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You bet. They are going to have fleece hoodies, pullovers, shirts, pants, and waders in our new Buck Brush camo pattern this year. If you check out your Macks catalog look at page 84, 85, 107, and 112. Also they should have all of this on their web site.

I really like the new Buck Brush and have gotten a chance to see a bunch of it and have a little of it now. Its gonna be a killer in the woods.
 

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Gonna get some and try it out in the deer woods. Don't even have to wonder if it'll be good for duck. They don't have anything but headwear and gloves on the mpw site.
 

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BB is great but I really like the Marsh Grass!!! I hunt more fields or cattail sloughs than true timber and nearly all of the other "grass" type patterns are too damn light!!!

Having said that... I did buy a new ball cap and tee in KW-1... I like it.. gonna use it bowhunting in a sage patch in a couple of weeks....... It looks good! Not real practical for me but I like it.
 

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snyde,

I like the marsh grass pattern better than ony of the other patterns we have coming out this year. I do like Buck Brush but I dont get a chance to hunt that much timber but most of what we do hunt is cattail sloughs and the Marsh Grass is absolutely dead on!!

The KW-1 is nice but for me its a little bright for where I hunt. You should see it in a corn field, or rice field though. Amazing. :eek:

I'll see what pics I can come up with to post of the new camo patterns in the field.
 

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I've put the Marsh Grass on my Christmas list this year!!!

It just plain looks like old, wet, cat-tails, stubble and other "grasses" that have been submerged or saturated!!!

It ain't gonna make the "fashion hunters" to-buy list.... but it ought to be hell-on-wheels for field hunters!!!

And for what it's worth... I'm glad to see someone taking on Mossy Oak and Realtree/Advantage for the "waterfowl" patterns.

The MO Duckblind looks like sh-t everywhere I've seen it....(JMO guys.. I haven't been everywhere)... and the MAX-4 is as good of an all-around "duck pattern" as I've seen.... but if you hunt in limited places day in and day out... one really good matching pattern can make a difference in how well you ae hidden and how much movement you can get by with. I think MG is gonna be the dope for folks who want to hide in open fields... rather than those who want to look cool!!!
 
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