Best Upland Hunting Vest in 2023
Gamehide Switchgrass Upland Field Bird Vest (Marsh Brown/Orange, Large)
Gamehide 3st Upland Front Loading Vest, X-Large, Multi
- Front And Rear Loading Blood Proof Game Bag
- Heavy Duty Fabric To Withstand The Toughest Brush And Briars
- Quilted Left And Right Shoulder Patches
- Large Oversized Dump Pockets
GameHide (3ST MO LG) Upland Vest, Large
- Made using the highest quality materials
- Tested for durability
- Made to be comfortable and quiet
Carhartt Men's Rugged Flex Upland Field Pant, Canyon Brown, 38W X 32L
- 8.5-ounce, 59 percent cotton/39 percent polyester 2 percent spandex canvas with rain defender durable water repellent
- Rugged flex durable stretch tech hnology for ease of movement
- Sits at the waist
- Relaxed seat and thigh
- Comfortable gusseted crotch
ALPS OutdoorZ Extreme Upland Game Vest, One Size
- Ultrathin shooter-friendly shoulder straps for maximum shooting comfort
- One large wrap-around game pocket that can unzip for easy cleaning
- Two front shell pockets - each pocket fits a full box of shells
- Fully equipped with H2O compatibility, large rear organizational pocket, two extra gear pockets, two water bottle pockets and two radio pockets
- Weight: 2 lbs. 9 oz., Waist Belt Range: 36" - 60"
Browning Vest, Strap Bird N' Lite, 2.0, Pf, Choc/BLZ, Xl/2Xl
- Carry more with less effort and greater comfort
- Integrated load-bearing system
- Provides enhanced support and stability
- Wide shoulder straps transfer load to your shoulders
- Thoroughly crafted for a superior all day wear
Gamehide Shelterbelt Mid-Weight Upland Ripstop Hunting Vest (Medium)
- Oversized fit to wear over jacket- May need to downsize if wearing over t-shirt or hoodie
- Soft, durable 8oz. canvas ripstop fabric for a lighter vest that is still tough
- Quilted shoulder patches for left or right handed shooters
- Convenient front or rear-loading blood-proof game bag
- Large snap closure dump pockets with external shell holders
Browning Upland Vest, Field Tan, Large
- Products designed in the USA with quality materials
- High tensile and durability with all Browning gear
- Whether you're an avid outdoors man or recreational, good for all people
Browning, Upland Strap Vest, Field Tan
- Game bag with blood-proof lining
- Shell pockets with the Pocket Expander System for easy conversion to exposed shell loops
- Adjustable, elasticized shoulder straps
VISM NC Star CHV2942TO NcStar, Hunting Vest/Blaze Orange & Tan
- Blaze orange/tan
- One size fits most
- Fully adjustable shoulders and side cinch straps
- Be prepared for hunting season with the New VISM Hunting Vest
- Blaze Orange and Tan color combination
- Two large main front pockets are perfect for storing a box of shells and deep rear game pocket
- Elastic shell loops keep extra shells readily available
- Dual quilted thin recoil pads
Social Media Can Hurt the Job You Have, Not Just the Job You Want
Social media doesn't just affect job hunting anymore, the reach of social media has extended into the realm of the job you have, and not always for the reasons you may think.
No doubt, by now, you have heard the hype about how social media influences hiring decisions. In fact, one could argue that social media background checking has become almost as prevalent in the hiring process as credit report reviews. However, what you might not know is how social media can affect the job you already have, even if your boss isn't on your friends list.
My friend Rebecca works for child protective services. Rebecca is a firecracker in a tiny package, but has a bigger heart than most giants I know, and more compassion than I could lend justice to. However, her passion also extends into the political arena. While she and I might not see eye-to-eye on many of her politically charged, incensed Facebook rants, we are adult enough to agree to disagree. Unfortunately, not everyone is quite so mature.
One Sunday evening, Rebecca posted another of her normal, politically motivated micro-blogs. It was pro-Obama, anti-Tea Party. However, instead of the usual suspects, prodding her with wise-guy commentary and lighthearted banter, or even absent the loyal clan of disciplines that make up her readership, a new player entered the game; a player with a malicious agenda.
James didn't like Rebecca's post. He made that abundantly clear. Then, he made it abundantly clear that he didn't like Rebecca either. The debate went back and forth for hours, and eventually exploded like a dirty bomb. As can happen, political disagreements spurred professional disagreements and eventually wound up in a few personal asides. Once all was said and done and everyone was asleep in their beds, James changed the rules of the game.
While most people would go have a glass of wine and go to bed after a Facebook disagreement, James decided he was going to attack Rebecca where it hurt: at work.
The next morning, Rebecca went to work as always, and was unexpectedly called into her supervisor's office. During this meeting, Rebecca was chastised for her behavior. You see, her opponent, James, had taken the liberty of writing a scathing letter about Rebecca, and attaching the Facebook debate with him as fodder for his cannon. While James' replies, retorts and arguments were worse than anything Rebecca could have or would have said on a personal or professional level, because Rebecca posted her employer on her profile, she remained their envoy; thus, she was acting in a less than professional capacity, according to her boss.
Because of this, Rebecca has lost a promotion.
Right or wrong, and no matter what happens in the eyes of her human resources department, her reputation is forever tainted with her direct line supervisor; all because of social media. Be careful what you say and to whom you say it. You never know who is lurking out there with nothing to lose and axe to grind, no matter how below the belt that may be. Social media; it's not just for hiring anymore.