** Standard Fit - Designed to accommodate layering for more versatility from early to late season climates.
*Please review our goHUNT Staff Sizing Profiles below before ordering
goHUNT Staff Sizing Profile
BreakdownThe Kelvin Down Lite Jacket is the go-to mid-season piece where warmth and packability are key. Lightweight, compressible 900 fill Primaloft® Gold insulation delivers amazing warmth-to-weight. The jacket packs down into its own zippered hand pocket and fits anywhere in your pack. A fully-featured hood offers shelter from the elements and keeps you in the woods longer.
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.
STANDARD FIT - Designed to accommodate layering for more versatility from early to late season climates.
I generally wear a XL Jacket and Large pants in the Sitka line. Both fit perfect with room for layering but not too much room. The elastic is snug on the jacket lower seam and pant around calves. True to size. The fabric isn’t loud in my opinion. I need to test out how warm it is.
This was purchased for my 14 yo son for an upcoming 2nd season Colorado elk hunt. He loves the fit and I expect it to perform well in November.
Excellent layer. Worth the investment.
(Of note, this is a perfectly sized jacket, neither a baggy-fit, nor a snug fit. Just right. A large fits me perfectly, and fits under a Cloudburst Large jacket perfectly too. If you want a jacket with lots of extra room, size up)
This jacket is the perfect fit for layering. I prefer a little more roomy fit so an XL was just right for going over my other layers. Warmth to weight for this jacket is great. I agree with the other comments about noise, would be great if it were a quieter fabric. Will be a staple in my pack.
So far only tested it out on a couple coldish nights in the back yard around 25F. Have no doubt it will be warm and a valuable layering option. I could only keep it on for a few minutes in the house before starting to overheat. Build quality is great, as I would expect from Sitka. I generally wear a large in Sitka and this fit as expected, with room to have the Jetstream jacket or Traverse Hoody underneath . Only complaint is the fabric is a little noisy, but I mostly plan on using this for glassing and maybe some tree stand sits, and around camp....not likely to make any stalks in it. At this point, hard to say much about durability or if the insulation keep it's loft....time will tell.
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