I used this size Medium/Large Tenzing BV16 for the first half of the 2020-2021 chukar season. I liked almost everything about it, but switched back to my old Badlands vest because it’s more compact. For more information about this high-quality BV16 vest, see my video review of it (below) and the Tenzing BV16 review posted on Chukar Culture.
Please note that the neon orange ripstop color has faded a bit since brand new. This has happened to every vest I’ve ever had with that color, from my first Cabela’s vest to the Q5 Centerfire to this one. It’s still much brighter than my Badlands, though, which has a much darker orange (which is one of the criticisms some people have of the Badland vest).
I have cleaned the feathers and blood from the inside of this vest, so I’m sorry you won’t get any of that. You will get the three Chukar Culture patches I attached to the vest, though, as well as the orange velcro strips that tidy up the excess strap lengths!