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December 20, 2011

A Cabela’s Christmas

By David E. Petzal

Cabela’s, perhaps because it’s their 50th anniversary, or because they’re getting soft in the head, or because they felt sorry for me, sent me a whole sleighload of gear to play with this past hunting season, so much so that our UPS guy developed a conspiratorial smirk each time he drove up with a new package from Sidney, Nebraska. Everything that follows, I’ve used, but first a note:

All of this gear comes in the company’s Outfitter camo pattern, which is the only one I’ve ever seen that you can take anywhere without standing out like a zit on your daughter’s forehead the night before the prom. You may, if you wish, opt for a pattern such as Redbug and Pellagra, but eventually you’ll regret it.

Bow and Rifle Pack It’s 2400 cubic inches overall and weighs 4 pounds. The pack has a 2-litre water bladder, holds a reasonable amount of small stuff, plus shooting sticks and a spotting scope, and lets you carry your rifle down the center of your back, making it a hell of a lot easier to lug, and freeing both hands. The Bow and Rifle Pack has an excellent suspension, a waist belt big enough to go around the guts of even the calorically challenged, and no flaws that I can find. If you’ve never carried a rifle this way before, the Bow and Rifle will make a believer out of you. $150.

 

 

Meindl 400-gram Ultralight Hunter Boots - Unlike the rest of the Meindl line, these are built on American, rather than European lines, and as the name says, they are very light indeed at 3.2 lbs per pair. They’re warm (down to 10 degrees at least), break in quickly, and allow you to walk quietly. They do not grunt, chirp, or squeak as a number of American boots seem to. They would not be my first choice if I were hunting in the mountains or carrying a heavy load, but for anything else, they’re terrific. One note: The EE width is very wide, so unless your foot is shaped like Donald Duck’s you may want to try the mediums first. $210.

 

 

Alaskan Guide ½ Zip Pullover - A layering garment, I believe the expression goes. It has hardly any bulk or weight, but is very, very warm. Right now it’s on sale for $50 to $55, depending on size.

 

 

 

 

 

50th Anniversary Limited Edition Boot by Meindl—which has been making boots for 300 years and has it down pretty good—has turned out 1,000 pairs of these, and they are special. The LE boots are for very rough country and/or very heavy loads. They are 200-gram Thinsulate, made of a special dark leather, and come in a presentation wooden box with a goatskin (!) wrapper. Meindl makes this model in medium width only, but I take an E-width shoe and they fit me fine. What’s surprising about them is, despite the fact that they are very firm, they are very comfortable, not a problem to break in, and quite light for what they are. All the bells and whistles aside, this is about as fine a pair of boots as it is possible to buy. $300 to $400, depending on size.

 

Microtex Lite 6-Pocket Pants. Over the past dozen years I’ve used the regular-weight Microtex pants more than any other hunting trousers by a factor of 10 or 12. They’re quiet, very tough, and dry quickly. However, once it gets above 60 degrees, they’re too warm. This is where the Lite version comes in. Try them and you won’t wear anything else. $30-$40.

 

 

 

 

 

Alaskan Guide Thermocline Pants This is for layering. Put a light pair of longjohns underneath and a rainsuit over them, and you are set, period. They are very warm, light, and stretchy. The one drawback is that they come with a 32-inch inseam and can’t be shortened, so you’ll have to tuck them into something. Other than that, just fine. Around $60.

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from 784512 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Give Cabela’s my address

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from bruisedsausage wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I suppose you're probably wringing your hands, and fretting about just what to do with all of that stuff? No worries though, because I'll give you a hand and help find it a good home. ;)

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from buckhunter wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I purchased the backpack which holds your gun or bow and prefer the common sling. I feel naked hiking when my gun is not readily available.

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from rob wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I am opposed to purchases made at Cabela's for a whole pile of reason, which sucks because I have one 5 minutes from my house. I get tired of an endless stream of poorly made products with Cabela's slapped all over them. Like Whorevis, Cabela's has tremendous customer service for a reason, their products suck. That and their prices are generally higher than a set of giraffe nuts.
With that off my chest, I broke down, swallowed my pride, and bought a pair of the Meindl Denali un-insulated boots this fall, and they are the greatest boots I've ever worn. Ever. Period. Elk, deer, pheasants, they are the bomb, dawg. Totally waterproof, zero ankle roll, they are like a pair of slippers for mountaineering. The only boots I've ever worn that I don't want to take off at the end of the day. True story.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Couple of weeks ago down in the Dallas area, I went into Cabela’s, total mad house. Down the road, "Cheaper Than Dirt" with plenty of goodies and knowledgeable employees who enjoy there job!

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from Clay Cooper wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

If they wasn't asking list price, I might have bought something! $49.00 for a shirt where I can get $29.00 at another place? GET REAL!

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from CJ wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Cabelas has a pretty good mix of high quality stuff you can't find elsewhere and overpriced junk. Gander Mountain and Dick'sSportingGoods are junk palaces.

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from Richard G. wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Dave,

Does Cabelas pay for this advertising? Or are you and Field and Stream just that generous?

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from Lee Woiteshek wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I haven't found anything that Cableas sold to me to be "junk". While I have the rather expensive ability to render anything manmade unuseable in a matter of hours, Cableas gear lasts longer than any other big box store. My Christmas wish is that Cableas liked me as much as they like Dave Petzal...

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from huntenthusiest wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

The Alaskan Pullover comes in Medium or 3XL? That leaves out a LOT of hunters.

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from WA Mtnhunter wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I was looking over my hunting gear as it got cleaned and put away. Holy smokes! I realized that most of it came from Cabela's. This is the stuff I uses year after year, not the cull stuff in closets that is never used. Microtex shirts and pants, Gore-tex hat, blaze pack vest, Stormy Kromer hat, fleece neck gaitor, on and on. Most was bought on sale and is of superior quality. I have a pile of Cabela's Outfitter series dress shirts that I bought at an incredible bargain and they are top notch! Yes, some of their stuff is not of the highest quality, but you have to be smarter than the merchandisers to pick out the really good stuff.

Some of the posts sound like sour grapes to me.

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from rob wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

No sour grapes here, just speaking from experience, lots and lots of it.

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from davidpetzal wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

To Richard G. Cabela's sent me about twice as much as I wrote about. What you see here is what I liked best and thought most useful. Unfortunately, they didn't pay me off. I could use it.

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from Beekeeper wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Any merchandiser has various levels of "quality" in the goods they offer. They get typical Joseph Rhedkneck into the building by offering low "sale" prices on low to medium quality items. Sears, Monte Ward, Macy's, Bass Pro, ACE, Gander, Dick's, Sportsman's Warehouse, Target they all do it. It's called merchandising! Something for all. The less discerning are the ones that buy the bargain and complain at quality. If you can't afford top shelf, save up!

I've bought a load of stuff from Cabela's over the years and have had only one complaint about an item, a high end one that was taken care of quickly. I wear their outfitter series of clothing and have found it of excellent quality. I wear it everyday to work and a work out it gets, farm machinery, large animals, blood, grease, dirt, mud, barbed wire, plant stains you name it. It wears well, not out.

Like WAM I buy a lot of stuff from Cabela's that is on sale. Top end stuff of name brand or upper shelf company goods and other hunting gear that I recognize as a bargain. I have been well pleased.

Be a smart shopper, learn to recognize quailty and buy it off season and on sale. You'll save a lot and end up with gear that lasts.

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from Puffy wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

My only gripe is I don't have a Cabela's close and their mail order shipping rates are COMPLETELY RIDICULOUS! But, I do love their stuff so I just suck it up.

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from Richard G. wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Dave,

Thank you for the reply. I am as curious about the stuff you did not include. Was that because of space or the quality of the products? I appreciate your candid equipment reviews and since you get to spend a lot more time in the field than most of us, it's nice to know what stuff does not work as well.

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from davidpetzal wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

To Richard G. Two examples: One of the items they sent was a light jacket for warm- to cool-weather hunting. Because it's too cold now, I didn't get a chance to test it, so no writeup for the time being. Another example was their "zone" long underwear, which is claimed to be non-odor-absorbing. It was, as advertised, very comfortable, but after one day, it stank. This has happened with every synthetic-fabric longjohn I've ever worn, and this was no exception. So, no writeup.

By the way, if you'd like longjohns that don't stink, try Cabela's silk longjohns (either the light or heavyweight) and Ulfrotte wool lonjohns, which are not sold by Cabela's but should be. They're wool terrycloth, and made in Sweden where they know from cold weather.

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from murdock32 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

A Cabela's Xmas for you, but what about the rest of us out of work. A very poor article at this time of year. I'll tell my kids what you got.

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from Bathory27 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Nice design on the Bow and Rifle Pack, but how is the quality on it is my question.

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from Beekeeper wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Puffy,

Take advantage of their free or reduced shipping offers. I get $20 off $150 offers from them about every other week and some better than that.

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from Frosty24-7 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Folks,

Its a tough world out here, but picking on Mr. Petzal because his job gives him some cool bennies, Really??

As for Cabela's, they do have some great gear, I've both an upland vest and duck parka from 15+ years ago that still see regular service. Again, you generally get what you pay for, there ain't no "great" $20 waterfowl parkas, but Cabelas, Bass Pro and others do have better lines of gear available...

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from MReeder wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I'm surprised by some of the complaints posted here. I've never had any problems with anything I bought at Cabelas, other than a pair of Nikon binoculars that fogged up on me during a drizzly turkey hunt; something that never happened to me with much cheaper Simmons and Bushnell models. That was a big disappointment, since I'd never owned any Nikon products before and thought I was stepping up in the world. Worse, Nikon refused to stand behind its product and its customer service would have had to improve 100-percent to be terrible. Cabelas on the other hand immediately took care of my complaint, refunded the purchase price and apologized for the trouble I'd had with Nikon, even though it had nothing do with them. As others have noted, Cabelas has about the best customer service you could ask for.
I haven't had any problem with anything I've purchased at Gander Mountain or Dick's Sporting goods, either. I bought most of my muzzleloader stuff at Gander Mountain and my wife got a great clearance deal at a North Texas Gander on a pair of Danner boots. They also have free shipping on everything, which is no small matter. I bought my hub blind at Dick's at a great price and have been pleased as punch with it. I also buy a lot of stuff at Academy here in San Antonio. Service is always good and regular prices are almost always lower than the competition.
You can't expect everything any store carries to be top of the line or to always work perfectly. There is still such a thing as caveat emptor, and it's up to you to read the product specs, check out the customer reviews and exercise some judgement about what you're buying. Cheap isn't always best, because you get what you pay for, but shelling out more than something's worth because of where it's being sold isn't too smart, either. To me it's about value and bang for the buck -- shop around, and then spend the least amount you have to for the best product you can afford.

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from Jim in Mo wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Dave,
Being a frugal person I can't believe I splurged on myself and bought a new butcher knife for the kitchen from Kellam Knife Co., on your recommendation. I love it, it's quality and I told the lady on the phone I heard about this Finnish made knife from your site.

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from WA Mtnhunter wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I have had excellent results from Cabela's customer service, too. All that service and hassle-free returns comes at a slight price increase over the bargain basement and online discount stores. I'll pay a little more across the board for good service.

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from chaslee wrote 2 years 16 weeks ago

no silk longjohns !!! The bastards

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from Del in KS wrote 2 years 16 weeks ago

I live 20 miles from Cabelas and routinely drive by a Bass Pro store to get there. Cabelas sells great stuff and the customer service is second to none. The Cabelas Whitetail extreme parka is warm, quiet and totally waterproof. It's not cheap but worth every penny. BP has good Customer service but they sell a lot of poor quality clothing.
Once I was looking at popup blinds in Cabelas when a manager came by and started talking. When I told him my old blind fell apart after only 2 seasons he asked if I still have the old blind. Sure it's outside in the truck was my reply. He said bring the old blind in and you can have any of the blinds in this display. Later that day a kid named Wesley shot his first buck from that new blind. The old timers here may recall the story about Wes.

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from Longbeard wrote 2 years 16 weeks ago

Cabela's works for me. The in-store service was by far the best I'd seen compared to experiences at BP, Gander, Dick's, Sportsman's WH, and even some small high-end shops, and online/catalogue service is excellent. The clothing quality delivers the best bang for the buck, keeping in mind that quality may cost a bit more (check out the end of season sales!). I've had 2 pairs of Cabela's boots which performed better than many major brands. My only regret is that there isn't a Big C store anywhere in the Southeast, much less in my home state of FLA.

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from CJ wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Cabelas has a pretty good mix of high quality stuff you can't find elsewhere and overpriced junk. Gander Mountain and Dick'sSportingGoods are junk palaces.

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from Beekeeper wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Any merchandiser has various levels of "quality" in the goods they offer. They get typical Joseph Rhedkneck into the building by offering low "sale" prices on low to medium quality items. Sears, Monte Ward, Macy's, Bass Pro, ACE, Gander, Dick's, Sportsman's Warehouse, Target they all do it. It's called merchandising! Something for all. The less discerning are the ones that buy the bargain and complain at quality. If you can't afford top shelf, save up!

I've bought a load of stuff from Cabela's over the years and have had only one complaint about an item, a high end one that was taken care of quickly. I wear their outfitter series of clothing and have found it of excellent quality. I wear it everyday to work and a work out it gets, farm machinery, large animals, blood, grease, dirt, mud, barbed wire, plant stains you name it. It wears well, not out.

Like WAM I buy a lot of stuff from Cabela's that is on sale. Top end stuff of name brand or upper shelf company goods and other hunting gear that I recognize as a bargain. I have been well pleased.

Be a smart shopper, learn to recognize quailty and buy it off season and on sale. You'll save a lot and end up with gear that lasts.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

If they wasn't asking list price, I might have bought something! $49.00 for a shirt where I can get $29.00 at another place? GET REAL!

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from WA Mtnhunter wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I was looking over my hunting gear as it got cleaned and put away. Holy smokes! I realized that most of it came from Cabela's. This is the stuff I uses year after year, not the cull stuff in closets that is never used. Microtex shirts and pants, Gore-tex hat, blaze pack vest, Stormy Kromer hat, fleece neck gaitor, on and on. Most was bought on sale and is of superior quality. I have a pile of Cabela's Outfitter series dress shirts that I bought at an incredible bargain and they are top notch! Yes, some of their stuff is not of the highest quality, but you have to be smarter than the merchandisers to pick out the really good stuff.

Some of the posts sound like sour grapes to me.

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from davidpetzal wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

To Richard G. Cabela's sent me about twice as much as I wrote about. What you see here is what I liked best and thought most useful. Unfortunately, they didn't pay me off. I could use it.

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from Frosty24-7 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Folks,

Its a tough world out here, but picking on Mr. Petzal because his job gives him some cool bennies, Really??

As for Cabela's, they do have some great gear, I've both an upland vest and duck parka from 15+ years ago that still see regular service. Again, you generally get what you pay for, there ain't no "great" $20 waterfowl parkas, but Cabelas, Bass Pro and others do have better lines of gear available...

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from 784512 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Give Cabela’s my address

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from bruisedsausage wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I suppose you're probably wringing your hands, and fretting about just what to do with all of that stuff? No worries though, because I'll give you a hand and help find it a good home. ;)

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from buckhunter wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I purchased the backpack which holds your gun or bow and prefer the common sling. I feel naked hiking when my gun is not readily available.

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from rob wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I am opposed to purchases made at Cabela's for a whole pile of reason, which sucks because I have one 5 minutes from my house. I get tired of an endless stream of poorly made products with Cabela's slapped all over them. Like Whorevis, Cabela's has tremendous customer service for a reason, their products suck. That and their prices are generally higher than a set of giraffe nuts.
With that off my chest, I broke down, swallowed my pride, and bought a pair of the Meindl Denali un-insulated boots this fall, and they are the greatest boots I've ever worn. Ever. Period. Elk, deer, pheasants, they are the bomb, dawg. Totally waterproof, zero ankle roll, they are like a pair of slippers for mountaineering. The only boots I've ever worn that I don't want to take off at the end of the day. True story.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Couple of weeks ago down in the Dallas area, I went into Cabela’s, total mad house. Down the road, "Cheaper Than Dirt" with plenty of goodies and knowledgeable employees who enjoy there job!

0 Good Comment? | | Report
from Richard G. wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Dave,

Does Cabelas pay for this advertising? Or are you and Field and Stream just that generous?

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from Lee Woiteshek wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I haven't found anything that Cableas sold to me to be "junk". While I have the rather expensive ability to render anything manmade unuseable in a matter of hours, Cableas gear lasts longer than any other big box store. My Christmas wish is that Cableas liked me as much as they like Dave Petzal...

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from huntenthusiest wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

The Alaskan Pullover comes in Medium or 3XL? That leaves out a LOT of hunters.

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from rob wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

No sour grapes here, just speaking from experience, lots and lots of it.

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from Puffy wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

My only gripe is I don't have a Cabela's close and their mail order shipping rates are COMPLETELY RIDICULOUS! But, I do love their stuff so I just suck it up.

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from Richard G. wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Dave,

Thank you for the reply. I am as curious about the stuff you did not include. Was that because of space or the quality of the products? I appreciate your candid equipment reviews and since you get to spend a lot more time in the field than most of us, it's nice to know what stuff does not work as well.

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from davidpetzal wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

To Richard G. Two examples: One of the items they sent was a light jacket for warm- to cool-weather hunting. Because it's too cold now, I didn't get a chance to test it, so no writeup for the time being. Another example was their "zone" long underwear, which is claimed to be non-odor-absorbing. It was, as advertised, very comfortable, but after one day, it stank. This has happened with every synthetic-fabric longjohn I've ever worn, and this was no exception. So, no writeup.

By the way, if you'd like longjohns that don't stink, try Cabela's silk longjohns (either the light or heavyweight) and Ulfrotte wool lonjohns, which are not sold by Cabela's but should be. They're wool terrycloth, and made in Sweden where they know from cold weather.

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from Bathory27 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Nice design on the Bow and Rifle Pack, but how is the quality on it is my question.

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from Beekeeper wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Puffy,

Take advantage of their free or reduced shipping offers. I get $20 off $150 offers from them about every other week and some better than that.

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from MReeder wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I'm surprised by some of the complaints posted here. I've never had any problems with anything I bought at Cabelas, other than a pair of Nikon binoculars that fogged up on me during a drizzly turkey hunt; something that never happened to me with much cheaper Simmons and Bushnell models. That was a big disappointment, since I'd never owned any Nikon products before and thought I was stepping up in the world. Worse, Nikon refused to stand behind its product and its customer service would have had to improve 100-percent to be terrible. Cabelas on the other hand immediately took care of my complaint, refunded the purchase price and apologized for the trouble I'd had with Nikon, even though it had nothing do with them. As others have noted, Cabelas has about the best customer service you could ask for.
I haven't had any problem with anything I've purchased at Gander Mountain or Dick's Sporting goods, either. I bought most of my muzzleloader stuff at Gander Mountain and my wife got a great clearance deal at a North Texas Gander on a pair of Danner boots. They also have free shipping on everything, which is no small matter. I bought my hub blind at Dick's at a great price and have been pleased as punch with it. I also buy a lot of stuff at Academy here in San Antonio. Service is always good and regular prices are almost always lower than the competition.
You can't expect everything any store carries to be top of the line or to always work perfectly. There is still such a thing as caveat emptor, and it's up to you to read the product specs, check out the customer reviews and exercise some judgement about what you're buying. Cheap isn't always best, because you get what you pay for, but shelling out more than something's worth because of where it's being sold isn't too smart, either. To me it's about value and bang for the buck -- shop around, and then spend the least amount you have to for the best product you can afford.

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from Jim in Mo wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Dave,
Being a frugal person I can't believe I splurged on myself and bought a new butcher knife for the kitchen from Kellam Knife Co., on your recommendation. I love it, it's quality and I told the lady on the phone I heard about this Finnish made knife from your site.

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from WA Mtnhunter wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I have had excellent results from Cabela's customer service, too. All that service and hassle-free returns comes at a slight price increase over the bargain basement and online discount stores. I'll pay a little more across the board for good service.

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from chaslee wrote 2 years 16 weeks ago

no silk longjohns !!! The bastards

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from Del in KS wrote 2 years 16 weeks ago

I live 20 miles from Cabelas and routinely drive by a Bass Pro store to get there. Cabelas sells great stuff and the customer service is second to none. The Cabelas Whitetail extreme parka is warm, quiet and totally waterproof. It's not cheap but worth every penny. BP has good Customer service but they sell a lot of poor quality clothing.
Once I was looking at popup blinds in Cabelas when a manager came by and started talking. When I told him my old blind fell apart after only 2 seasons he asked if I still have the old blind. Sure it's outside in the truck was my reply. He said bring the old blind in and you can have any of the blinds in this display. Later that day a kid named Wesley shot his first buck from that new blind. The old timers here may recall the story about Wes.

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from Longbeard wrote 2 years 16 weeks ago

Cabela's works for me. The in-store service was by far the best I'd seen compared to experiences at BP, Gander, Dick's, Sportsman's WH, and even some small high-end shops, and online/catalogue service is excellent. The clothing quality delivers the best bang for the buck, keeping in mind that quality may cost a bit more (check out the end of season sales!). I've had 2 pairs of Cabela's boots which performed better than many major brands. My only regret is that there isn't a Big C store anywhere in the Southeast, much less in my home state of FLA.

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from murdock32 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

A Cabela's Xmas for you, but what about the rest of us out of work. A very poor article at this time of year. I'll tell my kids what you got.

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