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Cabela's coat detail.

The vest is available in women’s sizes S-2XL. The 2XL sells for $54.95 and the others at $49.95; colors are either tan or a tan/blaze combo.

Cabela’s Upland Tradition Coat

An updated, attractive, feature-loaded version of a three season, traditional, upland field coat is offered by Cabela’s. From its brown, pinwale corduroy collar to the quilt stitched yoke - and elbow patches, the details mark this one as a new classic... destined to be a favorite.

Additional features include: a pair of bellows pockets with five elastic shell holders in each, lined hand warmer pockets, faux tortoise buttons, grommets that allow for underarm ventilation, a shooting bellows-styled back, an easy load - dual front access - expandable game bag with nylon lining and zip open cleaning... plus hunting license grommets.

This coat comes in either solid tan or a tan/blaze combination in women’s sizes S-2XL. It is priced at $79.95 for 2XL and $69.95 for other sizes.

Browning vest and pant.
Shirt by Zabell, gloves are L.L.Bean.

Browning has just released their new "For Her" line of women’s hunting apparel. They are constructed from an unique combination of natural cotton paired with next generation, man-made fabrics. With the same attention to detail, style, quality, and function as is found in their men’s upland clothing, Browning has expertly tailored them to fit a woman, beautifully.

Browning For Her Upland Vest

The combination of washable Repel-Tex waxed cotton and 100% cotton canvas has resulted in a highly durable vest with a distinctive appearance.

Browning’s ammo pocket design is innovative. Each of the two front pockets have elastic holders to accommodate a dozen shotgun shells. These elastic holders are stitched to a sturdy, attatched flap that can be brought to the outside for quick, easy access to your shells - or it can remain inside. The back side of the ammo flaps have two snaps which will fasten it securely to the front of the pocket. The large pocket top flap can be snapped into an upright, open position.

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