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Morwax

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Have you ever tried wool.. its warm, dry and breathable. Been around a while too
 

Puck it

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Is it wabbit season already?

 

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I have Johnson woolens pants (made in VT) don't knock em til you tried em. Nothing better sitting on a wet/frozen chair. Or sitting on a stump waiting for Bambi.
 

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Not that I wear them skiing but for an everyday spring jacket there's nothing better than a wool CPO. I've bought a few from Johnson Mill but have found others to be higher quality. The last one I bought from Johnson Mill faded from the sunlight. Johnson Mill is close to Smuggs if anyone is interested in going there.
 

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+1 regarding the Johnson wool. Great for late season hunts, one of the few materials that keeps you warm when wet. Not the best for windy environments though so I imagine he wasn't a happy camper on the chairlift.

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