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    SKRE Gear?

    Anyone have opinions on the newer company SKRE? Today I ordered the Hardscrabble jacket to test out chasing MT mulies in a few weeks. I'm a little over 6'1 and around 185-190lb. I wanted a more athletic fit so I ordered a Large, which was strange since last year I weighed around 215 so was wearing XL in everything with a tighter fit. I was told SKRE gear runs small but really would rather it be slightly small than too big. Just hope I can still layer somewhat.


    Anyone have experience with their gear? Thanks!

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    I think they started up in 2016 and wanted to compete at lower price points with first lite, sitka, and kuiu. I've been eyeing their stuff a lot lately with how unavailable Kuiu is and how much a first lite system runs. I guess I'll find out more in a few weeks.

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    Not sure about the gear but the co-founder got one heck of a buck this year...

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    I really like the hardscrabble pants and coat and the mad trapper hoody. It's my favorite hunting clothing I've got now.

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    I have the hard scrabble pants and the merino bottoms. The pants are very similar to Kuiu attacks but the material is more of a shell. Think Kuiu guide pants with out the fleece lining. I really have no issues with it?s performance. Durability is too soon to say but the construction looks just as nice as the top brands. The merino bottoms are cut skinny. Sewn well and stretch great. They have a tall waist band that I find comfortable. Customer service is great.

    They are new and don?t have everything but like dirtytough said they are my favorite right now.

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    The puffy worked great my partner got. Only thing it's missing is a hood.
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