Natural Cut Down Waterfowl Pullover

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Natural Cut Down Waterfowl Pullover

When the weather report reads cold with the possible showers, the Natural Gear Cut Down Waterfowl Pullover is your answer for damp mornings in the marsh. Constructed of our Dri Stalk Rigid Shell Material this waterproof camo pullover will seal out moisture while blocking wind, rain and anything else mother nature has in store. This technical duck pullover is lined with fleece to keep heat in and features an extended collar to protect your neck and ears from the elements. This waterproof camo jacket has enough room to layer underneath and still provides you with smooth, full-range of movement without bulk or binding and fits nicely under waders. We know keeping your gear close is important, this hard shell hunting pullover includes one zippered chest pocket and one magnetic chest pocket for quick access. Also, keep your hands cozy with the fleece lined hand warmer pouch and customize your fit while locking in heat with waterproof neoprene hook and loop cuffs and a drawcord waist. At Natural Gear we know you put a lot of effort into planning a hunt, having the proper camo gear should be the least of your worries- that’s our job. We've got you covered with the Dri Stalk Rigid Shell Pullover,the perfect answer to inclement weather.

  • Dri Stalk Rigid Shell Material
  • Fleece Lined
  • Windproof
  • Waterproof
  • 1 Magnetic Chest Pocket
  • 1 Zippered Chest Pocket
  • Extended Collar
  • Hand warmer Pouch
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Original "Natural"

The Original Natural is the one that started it all and is still our most popular pattern 25 years later. Because it was created using Natural Gear’s laws of soft edges, naturally occurring tones, and vertical orientation found in nature, it is incredibly versatile for use in multiple seasons and environments. Whether you’re in the woods, the desert, or the swamp, this pattern can adapt to its surroundings. This is the one that made us famous.

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  • 5
    Natural cut down waterfowl pullover

    Posted by Ron on Apr 16th 2020

    Love the collar how it covers your ears and warmth of the coat. Only thing I didn’t like is the cord for the hood, broke first time I pulled on it but it still works and love the coat that much to make it a 5 star.

  • 4
    Waterfowl pullover

    Posted by Ian Metcalf on Feb 19th 2020

    Love the jacket. Very warm and waterproof. Had issue with hood tearing but customer service was very helpful and quick in sending me another jacket. Without the tear it would be a no doubt 5 stars

  • 5
    Natural cut down pullover

    Posted by Matt Wongrey on Feb 18th 2020

    Great jacket extremely warm and comfortable.

  • 5
    This is the warmest jacket I’ve worn. It’s waterproof too so I was able to wear it in the rain and I didn’t get wet at all. Highly recommend!

    Posted by Kelly on Dec 14th 2019

    Great jacket!

  • 5

    Posted by mike brawley on Dec 9th 2019

    Very good quality. Very warm coat with a 1/4 zipper. Hard to find one of this quality

  • 5
    Insane warm

    Posted by Logan on Nov 11th 2019

    This thing is very well built, insane warm, unlike the magnetic pocket and kangaroo pouch for your hands and the camo is always #1 in the business as always!

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Posted by Drew Palmer on Dec 11th 2019

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