The Eufaula were a southern tribe and lent their name to this swampy lowland refuge they once called home. It covers parts of four counties in Georgia and Alabama. Most of the year it's home to deer, snakes and gators, but when the north winds blow in fall, waterfowl call it home. Weather is often mild, but the habitat is rugged. Jackets must protect from rain and wind, and, because the swamp calls for necessities, they should have storage for everything you need. And that's what the Eufaula jacket does. The wind and weather-resistant shell shields you from the blow, and the anatomical cut allows unrestricted movement...and you'll need it. Mesh lined pockets minimize weight, and a combination of magnetic and zippered chest pockets hold everything you need for a serious hunt. Dry, light and plenty of storage are key in the swamp. The Eufaula answers.