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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

A New Company I just ran across looks interesting, thought I would share with you

Ran across these vests while searching around and thought i would share. Made in The United States of America!

WingWorks offers serious bird hunters a heavy duty upgrade of the versatile strap-style upland wingshooting vest.

Originally developed by chukar hunters in the high-desert Northwest, WW Vests feature a weight bearing waist belt, 100 oz. plus water capacity and restriction-free movement for walking and shooting.

They accomodate the layered clothing approach to the variety of weather encountered in fall hunting conditions. Durable Cordura and Ballistic Cloth construction, simple adjustments, exceptional load capacity and small body footprint set WingWorks apart from the rest.

Built to hold up to hard use day after day, in a variety of climates and terrain. Questions? Try info@wingworks.biz

Khaki VestKhaki/Blaze Vest
WingWorks Khaki Tan Harness VestWing Works Khaki Tan BackWingWorks Vest Blaze with Tan HarnessWingworks Orange Vest Back

1 comment:

Rafael said...

This is gorgeous!

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