Closeouts. Browning offers their ultimate in weather protection, and we offer our ultimate deal with the waterproof Quest jacket, featuring a lightweight, waterproof breathable Gore-Tex® soft shell construction to keep you dry and comfortable in the worst weather.
Gore-Tex® waterproof breathable membrane
Fully taped seams
Backpack-friendly design eliminates bulk and provides easy access to pockets
Roll-away Gore-Tex® PacLite®- lined storm hood with drawcord
Handwarmer pockets with upper and lower section separated by internal zipper
Adjustable, lightweight laminated tricot cuffs with molded touch-fasten tabs
Reviewed by mntnmatt36 from Alaska on Wednesday, November 13, 2013
I am 6' tall, 220 lbs and have a 32" inseam. I am not overly muscular. I tried a size xlarge and I couldn't even get my legs in the pants. I tried the xxlarge and my legs and butt fit but I couldn't step up as if stepping over a tree or climbing. I tried the 3xlarge and they fit my legs and butt and I had enough room around the waist for me and my hunting partner. Basically same problem with the jacket, 3xlarge to fit in the arms and shoulders. If you are a big fat guy with tooth pick legs and arms this outfit will be perfect for you. If you are a normally sized, non-freakish, person fagetaboutit! Outfit is made of the highest quality materials. However, if it doesn't fit what does it matter how it's made.
Reviewed by JNich from Coastal NC on Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Ordered an XL and had to send it back for a larger size. Using it for duck hunting in NC, where in the early season, temperatures are routinely in the 70's. I am 6'-3", 215 lbs and there was little give in the material and chest was tight - normally an XL is perfect. Ended up getting a 3XL so I can add layers underneath - fits well. Appears to be good quality, used today for duck hunting in the rain with temps in the 70s. Kept me dry, though a bit warm. Side zips help with heat and allow you to get to wader shell pockets. No cargo pockets on jacket, but side pockets are large.
Reviewed by The Bone Collector from Mi on Friday, September 28, 2012
This is a very well built jacket, may be the nicest outer shell that I have seen. Although, keep in mind that it's an outer shell and designed to be worn by itself in warmer wheather but, needs to part of a layer system for colder wheather. It has nicely sized sleeves for archery. This may be a problem if, you have very large forarms. The inside of the jacket has very light fleece like material, not just rubbery or plastic like most rain gear. This makes it comfortable to wear without anything under it. It also has pit zipps for ventilation. I am 6'1" and 200lbs. I originally had a 2XL but, felt it was a little too big. The XL is a better fit for me but, if you have thick under layers, may want to go a size up from your normal jacket size. Great jacket definitely worth the cost at this price.