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Columbia Vs. North Face
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Jay_White
, Oct 26 2013 12:59 PM
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Jay_White
Jay_White
In Jesus Name I FIsh
Members
326 posts
Location Warner Robins, Georgia
My PB: Between 7-8 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth
Posted October 26 2013 - 12:59 PM

northface   I was looking at some Columbia gear and North Face for bass fishing. I didnt like the BPS stuff...made me look fat...go figure.. Do any of you guys where this stuff?
the north face sale   Cheers,
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Jrob78
Jrob78
I Love Bass Fishing!
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722 posts
Location Dallas, TX
Posted October 26 2013 - 01:13 PM

the north face sale Both companies make good stuff.  I wear both.  Columbia is a little bit cheaper but to me, North Face's quality is a little better.   When I go out for a day on the water I wear long sleeve shirts, pants, gloves, a buff and a hat.  I haven't gotten a sunburn in 2 years.  It makes being on the water so much more pleasant.
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A-Jay
A-Jay
The harder I work, the luckier I get ~
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3,645 posts
Location ~ 45th Parallel North ~
My PB: Between 11-12 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth & Smallmouth
Favorite Lake or River: Lake Erie for Smallies & Lake Baccarac for Largemouth
Posted October 26 2013 - 01:20 PM

the north face outlet online Columbia for me - North Face stuff is cut a little narrow for me.
 
But the deal is Cabela's Guide Wear - It's all good quality, backed by the company and at a fair price.
 
I'm a fan.
 
A-Jay
 
PRESIDENT OF THE "SCROUNGA" CLUB
 
~ Semper Paratus ~
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flyfisher
flyfisher
Big 'un
Members
2,170 posts
Location Mechanicsville, VA
My PB: Between 8-9 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth & Smallmouth
Posted October 26 2013 - 01:38 PM

What type of gear?  Are we talking jackets, rain pants or sportswear, base layer fleece etc...
 
I am not a fan of columbia for their fit as it is to boxy for me.  I prefer a more tailored fit as it allows better movement and also assists in the performance of the garment.  The quality of The North Face is better than columbia but not by much as you are buying the name as much as anything.
 
I have a few columbia sportswear items i have bought on sale but other than that I am going with ArcTeryx, Patagonia, Mountain Hardwear and marmot for the majority of items.  
 
Be sure to frequent www.sierratradingpost.com as they have a ton of great deals on closeouts of top of the line gear.
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sarcazmo
sarcazmo
Short Fish
Members
314 posts
My PB: Between 6-7 lbs
Favorite Bass: All three
Posted October 26 2013 - 02:48 PM

Honestly I'll second the Cabela's recommendation.
 
Its at least equal quality backed by Cabelas and its on sale all the time.
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shootermcbob
shootermcbob
No such thing as too much fishing
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1,499 posts
Location Ohio
Posted October 26 2013 - 04:22 PM

Excuse me...did you say it makes you look fat?
 
Did you ask your wife/girlfriend, "honey, do these rain pants make my butt look big"?
 
 
 
Just kidding with you. Proper fit is important.
 
I have used items from both companies, and do not really have a preference. I will second the sierra trading post website for outstanding deals.
 
Campmor website also often has markdowns with steep discounts at the end of each season.
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AK-Jax86
AK-Jax86
HAWG certified
Members
2,750 posts
Location Jacksonville, FL
My PB: Between 7-8 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth
Favorite Lake or River: OPCC
Posted October 26 2013 - 04:54 PM

Make you look fat? I didn't know us guys worried about that I figured that was a female thing lol
Bass pictures follow on instagram: ak_86
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Dwight Hottle
Dwight Hottle
"Luck is when preparation meets opportunity"
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Location Erie, PA
My PB: Between 10-11 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth & Smallmouth
Favorite Lake or River: Lake Erie
Posted October 26 2013 - 05:02 PM

Make you look fat? I didn't know us guys worried about that I figured that was a female thing lol
 
No but some of like to at least look tidy.
CEO, VP, SECRETARY AND CHARTER MEMBER OF THE "SCROUNGA" CLUB
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Jay_White
Jay_White
In Jesus Name I FIsh
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326 posts
Location Warner Robins, Georgia
My PB: Between 7-8 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth
Posted October 26 2013 - 05:30 PM

Make you look fat? I didn't know us guys worried about that I figured that was a female thing lol
  
 
 Typically I'm trying to look good out there and professional as possible. 
  Cheers,
 
 Jay White
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AK-Jax86
AK-Jax86
HAWG certified
Members
2,750 posts
Location Jacksonville, FL
My PB: Between 7-8 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth
Favorite Lake or River: OPCC
Posted October 26 2013 - 05:52 PM


Typically I'm trying to look good out there and professional as possible.

Yea man I was just messing with you
Bass pictures follow on instagram: ak_86
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AK-Jax86
AK-Jax86
HAWG certified
Members
2,750 posts
Location Jacksonville, FL
My PB: Between 7-8 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth
Favorite Lake or River: OPCC
Posted October 26 2013 - 05:52 PM

North Face
Bass pictures follow on instagram: ak_86
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LMB ANGLER
LMB ANGLER
BROOMSTICK
Members
268 posts
Location THE GUNSHINE STATE
My PB: Over 15 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth
Posted October 26 2013 - 08:22 PM

I wear  Columbia and i like it. alot of saltwater pros wear Columbia.
America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.
Abraham Lincoln
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pbizzle
pbizzle
Short Fish
Members
485 posts
Location Chattanooga, TN
My PB: Between 4-5 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth & Spotted
Favorite Lake or River: Lake Chickamauga
Tennessee River
Posted October 26 2013 - 11:33 PM

I like Columbia, for 3 reasons.
1-cheap for the quality that it is 
2-fits well and a lot of the stuff looks nice (nobody wants to look tacky)
3-the T-shirts have cool pictures on the back (doesn't effect you're performance on the water, but still important)
Hooked for Life Red Bank Baptist Bass Fishing Club
"Come with me and I will make you fishers of men"-Matthew 4:19
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SirSnookalot
SirSnookalot
Jack Crevelle, the Ultimate Warrior
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8,288 posts
Location Delray Beach, Florida
My PB: Please Choose
Favorite Bass: Please Choose
Favorite Lake or River: Lake Worth Lagoon
Posted October 27 2013 - 01:20 AM

Columbia fits me better.  I usually wear shorts, t shirt and sandals, both Penn long sleeve and Gotcha short sleeve t shirts are the same, good fit and good quality.  In the cooler months I wear fishing pants and a long sleeve t, gets below 60 and I may not fish.  I like keeping the clothes to a minimum. 
I can teach you all you need to know, but I'll never teach you......ALL I KNOW ! http://www.bassresou...h-florida-fish/
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5fishlimit
5fishlimit
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Members
326 posts
Location Cleveland, Ohio
My PB: Between 5-6 lbs
Favorite Bass: Largemouth & Smallmouth
Favorite Lake or River: Lake Erie, the Rocky River, and Silver Creek Lake
Posted October 27 2013 - 02:06 PM

North Face doesn't have the same quality as Columbia for the items in the same price point, IMHO.
North Face gets better in the high end technical GEAR, but they have really catered to the soccer mom/fashion crowd with the jackets and fleece over the last few years.
I really like the Columbia PFG line, and also the Omni-heat coats with the shiny silver lining.
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