Rain gear

Rwb7380

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Looking for some high end rain gear for an upcoming Alaska hunt. Thinking kuiu Yukon or first lite seak, but open to other suggestions. Any thoughts?
 

Morris65Hunt

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I can't say much cause I'm looking for clothes myself, but what I do know is that I might have found the right backpack, for me at least. https://popular.reviews/best-hiking-backpacks/#6_WASING_55L_Internal_Frame It's water-resistant and seems quite ok when it comes to how much stuff I can put in it. Looking for boots too at the moment, have my heart set on some Timberland boots I saw a friend wearing, will look for them online. Good luck, pal!
 

sp6x6

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Ive run the kuiu chugach,and it seemed good bowhunting here. On my trips to AK I had no $,had some kind off yellow commercial type,was good for rain,and waves crashing over our 16' smokercraft on inside passage.
 

lancetkenyon

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I have a couple sets of Kuiu rain gear. While I have not hunted in multiple day downpour conditions, I have hunted in continuous rain for 10+ hours and stayed dry.

I have two sets of Kuiu Yukon (and I wear the pants during snow hunting as an outer layer all hunt long during late seasons), and a set of Chugach for warmer weather wet hunting.
 

bbckfh

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Not that I’m biased, but Kuiu. I’m selling one, but only to replace it with the same in a larger size. I’m keeping the Kuiu Kutana rain pants - they’re great.
 

03USMC

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I’m using the KUIU Chugach set as I wanted some stretch to it for easy movement
 
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