool lined and insulated vest going on seven years and it’s like new. Good luck.

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I have given my Asbell bibs a good workout this season, and they have been as warm as I need them to be. My prior bibs were Filson, I like the GFA version much better. Not only are they very affordable, but ergonomically they are laid out just the way I want them. Zippers and pockets in all the right places. Made right here in Michigan by a great contributor to traditional archery, Teresa Asbell.
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I have some arctic shield. Really warm but seems like to me they are kind of noisy. Hasn’t been cold enough for me to wear them in 3 years. I’ll have to check em this weekend cause it’s gonna be lows in the 20’s here. Brutal for central ms. Lol

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northener
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Wool for me also, Bemidji woolen mills.

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Biggie Hoffman
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Are the Cabelas bibs QUIET?

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KSdan
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Biggie- DEAD quiet. Not just quiet. Its wool. Body mapped with strategic high-end insulation in different areas. Lining DEAD quiet. Full length leg zips. Strategic pockets.

The parka is crazy good design too. Thigh length with unbelievable pockets, pit zips and a incorporated hand muff that is crazy warm.

I am telling you guys- I know of nothing like this Cabelas set out there. And I am quite familiar with most everything else mentioned. The only con is the weight, and frankly it can be too warm to walk in. But even that has been taken into consideration as it is designed to roll up and carry. I have friends using the set for sub zero ALL DAY, DEAD quiet sits in the Dakotas and late season. For teens to 40 degrees I wore nothing but base layers for all day sits this season.

Dan in KS

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pdk25
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Too bad they don't make tall bibs.
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KSdan
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pdk- I am 6'4" and all in my circle are over 6' and 210+#. They fit us well.

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If we're not supposed to eat animals ... how come they're made out of meat? ~anon

Bears can attack people- although fewer people have been killed by bears than in all WWI and WWII combined.

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