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Thinking about going up to Saskatchewan after a massive trophy whitetail? Or maybe you're planning a late-season hunt? You're going to want our Stand Hunter Extreme Series of hunting outerwear. No, you're going to need it. Engineered for extreme cold, the coveralls are made of Cabela's Wooltimate™ fabric, which is extremely quiet yet exceptionally warm. Thinsulate™ Platinum Insulation offers a unique blend of warmth and reduced bulk. By varying the weights of the insulation, we created warm-weather outerwear that works with you to keep you warm and mobile. With a well-insulated core, adding extra insulation throughout the sleeves would just add extra bulk. Therefore, we used 150-gram insulation to cut down the size and add extra mobility. On top of that, we put in articulated elbows and knees and a low-bulk cuff design. When the torso is insulated, there is greater flow of warm blood to your outer extremities, such as your fingers or toes. Wrapping your body in 200-gram superior-insulating Thinsulate Platinum keeps you warm from head to toe. Your core temperature is largely controlled by the spinal column. That's why we've put 500-gram insulation in the seat and 300-gram insulation down the spine and through the kidneys. The hood features 100-gram insulation. The coveralls stuff into a rear pack pocket with a carry strap so you can pack them in to avoid overheating while walking. Rear interior heater pack pockets in kidney area. Fleece-lined handwarmer pockets. Two front zipper pockets. One rear zippered pocket. Adjustable and detachable hood. Detachable handwarmer muff. Leg zips to midthigh. Dual storm flap on front opening. Imported. Inseam: 30". Sizes: M-3XL. Camo patterns: Cabela's Outfitter Camo™ , Cabela's Zonz™ Woodlands .
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is this coverall waterproof?

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The Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme series are not waterproof. They are designed for extremely cold temperatures.
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If it's raining out, it's going to be too warm to wear the standhunter anyway. I wore it in very heavy snowfalls and i stayed warm and perfectly dry. Its heavy though, so if it soaks up the rain you won't be happy. It'll be a long walk back to the truck.
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No. If U want water proof look at waders as an option, but understand u sweat in them! Condensation & Perspiration are key factors to consider.
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The cloth appears to have a waterproof finish or coating
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No but it will resist water decently well in a light drizzle for a couple hours. I would not hunt in them or use them in driving rain. If they would get wet, they would be almost unbearably heavy....30lbs or more I'm sure....and would take days to thoroughly dry without a hot air dryer (prob not recommended). If you are wearing them when it's raining rather than snowing it is prob too warm to be wearing them anyway.
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Are they to bulky for bowhunting?

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Freedom of movement is good,very quiet,a little bulky but should work well with crossbow.
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I've used the stand hunter extreme for late season bowhunting for the past two seasons. No issues. Very quiet and VERY warm. Plenty of room to draw a bow without restriction. Too bulky for stalking deer on the ground, but they're perfect if you're sitting in a stand.

The only thing is the camo pattern is not a high definition pattern, so for late season, I throw on a pair of thin/uninsulated patterned snow coverup camo's.

Worth the money. Easily the warmest and most comfortable camo you will find.
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A bit bulky in legs, but not the chest or forearm were it matters for bow hunting.
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I would say that they are not too bulky if you get the correct size. I bought XL and I'm 5"
'11" and 210 lbs... This size doesn't allow me to layer too much but gives me plenty of warmth and freedom of movement
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I bought the XXL size even though I could have fit into an XL. These are very bulky but I have practiced drawing my bow and can do it OK. I think they are fine if you practice shooting your bow with them on. If I was going to use them as a dedicated late season bow hunting coverall (which I don't) I would buy the size that fit me comfortably snug to make sure drawing the bow wasn't an issue. Good luck...these are great for sitting in the very cold.
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how much does this outfit weigh

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The Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls (IK-933189) weigh 9.45 lbs for the Medium, 10.05 lbs for the Large, 10.45 lbs for the XL, 10.9 lbs for the 2XL, and 11.2 lbs for the 3XL.
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they are heavy I carry them to my tree and put them on but they will keep you warm
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If you ever wear winter wool set this is I think the same. Thats why name for this set is Stand Hunter - that means that you wont move for a long range ( I think)
I have this suit and use them on game , weather when was -20 on Celcius degree I was on line in the forest , so almost with no wind and I have only 1 base layers but heavy polartec and fleece vest with heavy pack boots.
And I was stay without any moves about hour and this is was very comfortable I must say and I recomended it for you.
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I weighed my XL with my bow scale at 10.5 lbs...heavy but warm!
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What is that brown and strap on the back of coveralls?

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The Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls, item # IK-933189, are designed to pack into themselves. The strap is designed to carry the coveralls when packed.
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It's the strap for the built in carry bag.
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This is the carry strap that is attached to the integrated carry sack that zips into the back of the coveralls. The strap zips into that integrated sack when the coveralls are in use and you cannot see it or feel it. It is pretty slick, really.
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Whats that brown area on the back of the coveralls?

In the one picture of the back where is shows the solid brown material, is that always visible like that, or is that the stuff pocket and is only visible if you unzip a zipper or something when utilizing it ?
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The Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls, item # IK-933189, has a pack bag that is able to be pulled out to pack the coveralls into. The brown bag and strap will stow into a zipper on the back when not in use.
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it is the bag that the suit stuffs into. it is not visible unless you unzip it and pull the bag out.
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The pictures show the integrated brown stuff sac (attached permanently to the back of coverall). When the coveralls are in use, the sac zips closed into the back and you cannot see it or feel it. It is quite a slick system, really. I love my coveralls partly for this integrated stuff sac.
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what size would be recommended for me @5'6"and 200 lbs. with a bigger chest with layering? Also does this suit have any scent-lok or some type of odor

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Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls, item # IK-933189 have no scent control. AT 5-6" the 30" inseam might be a little long but not enough to make them un useable. The larger of your chest or waist dimensions is what you need to match to the sizing chart. The product research tab on the web page will show you the measurements.
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It has no scent-loc and is odorless. I wear one layer of scentloc underneath one top of a good polar weight base layer to "trap" my body odor.
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I'm 5'6" and 175. I bought the xlg and they are comfy. Your not gonna need but an under layer maybe two, but I doubt it. I don't think it has scent control, I wear my under armor base layers, for scent control, and then the coveralls. And it was a cold winter, but these things keep ya warm! I'd suggest a size up if you really think you'll need more than a layer or two, but again I don't think ya will!
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I'm 5'-8", 170lbs. NOt sure if I should get a M or LG? Does it come with the muff?

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Please view the link below to determine which size of the Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls, item number IK-933189, would fit you best.

http://www.cabelas.com/custserv/cus...
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Definitely the Medium. I am 5'8" 180, and go the medium..it binds just a little, but I wouldn't want it a whole size bigger.
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Are these windproof?

Do these coveralls have a windsheer lining or some equivalent in them?
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The Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls,item number IK-933189, are not windproof.
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No, that is why they are so quiet for bow hunting. I have yet to find a windsheer, dry plus, gortex, type lining that does not make noise when drawing back with a bow. The colder it is the worse the noise.
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I'm 6'-1" and 250 lbs. Is a XL big enough?

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The Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls, item # IK-933189, have a 30" inseam. Please view the link below to determine which size will fit you best.

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XL will not be big enough for you. I am 5' 10" and 205 lbs, and the XL is just big enough. If I want to layer underneath, I would need the XXL.
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What size to allow a little layering? I'm 6' tall 185 lbs fairly athletic build.

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The Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls, item # IK-933189, are designed to be layered under. It is recommended to purchase your normal size. Please refer to the sizing chart below.
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I'm 6'0 tall 185 lbs and I bought XL Regular. You need minimal layering underneath..a polar weight underwear and a thin/med weight second layer. At this size I do find the shoulders a little snug to slide into but once I have them on they fit perfect.
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Are these coveralls too bulky to use while climbing with a Summit 180 climbing tree stand?

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The Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls, item number IK-933189, will not be to bulky to use with a climbing tree stand.
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That depends on you...your health, your physical condition, flexibility, strength, etc. , and if you size it correctly. Any outer layer will be too bulky if your underlayments are too bulky.
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What is the main zipper made out of?

Is it a nylon or metal zipper?
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The Cabela's Stand Hunter Extreme Insulated Coveralls, item IK-933189, have a vislon zipper in for the main closure.
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I am 6'3" 290 pounds with a bit of a gut will these coveralls work in the 3xl?

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