Customer Reviews Of:
Browning Dirty Bird Timber Wader Jacket - Waterproof (For Men)
Closeouts. Optimized for waterfowl hunting, Browning's Dirty Bird Timber Wader jacket features Pre-Vent® waterproof breathable fabric and a shorter, wader-friendly length that keeps it above the waterline.
Average Rating based on 5 reviews 3.600000 0 5
Reviewed by H7HT Expert from N. Idaho on Tuesday, July 12, 2016I'm 6' 185#, and there is more room than I can possibly use below the chest. I end up layering pretty big in the middle of January, and this is still much too large with a thick fleece and a down insulator. The magnetic pockets are awesome, but due to the size of the waist I have to pull the flap about 10" before I get enough resistance to open them one handed. I'm pretty stoked on the layout, features and quality though, so I'm going to try and go down to a medium. The hood is pretty awkward too, the flaps that button on the front are pretty pesky if you have the hood up, but not buttoned. When the hood is down, the flaps go all the way to the shoulders. I think most people will pull the hood off when they aren't using it.
I would buy this jacket if you are 6' or a little taller, and have a bit of a pooch. Super nice jacket for the right person.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Puddle jumper from WI on Wednesday, April 27, 2016I have four Browning hunting jackets all XL. This jacket must be a 6XL even though it says XL on the tag
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Larry from NC on Thursday, March 17, 2016Great quality as always with Browning. This jacket is all you could need. Plenty of pockets. Hood and definitely waterproof. A bit loud for deer hunting but it will not be worn except in bad weather. True to size. Plenty of room for underlayers.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Manoflaw from North Carolina on Wednesday, January 27, 2016Great fit. Good quality. Looks good. Half the price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Me from Mississippi Delta on Sunday, December 13, 2015I will start by saying I am a slender guy (5'10" - 150lbs). I typically wear a small or medium depending on the brand and fit. I ordered the Medium to account for layering and my waders, but evidently Browning had already done that and for a much rounder man than me. I clearly should have ordered a small based on the arm length of the sleeves, but this thing has so much extra room in the torso there is no way a small could be so much smaller that it wouldn't still be way too big in the torso area for myself. So I returned it and I'm debating trying the the standard Browning DB Timber Rain Jacket in a small.
That said if you are a huskier fellow. The quality of the jacket is top notch. I obviously didn't get to test it in the field, but it is well made, looks great, plenty of pockets, good zippers, and not too heavy. Probably a good range of motion too if you don't have a bunch of extra material swashing around.