Cabela's Lightweight Coverup Parka

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Cabela's Lightweight Coverup Parka -
Designed by Canadian outfitters who spend a great deal of time pursuing game in snow, our Lightweight Coverup parka makes a perfect addition to your hunting outerwear. It's available in our exclusive Seclusion 3D® Winter pattern or white. Cut from rugged 7-ounce cotton twill, it easily compacts for storage, yet will stand up to seasons of abuse. The parka has elastic cuffs to stop drafts, as well as slash pockets, a zippered front and a hood with drawstring. Imported.
Chest sizes: M-3XL.
Color/Camo pattern: White, Seclusion 3D® Winter.
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Cabela's Lightweight Coverup Parka Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Excellent camo

This is excellent winter camo for central NY coyote hunting. It does a very good job of blending in well with the brushy conditions of this terrain. The sizing is such that it fits well over heavy clothing.
methinks at Cabelas on 01/09/2012

Good cover up camo

I bought this to slip over my winter gear for hunting. Works great, if it snows all I gotta do is pull this over my woodland thick gear & go.
Zombiehunter89 at Cabelas on 12/13/2013

Negative Reviews:

Know what you are getting ahead of time

Ok, I have now worn this jacket and the associated pant combo and can give some better feedback. I wore this on a breezy 28 degree (F) day while cross-country skiing in a local park. Underneath, I only had on a t-shirt, skivies, sweat pants and heavy sweat shirt. My concern (as usual with cross-country skiiing) was not to overheat and sweat too much while moving. With the above combo, I was very comfortable while skiing and even remained so when I stopped periodically. The jacket/pants seem to provide a limited degree of wind-proofing as I remained very comfortable in the breezy conditions. The only time I was uncomfortable was when I sat down in the snow. The matarial is definitely not waterproof (or anything close to water-repellant for that matter) and the cold from the snow/ground quickly worked its way into my body from all points in contact with the ground/snow. You will definitely need to have some waterproof/insullating layers on underneath these coverups if you intend to hunt off the ground in the winter. As you see, I downgraded my rating from 3 to 2 from my initial impressions. Here is a summary of the noted issues that drove that downgrade: These are light-weight coverups intended to go over your normal warmer hunting clothing in the winter. However, they are impractical as an outer shell because they have no openings to access gear you have have stored in pockets underneath. This necessitates taking things off every time you need to reach a pocket. The two included pockets on the jacket (there are none on the pants) would be impracticle for relaibly storing anyting, and are basic light hand-warmers at best. There are basic drawstrings at the top of the pants (the only thing holding them up) and at the bottom of the jacket. They are functional, but nothing fancy and I will include suspenders to ensure my pants stay up when wearing mine. There is no drawstring at the cuff of the pant legs and no other way to reliably cinch the legs up in snowy conditions, beyond perhaps blowsing the pant legs in your boots. These coverups are intended to be baggy so you can wer over a variety of cloths. Wish they had velcro cinches or something similiar on the torso so you could take some of the baggyness out if not wear so many layers on a particular day. As I mentioned before, the "seculsion 3D open country" pattern is much more repetitive and darker/denser than I tkhought based upon the origional online picture. The pattern needs to be thinned out by at least 50% and randomized more to be effective in my opinion. I've changed my opinion of these coverups and would probably return them for something else if I hadn't alredy worn them. Know what you are getting before you purchase them and definitly don't pay full price.
EKbrook at Cabelas on 12/10/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Not perfect, but suitable for the sale price.

Let me start by saying that I have not worn this gear or the associated pants hunting yet... Just received it. However my impression upon opening the package and putting the pants and jacket together is that the pattern is not nearly as random as it appears in the online pictures. In fact, the pattern is very repetitive, (the included "seclusion 3-D" logo stamps making it look even more so). The overall impression is much darker than I anticipated and appears to just be machine stamped with no attempt to randomize the pattern at all. I expect that this will be adequate for my winter hunting purposes and may actually provide decent cover if in small thickets or brush, but will not be nearly as effective in open country. I'm sure if I combine this outfit with some leafy break up winter camouflage I already have it will more than suffice for my needs, but I'm glad I didn't pay full price for these items.
As far as size goes, they are baggy, but these are thin shells meant to be worn over heavy winter clothing, so the sizing appears adequate/appropriate to me. Included drawstrings help to cinch both top and pants up for a more secure fit.
I'll likely keep this set since I got them on sale. Just be aware of what you are getting if ordering and don't pay full price for them. The sale price I paid seems fair for what I received.
EKbrook at Cabelas on 12/04/2013