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    Rocky Scent IQ

    What do you think about the Rocky Scent IQ suit?

    http://www.sheplers.com/Rocky-Scent-...-Pant/9998.pro

    I was going to buy that and the jacket but I want to see what everyone thinks of it first.

    Would it compare to more expensive scent clothes like ridge reaper?

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    A bit to much money?!!

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    It's actually pretty cheap compared to the rest.

    I'm not sure the science behind why scent blockers work. I'm assuming they don't release airborne molecules or something?

    Does anyone know if the Rocky version of Scent IQ would be good?
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    I have the pants and the pull over jacket. I guess they are okay. Im really not a big fan and looking into something else but could just be me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhuff2010 View Post
    I have the pants and the pull over jacket. I guess they are okay. Im really not a big fan and looking into something else but could just be me.
    This is the same opinion I got from another board.

    My wife has the under armour ridge reaper. Her idol is Tiffany Lakosky (the two actually look alike) and she does very well in that suit. She stays warm very easily, it doesn't make noise; when it rains it doesn't get all wet and stuff.

    I would buy the ridge reaper for men but we have a baby on the way and I wouldn't feel right spending that much cash on a scent suit.

    I felt of the material and it felt similar to ridge reaper, but not quite the same.
    Now then, get your weapons--your quiver and bow--and go out to the open country to hunt some wild game for me. - Genesis 27:3

    -2011 Hoyt Rampage
    -62lbs @ 28 inches
    -Eastin Axxis- 400 spine, 371 grains
    -262fps and 57ft/lbs of kinetic energy

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    I have the fleece jacket and I like it. Very warm, comfortable and quiet. I can’t attest to the scent eliminating abilities of the clothing, mainly because I think scent eliminating clothing is a load of B.S, but it is comfortable clothing.

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    I use the Bowhunting jacket they make and love it. Last season i had 3 mature does down wind 15yds from me and didnt spooke. They smelled something but couldnt figure out what it was. very warm too, i cant wear it while i walk or i sweat in it. i love the double front zipper it has, for when its really cold out and you have alot more layers you can use the 1 to allow for more room, or when u just havea thin base layer you use the other to tighten up the jacket.
    Last edited by Dogfish; 04-09-2012 at 08:00 AM.

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