Have you noticed turkey vests are less like places to put your calls and more like a way to wrap yourself in your turkey-hunting world?
We took a look at four new vests — some traditional, some outrageous. If you’re in the market for one this season, great. If not, it’s still fascinating to see what designers are coming up with to make you a better turkey hunter…or at least make you buy their vests. It’s hard to go wrong with this rafter of nylon and cotton.
A good vest won’t pull the trigger for you, but it will keep you comfortable and organized so you are ready for tom as he steps within the magic 40-yard circle. Plus, you’ll have a place to put your calls.
Check out these four new offerings for the 2015 spring season:
<h2>Cabela's | Tactical Tat'r II M.O.R.E. Vest</h2>To kill a turkey, you have to be where turkeys are and be able to set up rapidly under a variety of conditions, and you might have to use a variety of calls. <p></p> <a href="http://www.cabelas.com/product/Cabelas-Tactical-Tat-r-II-M-O-R-E-Vest/1321324.uts" target="_blank">Cabela’s Tat’r M.O.R.E. Vest</a> allows you to do just that. It has a “speed seat” that can be pulled down and then flipped back in place. An adjustable “kickstand” at the back can be deployed when you have to set up away from trees. Folded, you can sit up against a tree. Pockets for calls are easy to reach and have quiet zippers and clips. -<em>DJ</em> <p></p> <strong>Price: $</strong>149.99