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Sam

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does any body use a Nomad "3 season smock" i im already pretty covinced but want to know about if you use them and how tough they are( i already have a swannie but its too small) the man on the stand was covinced i wanted the most expensicve "fleece" on the market however this is not going to be used as a awful weather coat, more as a drizzly roestalking coat, when its tool warm fr the big coat yet to cold for a fllece
 

hunterscabin

Well-Known Member
sam
i sell the entire range of nomad clothing from what you have written i would sugest either the hooded smock or the quad rider which can have either the hood or without
if you want prices please get in touch
cheers

stev hunter
 

Sam

Well-Known Member
i would buy ether those but being fifteen i dont think my paper round would fund it :/ i think about £150's my limit
 

rogern

Active Member
I've used Nomad Coat & trousers for 7 years now, other than an initial problem with the tape on the trousers they are brilliant.

Light as a feather and the warmest driest stuff you'll get imo
 

amber243

Member
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one word for it fantastic i got the coat and the bib n drace which is amazing warmest thing ever and ive got loads of shooting clothes and this is simply the best
 

Paul 600

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I have the hooded smock and the breeks, They are excellent! I have used them on the hill, in the woods and for wildfowling :lol:

Great bit of kit although I do use a bum bag when stalking as this means i can carry everything without the use of a Roe sack.
 

Amberdog

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Take on a second paperround i use the breeks and smock can be too warm in the summer no i only wear the breeks in the summer!!!! can't over recomend the stuff
amberdog
 
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