Nomad clothing

minihev

Member
Hi everyone I am looking to buy a nomad hooded smock. Does anybody know if they are any good or should I go for the riverswest field pro smock?
 

deerstalker.308

Well-Known Member
Bypass all and move straight to a swazi tahr, you won't regret it, and trust me, having just recently bought one, the costs of importing them are nothing close to any of the tax calculator websites, the bill on entering the uk was about £30, and the jacket is brilliant.
 

Tikka

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I have both the Nomad Quad Smock and the Riverswest Field Smock. The Nomad wins hands down on warmth, waterproof and quality. (In my opinion).
 

chrisc

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don't both save your money there is better performing gear out there , sold my last items at flee bay.
 

mudman

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I have had a Nomad coat for about four years now. Great piece of kit. 100% waterproof, non rustle, very warm.
 

chiron

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Had Nomad plus 4s for three years would never wear anything else Bought hooded smock lst year and spent spent 3 days on the hill in driving snow dry and toasty. Only complant is lack of pockets but love it.
 

flipflop

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I've got a stealth tweed smock and plus 4s - expensive but great on the hill in poor weather
 

alan

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NOMAD
Got the smock and plus fours.
had the smock for three years, plus fours for just a couple of months.
spot on both of them. No complaints at all.
Alan
 

jb7x57

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5 years use of pants smock and coat never had a problem always dry in any weather good kit. I believe they are now doing a smock with more pockets
 

Klenchblaize

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Bypass all and move straight to a swazi tahr, you won't regret it, and trust me, having just recently bought one, the costs of importing them are nothing close to any of the tax calculator websites, the bill on entering the uk was about £30, and the jacket is brilliant.
Yep, as long as you're not of the fraternity that simply cannot take to the woods unless attired in fully Woodlore (Ray Mears) endorsed apparel that’s the way to go.
;)
K
 

tackb

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Yep, as long as you're not of the fraternity that simply cannot take to the woods unless attired in fully Woodlore (Ray Mears) endorsed apparel that’s the way to go.
;)
K
swazi is great gear but you need to get a ray mears version for the extra pocket unfortunatley!
 

geoshot

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I have the hooded quad smock in light green and the plus fours in olive, they are two of the best bits of kit which I have ever bought.
Comfortable, practical. quiet, wind & waterproof. Expensive, but - in my opinion - worth every penny.
I wish I had heard of the company years ago.
 

Klenchblaize

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I'm sure they will all be represented at both the North and South Game Fair so one may at least 'feel' the quality or otherwise.

Might be a deal to be done too that would ease the entry fee pain?

K
 

Glenbuck

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What's everyone's thoughts on the Ridgeline gear? I have a smock but not had the chance to try it out fully. Cheers.
 

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