Pro’s Picks | Use what the professionals use. Los Ombues Lodge, Argentina
Nick Forrester - Owner, Forrester's Bighorn River Resort I have owned this vest for well over 10 years... Ultimate Upland Vest
James Ross, Chief Shooting Instructor and Upland Guide The fall bird hunting season here in New England is a much anticipated time of year for me. Nothing will ruin a good day’s hunt faster than wet brush pants. The Orvis Water Proof  Breathable Chaps were designed for this situation. I slip them on over my brush pants and away we go. The zippers at the cuffs make them extremely easy to slide over my boots and the waist straps were carefully thought out for the right fit. Staying dry and comfortable is important when you are putting in a long day in the field. Waxed cottons and other briar
resistant materials can be heavy, bulky and sweaty. The breathable material used in our chaps is lightweight and easy to wear and packs well for extended trips. Waterproof Breathable Chaps | Stay out in the field longer with our lightweight upland hunting chaps.
Jodi Hines, Willow Creek Kennels I love this belt. It is very durable, practical and classy looking too. I can fit about 8 pigeons or three pheasants in the bird bag portion and carry everything else I need for training in one of the smaller bags. It beats having to carry everything in a bag around my shoulder or be weighted down on a warm day with a vest. I would recommend this belt to anyone that likes to train their dogs, hunt, or shoot clays and would like easy access to their birds, shells, ear plugs, water, blank pistol, etc. Convertible Dove and Clay Belt | An ideal shotgun accessory for your hunting adventures.
Jeremy Lake, Castle Valley Outdoors I like the look of 'em. Fit great better that Carhartt pants and feel better, more comfortable than other comparable pants. The pants can handle the sage and greasewood found in our hunting fields in the high deserts of Utah. All of the stitching is good, even the bottoms. Best pant Orvis has for the desert country of Utah. Five-Pocket KHP Upland Briar Pants | The sharpest brambles are no match for our men's briar hunting pants.
Randy Corbett, Deer Creek Lodge The weather in Kentucky can be warm in early fall and add on top of that walking miles upon miles each and everyday my upland shirts were too hot. I switch to this shirt and was very pleased with the weight and durability of the shirt and I especially like the tabs that keep my sleeves up when it got really hot. This shirt is in my wardrobe to stay. Lightweight Shooting Shirt | Durable shooting clothing that stands up in the field.
Katlin Bell, Castle Valley Outdoors The pants are durable and strong.  I also like the look of them. The fit is good and when you walk as much as I do in a day this is very important. The gusseted crotch gives you a bit more room when you
get into the rough country. Red Hills Briar Pants | Our heavyweight cotton pants for upland hunting will keep you well protected in the field.
Lance Brantley, Deer Creek Lodge This boot is perfect for every wet condition that I may run into during a wet day in the field, from crossing a creek to serious dew in the grass. It is not only waterproof but also has the most comfortable insole I have had in a “rubber boot” if you want to call it that. Another great feature is the zippered side which makes for a good fit and very easy system to get them off. Quality and above all comfort are what make these boots a top pick for me. The Orvington Boot | Our waterproof boots are great for hunting and shooting.