Natural Cutdown Rain Shell

$99.99
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SKU:
263

The Natural Cut Down Rain Shell is constructed of Dri Stalk Rigid Shell Material this waterproof camo shell will seal out moisture while blocking wind, rain and anything else mother nature has in store. This Camo rain coat  is built for those wet conditions when you need the most protection. This waterproof camo jacket has enough room to layer underneath and still provides you with smooth, full-range of movement without bulk or binding. We know keeping your gear close is essential, this hard shell jacket includes zippered chest and side slash pockets. 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 Cut Down Rain Shell, the perfect answer to inclement weather.

  • Dri Stalk Rigid Shell Material
  • Windproof
  • Waterproof
  • Waterproof Zippers
  • Velcro Cuff Closures
  • Drawcord Hood
  • Chest and Side Slash Pockets
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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
    Great pattern, well made and warm

    Posted by Kevin Y. on Jun 5th 2019

    Layer for Elk in CO and use in South Texas. Another great Natural Gear product, bought them for my son & nephews too.

  • 5
    cutdown rainshell

    Posted by Chris Allen on Aug 3rd 2018

    It run full cut

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