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Next to Skin Layers: Sitka Gear Elevated II 

With short sleeves and a low-profile crew neck, the CORE Lightweight Crew SS wicks away moisture and keeps you concealed when you’re covering country in the hot early season. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. The CORE Lightweight Series is the next-to-skin foundation for your high-exertion system, breathing and actively moving moisture away from the skin with its polyester bi-component construction. $59.00

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With long sleeves and a low-profile core neck, the Sitka Gear Elevated II CORE Lightweight Crew LS wicks away moisture and keeps you concealed when you’re burning the boot leather. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. The CORE Lightweight Series is the next-to-skin foundation for your high-exertion system, breathing and actively moving moisture away from the skin with its polyester bi-component construction. $69.00

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With light insulation for fine tuning your micro-climate, the Women's Core Midweight Crew LS turns up the heat to keep you moving in frigid temperatures. Permanent Polygiene® Technology neutralizes smell by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. $89.00

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With light insulation and a high zippered neck for fine-tuning your microclimate, the CORE Midweight Zip-T turns up the heat to keep you moving in frigid temperatures. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. The CORE Midweight Series is the next-to-skin foundation for active hunts in cold weather, built with a micro-grid fleece backer that lightly insulates while actively moving moisture away from the skin. $89.00

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With long sleeves and a form-fitting hood, the CORE Lightweight Hoody wicks away moisture and keeps you concealed when you’re closing in. Featuring a deep, center chest zipper for superior ventilation and a built in face mask for those quick set ups, this piece is perfect for stalking, tree stands or ground blinds. $119.00

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With a gusseted no-bunch crotch and low-profile elastic waistband, the CORE Lightweight Bottom provides just a touch of warmth for when the temperature dips and dials up the animal activity. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odorcausing bacteria and fungi. The CORE Lightweight Series is the next-to-skin foundation for your high-exertion system, breathing efficiently and actively moving moisture away from the skin with its polyester bi-component construction. $69.00

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With a gusseted crotch and comfortable elastic waistband, the CORE Midweight Bottom offers just enough warmth for chilly fall days without making you sweat. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. The CORE Midweight Series is the foundation for your cool weather system, with a micro grid fleece backer that lightly insulates while actively moving moisture away from the skin. $89.00

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With lofted insulation and articulated patterning, The CORE Heavyweight Bottom keeps your lower limbs snug during long periods of frigid inactivity. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. The CORE Heavyweight Series is the next-to-skin foundation for static hunts in cold weather, with a lofted grid fleece backer that retains warmth while actively moving moisture away from the skin. $99.00

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Styled like your favorite yoga leggings, the Women's Core Heavyweight Bottom provides unencumbered movement and offers enough insulation on chilly fall days without adding too much bulk. Permanent Polygiene® Technology neutralizes smell by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. $99.00

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Insulation Layers: Sitka Gear Elevated II

With the Fanatic Hoody, we took the chassis of a traditional hooded sweatshirt and turned it into a stealth hunting apparatus. Body mapped grid and micro grid fleeces precisely regulate your temperature while keeping scent to a minimum with Polygiene® Odor Control Technology. The hood is cut for maximal peripheral vision, and from within it you can deploy the built-in facemask for enhanced concealment. The half-zip construction allows for a built in hand muff, which, together with the flip-over hand mitts in the sleeves, works to keep your fingers warm and dexterous. $189.00

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The Stratus Vest is part of our most versatile whitetail system, pulling double duty as either an insulating mid layer or core-warming outer. We’ve sandwiched the GORE® WINDSTOPPER® membrane between a wet-printed Micro- Fleece shell and a micro grid fleece backer, creating the quietest 100% windproof vest. $189.00

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The Celsius Shacket takes the concept of body-mapping to the extreme, giving you the insulation you need, only where you need it. A first-of-its-kind construction incorporates a diagonal full-length zipper and built-in front hand muff with short sleeves that leave zero bulk on your forearms, completely eliminating string contact. Quilted construction and quiet zipper pulls suppress noise. $199.00

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The Celsius Jacket is the whitetailer’s puffy jacket. But instead of the crinkly fabrics found in most technical insulators, its baffles of PrimaLoft® Silver Hi Loft Insulation are sheathed in an ultraquiet, durable Micro-Fleece. It’s ideal as a mid layer, but you can also use it as an outer layer, letting you stack and shed to keep pace with the Midwest weather. $199.00

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Women's Celsius Jacket: The Celsius Jacket brings the heat for long, cold days in the stand. A soft, quiet nylon shell houses 133 g/m2 of Primaloft® Silver Active insulation to keep the chill out while providing unimpeded movement when worn as a mid-layer. A harness pass-through port provides convenience and allows for the brushed tricot lined collar to seal out the wind. $249.00

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Our quietest windproof top, we built the new Fanatic Vest to warm your core when deer spook at the mere rumor of noise. Insulated with Primaloft, sealed with GORE® WINDSTOPPER® Technology, and silenced with high loft, wet printed fleece. Wear it with the Celsius Series to keep your decibels down well into the late season. $229.00

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The lightweight, breathable Equinox Jacket keeps you comfortable and concealed in the early season. Its durable construction is designed to quietly tackle thick underbrush and unruly canopies, while the 4-way stretch fabric and tailored fit help the jacket move with you. Zippered hand and chest pockets and a rangefinder pocket with tie-off keep your essentials accessible. $199.00

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Using their revolutionary diagonal full-zip to allow a cozy hand muff, the Fanatic Lite Jacket is a silent, fully featured tool for mid-season sits. The durable high gauge face fabric is bonded to an air-permeable honeycomb jacquard Micro-Fleece to allow breathability and remarkable noise reduction. A front storage pocket, rangefinder pocket with tie-off and safety harness pass-through port keep you and your necessities comfortably in place. $289.00

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The Sitka Gear Elevated II Stratus Jacket is part of our most versatile whitetail system. We’ve sandwiched the GORE® WINDSTOPPER® membrane between a wet-printed Micro-Fleece shell and a micro grid fleece backer, creating the quietest 100% windproof jacket. On its own, the Stratus can take you into the mid-season, and since it’s fitted for insulation underlayering, you can make it your go-to shell well into November. $329.00

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A virtual walking sleeping bag that’s 100% waterproof, the Sitka Gear Elevated II Incinerator Jacket brings two crucial firsts to the whitetail world: It is the first whitetail jacket ever to be insulated with warm when- wet PrimaLoft® Silver Down Blend, and it’s the first jacket with a waterproof safety harness pass-through port. The 3-layer GORE-TEX® membrane is wrapped with a perceptibly quiet, lightly brushed face fabric, internal cuffs seal off heat leakage, and a YKK waterproof front zipper ensures you’ll stay dry. $599.00

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Pants and Bibs: Sitka Gear Elevated II

The Sitka Gear Elevated II Equinox Pant is built for the early season Whitetail hunter who needs breathable comfort for both the approach and the sit. The stretch-woven polyester construction moves with you, preventing snags while scrambling to and from the stand. The cut is tailored for comfort in the seated position, and with a gusseted crotch and non-slip silicon waistband, you’ll want to wear them until the leaves drop. $189.00

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For those early season hunts when not overheating is as important as staying invisible, the Sitka Gear Elevated II Women's Equinox Pant is your warm weather whitetail solution. As light as comfortable pajamas, but tougher than your canvas work pants, the Equinox moves with you, preventing snags while scrambling to and from the stand and shedding burrs with ease. The cut is tailored for comfort in the seated position, and with a gusseted crotch and non-slip silicon waistband, you’ll want to wear them until the leaves drop.

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The Sitka Gear Elevated II Stratus Pant is part of our most versatile whitetail system. We’ve sandwiched the GORE® WINDSTOPPER® membrane between a wet-printed Micro-Fleece shell and a micro grid fleece backer, creating the quietest 100% windproof pant. $289.00

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The Sitka Gear Elevated II Downpour Pant completes the Downpour rain system, these fully-articulated GORE-TEX® laminate pants will withstand any rain shower the whitetail woods can throw your way. $269.00

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Women's Downpour Pant in Sitka Gear Elevated II: Completing the Downpour rain system, these fully-articulated GORE-TEX® 3L laminate pants will withstand any rain shower the whitetail woods can throw your way. $269.00

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Breathable enough for the afternoon heat, with just enough warmth for the sunrise snap, the new Sitka Gear Elevated II Fanatic Lite Bib specializes in all-day, early-season sits. The ultra-quiet hexagonal grid fleece construction purges excess heat, while full 2-way side zips allow additional venting and make for easy on-and-off. The Quantum adjustable suspenders maintain the correct elevation without the buckles that cause hotspots under your harness. $269.00

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Sitka Gear Elevated II Fanatic Bib: A Berber fleece face silences the GORE® WINDSTOPPER® barrier, and 133 g/m2 Primaloft® Silver Insulation traps in body heat. Rubber boots fit comfortably over the low-bulk hems, where a dedicated ankle pocket lets you rest your traditional bow hands-free. Lined hand pockets keep your digits toasty when used without the jacket. $389.00

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Women's Sitka Gear Elevated II Fanatic Bib: Your sanctuary from the biting cold of the rut, the Fanatic Bib will keep you hunting all day long for that one fleeting opportunity. A Berber fleece face silences the GORE® WINDSTOPPER® barrier, and 133 g/m2 Primaloft® Silver Insulation traps in body heat. Rubber boots fit comfortably over the low-bulk hems, and lined hand pockets keep your digits toasty when used without the jacket. $389.00

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Sitka Gear Elevated II Incinerator Bib: A virtual walking sleeping bag that's 100% waterproof, the Incinerator Bib wraps the warm-when-wet Primaloft® Silver Down Blend in a 3-layer GORE-TEX® cocoon. Fully detachable side zips make for effortless on and off, while an array of strategically placed cargo, chest, and hand pockets keep your essentials at the ready. $499.00

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