Cabela's Zonz Gore-Tex Mt050 Extreme Weather Coveralls - Tall

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Cabela's Zonz Gore-Tex Mt050 Extreme Weather Coveralls - Tall -
There is a no better system for hunting in extreme cold. These coveralls include everything you need for hunting in the worst winter weather. The soft-as-fleece, tough-as-nails MT050 shell is made with 100% waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX® Performance Shell fabric. A state-of-the-art lamination process produces a shell that repels rain, snow and ground moisture better than anything on the market. And all seams are taped and cross-taped at critical points for 100% waterproof dependability. 200-gram Thinsulate™ Supreme Insulation in the body, 150 grams in the sleeves and 100 grams in the hood. Long two-way leg zippers with snap-close storm flaps for easy on and off over layers. Seven-pocket design includes two lined handwarmer pockets on the chest, two vertical pockets at the waist, two rear pockets and an internal security pocket. All pockets zip closed. Imported.
Camo pattern:Realtree AP™.
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Cabela's Zonz Gore-Tex Mt050 Extreme Weather Coveralls - Tall Reviews:

Positive Reviews:


I ordered these coveralls a week ago and wore them out to bow hunt this past weekend the material was quiet and warm. Its started out around 29 degrees, damp from the rain the night before, the kept me dry and comfortable all day and i only had on base layers and a pair of camo jeans. I was a little skeptical about the price but they are worth every penny. I knew they would be warm, my only concern was being able to draw my bow back with out any interference and it was never an issue. Im 5-8" and 242 pounds I went with an xl tall and i had more then enough room if i wanted to throw an extra layer on
SMS1981 at Cabelas on 11/19/2013

What a great find.

For waterproof coveralls, these were exceptionally quiet. Most of these materials are noisy so I knew that I had to have these when I first found them in the store. I know that several reviews complained about weight but, for the outstanding warmth they offer, they are actually fairly light. Plus, the internal suspenders seem to cut the weight in half once you put them on. I have been climbing mountains for almost 30 years and can appreciate high warmth to weight ratio. I consider these to be an exceptional find.
climbeur at Cabelas on 01/07/2014

MT050 3X Tall

Bought these for a friend who is a large man 6'4 280lbs.They fit him but not much room for a sweater.He has wore them in -25c and they kept him comfortable.I
was surprised how light they were.Only wish is that they came in white snow camo for our canadian November hunts.Very pleased with this purchase.
Alfgotlucky at Cabelas on 01/24/2013

Negative Reviews:

needs improvement

For the price, I thought it should be perfect. It wasn't. The inside material is not slippery, this makes it somewhat difficult to get on and off. Moving around, even while sitting, was uncomfortable as the material would grab my shirt. The hood is huge, I could put on 2 hats with room to spare. Granted I dont have a big melon but this hood seems to be made for Sasquatch. One of the elastic cords on the hood failed trying to adjust the fit. After sitting in the deer stand for hours the mind tends to wander. I find myself thinking "why cant anyone make a hood that works?" The side of the hood should not extend beyond the eyes and it should move with your head. If a deer would sneak up from the side or behind I would have no choice but to turn my whole body, probably spooking the deer in the process. To pay that much and not use the hood seemed silly. They should offer the hood as an option. I didn't care for the snaps on the leg zip flaps, maybe a double zip system would be better. The fit is slim, which would have been fine for me if I could have moved freely. So you "big" guys may not have much room in the middle.
mncold at Cabelas on 12/25/2013