** Expedition Fit - Designed for maximum layering in the worst conditions. Cut roomier to accommodate additional layering underneath.
*Please review our goHUNT Staff Sizing Profiles below before ordering
goHUNT Staff Sizing Profile
BreakdownHighly packable, warm, and lightweight the Kelvin Down Windstopper Hoody is a versatile cold-weather workhorse. Filled with 250 grams of water-resistant insulation surrounded by a resilient GORE-TEX INFINIUM with WINDSTOPPER® shell, it’s a jacket that combines optimum warmth and weather resistance while minimizing bulk.
Bend your elbow and put your hand on your hip. Measure from the center of the back of your neck, along the shoulder, and down the elbow to the wrist bone.
CHEST SIZE MEASUREMENT
Take the measurement under the armpits, and around the fullest part of the chest and shoulder blades.
EXPEDITION FIT - Designed for maximum layering in the worst conditions. Cut roomier to accommodate additional layering underneath.
This jacket is very warm and light weight. Looking forward to putting it to the test on cold glassing days. I always wear xl jackets so I was happy to see when I bought this jacket in xl, it’s perfectly sized to wear it over multiple other jackets for those bone chilling days. If someone wanted to wear only this coat and not use it as an extra layer, i would recommend maybe looking at purchasing one size down.
Took it on a 4th season mule deer hunt and it kept me very warm on long glassing sessions in the morning and evening. Definitely with the price
And very warm oversized coat. I wear a large in all of Sitka product. Most fit good or perfect. Not this one. It fits fairly well in the shoulders, arm length is good. However, it is too big everywhere else. I can fit a large kelvin down hoodie under it without being unreasonably snug.
I would go with a medium, but the arm length is to short. Would be perfect for those negative degree days if they made it in a medium tall.
This ones not for everyone as it has a very specific use and the time afield in those conditions is limited.
It will be my least used item.
-11 degrees F, 14 mile trek, and was comfy all the way through where I wasn't sweating or shivering (also had Sitka Zip T and Sitka Timberline Jacket as baselayers). I would highly recommend for any backcountry hunts (compact) and any day trips where wind and frigid temperatures are a factor. With that said, the jacket material does make some noise, so if it's bow season where you need to get in close, you might want to take the jacket off when you get in close.
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