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post #31 of 38
Originally Posted by wetnose View Post
I've been mulling over this e-vent shell from Montane, based in the UK - anyone heard of it?

Montane make serious hiking gear rather than outdoors fashion. It's a decent jacket - lightweight but with tough enough shoulders for a back pack (assuming they haven't changed the specs recently).

This might be a cheaper source:
post #32 of 38
For all your needs:
post #33 of 38
Originally Posted by mystillwater View Post
If you really use the stuff you learn to pick and choose the stuff because many brands make good stuff but none head-to-toe.

i like Danner for boots (mountian light IIs), patagonia and outdoor research for clothes, arcteryx for packs. orvis or patagonia for fly-fishing stuff. ll bean and barbour for non-technical outdoor stuff. but i've got stuff from most of the major manufacterers.
Danner Boots for sure - especially the Mountain Lights. Danner is made in Portland, Oregon. They've become quite popular in Japan (they even have a Japanese website ) which probably helped fuel renewed interest for the brand in the U.S.
post #34 of 38
Personally Filson and Columbia make darn good products, both of which have life time warranties on their products. I had a Columbia hunting jacket that I used and used hard for around 14 years. Crawling through mud, sitting out in snow storms and rain, etc.. The jacket finally began to break down about a year and a half ago. sent it into Columbia for repairs and they gave me a brand new jacket which was valued at $400.

Winchester .243 is the worlds greatest rifle. Need more stopping power? Remington Model 700 30-06 or a Weatherby .300 magnum. Browning Auto-5 shotgun. H&K or Glock 9mm.

Browning Auto-5 = fantastic shotgun a lot better than the Browning Auto Gold they have now.
I'm more of a fan of the 308. Winchester myself.
post #35 of 38
Are there any brands out there like polerstuff but not made in china?
post #36 of 38

If the real question behind all this is "What can I wear so I can look 'professional', I guess it depends on whom you do wanna impress. If you want to impress some 15 years old, expensive brands you find everywhere are ok; if you want to impress a pro, you may go deeper but be aware that if all you wear is brand new (like tags and all) you might still look like a noob. PS. for me North Face and Wolfskin work just fine; Salewa, Mammut, Berghaus also (and lots of others, even no name). I guess that in the end is a matter of choice; if it were a test for shoes for ex and with brand A you could go 1000 miles and brand B 1001 and brand C 999 what would you choose ? at what cost ? would you then consider other factors ? like aesthetics, comfort  etc. ?  Cheers. 

post #37 of 38
limmer boots.
post #38 of 38

If you looking for sunglasses for hiking, we would suggest Maui Jim or maybe some Oakleys will be a good fit for you.


Edited by eyeheartshades - 9/23/15 at 12:26pm
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