Orange Duck Shirt by Dan's Hunting Gear®

$69.99 - $78.99
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The Brown Duck Shirt from Dan's Hunting Gear is a breathable cotton shirt that is very comfortable for the warmer months, yet is still offers briar proof protection on the sleeves, shoulders, and chest for all those briars you encounter while running your dogs. This snap-up front cotton shirt pairs well with our unlined bibs #313 for a great summer dog training combo. Brown/Tan, Orange/Tan Made in U.S.A. See sizing chart on left.

Dan’s Hunting Gear®, LLC, does warrant their products against any defects and workmanship flaws. The product has to be sent back to Dan’s® for inspection. However, Dan’s® will not warranty product that has been abused, or has more than normal wear and tear. On defective product, Dan’s® will either replace or repair the gear. Dan's® will return/exchange any product for a different size, color, style as long as the product is new and has not been soiled. If a return is sent to us it will be inspected and only then approved by Dan’s® as a return or exchange. We will not accept returns or exchanges on custom orders. The customer is responsible for all shipping charges.See our policy page for more info.

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  • 5
    brown & orange duck shirt

    Posted by Sandra Williams on 3rd Aug 2020

    We discovered a large blackberry patch on our property. I already had briar pants from another manufacturer that I've had a couple of years. My arms started getting tore up by the briars so I was looking for a briar shirt. Happy to see yours was made in the U.S.A and the order was filled promptly. Used my briar shirt last night and collected over 2 1/2 pounds of berries with out getting scratched up. I highly recommend this product.

  • 4
    Well Made

    Posted by Brian on 5th Dec 2017

    Works as Advertised. Not as light weight as I was expecting. Needs to have vents built in the shirt, not recommended in 45 degs and up weather. Venting will help with the sweating while busting brush. Going to tryout in the mountains this weekend Grouse hunting, suppose to be in the 30's with wind.

  • 5
    does the job its intended for

    Posted by Haymes Bros on 28th Aug 2017

    I like the shirt. I wear a large/xl and I got a large thinking it would be big, but it was actually pretty snug. I have worn it through some nasty cutovers while surveying, and it provided excellent briar protection, even the part that's soft provided good protection. My only drawback is that the sleeves and shoulders don't breathe causing me to sweat more than normal in those areas, but I haven't found much in briar protection that doesn't do that.