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*** Leather Vented Vest ***

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Barry C. Roach, Nov 9, 2009.

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  1. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    I saw a gentleman wearing a ventilated shooting vest that had a leather framework or body and pad. Very little leather. Mostly vent cloth.

    Does anybody know where to get one?
     
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    Barry, See if that isn't the Bob Allen Santa fe Vest-sounds like it. Jim (Arizona)
     
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    Barry, See if that isn't the Bob Allen Santa fe Vest-sounds like it. Jim (Arizona)
     
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    Barry, See if that isn't the Bob Allen Santa fe Vest-sounds like it. Jim (Arizona)
     
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    Barry, See if that isn't the Bob Allen Santa fe Vest-sounds like it. Jim (Arizona)
     
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    Barry, See if that isn't the Bob Allen Santa fe Vest-sounds like it. Jim (Arizona)
     
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    Barry, See if that isn't the Bob Allen Santa fe Vest-sounds like it. Jim (Arizona)
     
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    Barry, See if that isn't the Bob Allen Santa fe Vest-sounds like it. Jim (Arizona)
     
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    Browning has a very nice Santa Fe vest... john
     
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    Barry,

    That sounds like the vests that Kay Ohye wears and sells.

    Ron Burdick
     
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    Thanks for the info, folks. I have one of the Browning SF's. The one I saw was almost entirely mess. I'll try the Oyhe lead.
     
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    Checked the Ohye site. Seems like he only sells videos now.
     
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    Barry,

    If you contact him, he still sells that vest.

    Ron Burdick
     
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    Thanks Ron. I'll do it.
     
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    I have a vest with leather frame and pad from Wildhare. I use it for Sporting Clays.

    Charlie
     
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    Barry:

    Don't know if this might be what you're looking for, but there is a vest on the clearance section from Orvis. A mesh vest by HiDefSpex marketed by Orvis, down from $200 to $130.

    If you go to the Orvis website www.orvis.com, and in the "search" box put "9H81" it should pull up the item description. A nice blue/tan trim and nearly all mesh... at 35% off, not too shabby a deal from Orvis.

    Available in mens 42-50. If you're interested, I can order you one.

    regards,

    jay
     
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    I'll look. Thanks spitter. You an expitcher?
     
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    spitter, close but no seegar! I think it may be that Kay Ohye vest but haven't been able to get the info from Ohye.
     
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    Turns out it is a Kay Ohye product. $215 shipped.
     
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