Wild Hare Hydro-Elite Waterproof Shooting Jacket - Olive with Brown Distressed Leather

Wild Hare Hydro-Elite Waterproof Shooting Jacket - Olive with Brown Distressed Leather (WH-471L-OV)

4.79 stars, based on 14 reviews
The Wild Hare Hydro-Elite Shooting Jacket sets the bar high with these features:•Utilizes patented eVent DV Alpine Waterproof breathable membrane with Direct Venting™ technology•The 100% nylon outer shell with water repellent finish is strong and...
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The most amazing shooting jacket that I’ve ever owned!! I had my eyes on it ever since I purchased my shooting vest from you and wish I would have bought it sooner. Roomy and comfortable.

AWESOME

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  • Detail and design were awesome
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<p>Great quality jacket </p><p>I like the thought put into the design and features , looks to have been designed by a veteran shooter and the price was very reasonable</p>

Boston, Ma

Excellent product

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Very happy with my purchase, keeps me dry.

Great Jacket, sizing caution

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This jacket fits snugly across the waist. I took a Large off the rack, perfect across the shoulders but too snug at the waist. An XL is too loose across the shoulders but OK at the waist. If you don't have an athletic build I would try before buying if possible. I'm wearing the XL because, despite the fit issue, it looks like the best wet weather shooting jacket on the market.

NC, USA

Great Shooting Jacket

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This is a great shooting jacket. Roomy pockets for lots of shells, good ventilation under arms using zippers, cuffs for wind AND for gloves!

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