Sitka Gear Subalpine Pattern

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Next to Skin Layers: Sitka Gear Subalpine

With short sleeves and a low-profile crewneck, the new Sitka Gear Subalpine 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 crewneck, the Sitka Gear Subalpine 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. Thumb straps. $69.00

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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. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. $119.00

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With light insulation and a high zippered neck for fine-tuning your microclimate, the new Sitka Gear Subalpine 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 light insulation for fine tuning your micro-climate, the Women's Subalpine 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 lofted fleece insulation and a form-fitting hood for added warmth and concealment, the Men's and Women's CORE Heavyweight Hoody keeps you from shivering on long, frigid stakeouts. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. The Sitka Gear Subalpine CORE Heavyweight Series is the next-to-skin foundation for static hunts in cold weather, with a body-mapped grid fleece backer that retains warmth while actively moving moisture away from the skin.  Permanent Polygiene® Technology neutralizes smell by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi.

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The Apex Hoody is a new Sitka Gear Subalpine piece that combines the benefits of merino wool and nylon in a specialized design purpose-built for big game pursuits. The merino-nylon blend offers natural moisture and odor management as well as comfort and noise reduction while retaining great stretch for navigating technical terrain. Reinforcement in the shoulders, arms and elbows will withstand years of abuse and removable elbow pads buffer long stalks and glassing sessions on unforgiving vantages. $219.00

The DWR finish resists light precipitation and prevents the face fabric from wetting out.
The zippered center pocket keeps necessities close at hand and organized for easy access.
The built in face mask deploys easily for complete concealment.
The removable elbow pads offer additional protection when desired.
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Ideal for hot weather hunting pursuits, the Sitka Gear Subalpine Ascent Shirt is lightweight, breathable and quick drying. Form fitting sleeves provide ample string clearance and two mesh backed, zippered chest pockets allow for ventilation and won’t interfere with binoculars. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. 

 $169.00

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The Core Silk Weight Boxer is Sitka Gear's lightest weight boxer designed to keep you dry and comfortable all day. $35.00

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With a gusseted no-bunch crotch and low-profile elastic waistband, the new Sitka Gear Subalpine 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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Styled like your favorite yoga leggings, the new Sitka Gear Subalpine Women's Core Midweight Bottom provides unencumbered movement and offers just enough insulation on chilly fall days without making you sweat. Permanent Polygiene® Technology neutralizes smell by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. $89.00

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With lofted insulation and articulated patterning, the new Sitka Gear Subalpine 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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New to Sitka Gear Subalpine, the Apex Pant is equipped to meet the dynamic demands of big game hunting. A soft micro-grid fleece interior balances warmth and breathability during varying levels of activity while a bonded polyester face provides weather resistance and noise reduction. Removable knee pads and internally divided cargo pockets add function and stealth to an adaptable pant ready to hunt from early season well into the fall. NOTE: Product will be available to purchase April 20, 2018. $209.00


Designed for hot days spent charging in the mountains, and early season endeavors, the Sitka Gear Subalpine Ascent Pant features meshbacked pockets for ventilation and an internal mesh knee pad pocket if added protection is desired.

Lightweight and ultra-breathable like the rest of the Ascent line, the Pant features a quick-drying, 4 way stretch brushed nylon fabric and anti-stink Polygiene® treatment to keep you cool when the heat is on. The Ascent Pant expels heat and perspiration to keep you comfortable as you chew through the early season miles.

Scrambling or bushwhacking through blown down timber requires zero restrictions. The Ascent Pant's low profile waist band won’t chafe or bunch, and articulated knees are shaped for hunters on the move. Knee pad pockets offer optional protection if desired, and all pockets are mesh backed for added ventilation, and a gusseted crotch provides full range of movement. $189.00

Sizes: 30R thru 35T
Sizes: 36R thru 44T

Light, warm, and tougher than gnarly scrub, the Mountain Pant specializes in moving fast in the mid and late seasons. For 2016, we rebuilt it from the ground up with a more precise fit and a newly-developed fabric, making rugged stalks quieter and more comfortable then ever.

Our most versatile pant has been redesigned with a new 4 way stretch textile and refined fit. A low profile waist minimizes bulk to prevent pressure points when carrying a pack, and contoured fit in the seat and legs allows for athletic movement. The legs are tapered to limit friction and noise, and we removed the heavy overlay scuff guard for maximum stealth.

The Mountain Pant is suspender capable and the streamlined belt loops accommodate a 1 ¾ inch belt. Articulated knees with removable knee pads offer added protection when climbing and crawling. Two zippered hand pockets and a zippered hip pocket keep small essentials accessible and secure, and two cargo pockets close with quiet snaps that won’t betray your position. $199.00

Sizes: 36R thru 44T

The Sitka Gear SubalpineThunderhead Pants are the perfect extension of the Thunderhead Jacket, featuring GORE-TEX® Laminate with a quiet, brushed polyester knit face for ultimate weather protection that gives nothing away. 

GORE-TEX® 3L LAMINATE: Waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX® 3-Layer laminate provides 100% waterproof protection sandwiched between a silent and hydrophobic brushed knit face and interior. 

ZIPPERED POCKETS: Safely cache necessities in a quiet, easily accessible pockets. 

DURABLE WATER REPELLENT FINISH: The DWR finish resists light precipitation and prevents the face fabric from wetting out. $269

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Insulation Layers: Sitka Gear Subalpine 

The Sitka Gear Subalpine Traverse Zip-T is an abrasion-resistant outer layer for mild days and an insulating mid layer for the cold. The durable knit outer face fabric protects a soft fleece backer that traps warm air to distance your skin from the elements. The half zip pullover construction with zippered chest pocket delivers a tailored fit. Sleeves break below the wrist with integrated thumb loops to keeping the shirt in place from ravine to ridge top. $149.00

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The Sitka Gear Subalpine  Traverse Cold Weather Hoody is critical for regulating your temperature. During periods of low exertion, the hoody is your insulating mid layer, and a high-loft Berber fleece backer traps body heat. When output increases and you strip to make it your outer layer. $199.00

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Lightweight and compressible, the Kelvin Lite Vest features PrimaLoft® Silver Hi Loft insulation in the body and lighter insulation under the arms for great temperature regulation. Wear as an outer-layer or under a shell to provide necessary core warmth. Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. $169.00

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Worn as an outer layer or underneath a shell, the Kelvin Lite Hoody is built for lightweight, all-over warmth. Filled with 80 g/m2 of PrimaLoft® Hi Loft Insulation to keep you toasty, the hoody is constructed with four-way stretch side panels to provide unsurpassed mobility and breathability. PrimaLoft® Hi-Loft Synthetic Insulation offers warmth without weight that is light and packs small. Delivering a puffier feel and a durable loft that will maintain its warmth for many seasons. Hi-Loft absorbs less moisture from the start while encouraging the passage of vapor to keep you from being cold or clammy. Polartec Alpha Active Insulation is employed in the side panels for additional mobility, comfort, and moisture management.  Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. $249.00

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A necessity for any true backcountry outing, the Sitka Gear Subalpine Kelvin Active Jacket features 80 gram Polartec® Alpha insulation for maximum versatility - an ideal outer layer in mild conditions and perfect insulation under a shell when the mercury plummets. Soft, quiet and breathable, this workhorse knows no off season. The Kelvin Active Jacket is single-minded in its intent: ultralight, packable and warm. This minimalist mid-layer wraps your upper body in 80 g/m2 Polartec® Alpha synthetic insulation, delivering highly efficient temperature maintenance even when wet. Zippered chest pocket secures your necessities and doubles as a stuff sack, while hand warmer pockets offer additional warmth. Designed to be worn under ultralight outer layers like the Dewpoint or Mountain Jackets, or as an outer layer in earlier seasons, the Kelvin Active Jacket is the cornerstone of your light and fast backpacking system. Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. $289.00

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A wall of seam-taped WINDSTOPPER® distilled to its lightest form, the Mountain Vest stands in defiance against backbreaking gravity and torrid gales. In your pack, it’s a ghost. But once deployed, it comes to life, delivering immediate wind protection and warmth to your core. Cut from the same fabric as the Mountain Jacket, the Sitka Graer Subalpine Mountain Vest is a light nylon shell that prevents convective heat loss from your core. A draw cord at the hem seals in warmth, and a DWR finish sheds precipitation. Hand pockets keep small essentials accessible. Perfect for the early to mid-season, the Mountain Vest boasts a minimal design for maximum versatility that always finds a place in your pack. $169.00

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With 250 grams of water-resistant, heat-trapping insulation wrapped in a resilient GORE® WINDSTOPPER® shell, the Sitka Gear Subalpine Kelvin Down WS Jacket combines maximum warmth, lightweight weather resistance, and minimal bulk. An upgraded brimmed hood sheds precipitation and new internal stash pockets provide easy storage. Highly packable and quickly deployable to endure frigid glassing sessions, the Kelvin Down Hoody is a dependable cold weather workhorse. NOTE: Product will be available to purchase April 16, 2018. $389.00


A necessity for any backcountry outing, the Women's Kelvin Active Jacket features 80 g/m2 Polartec® Alpha insulation for maximum versatility - an ideal outer layer in mild conditions and perfect insulation under a shell when the mercury plummets. Soft, quiet and breathable, this workhorse knows no off season. Sitka's lightest of insulation options, the Women's Kelvin Active Jacket is quiet, comfortable and breathable, designed to be worn from dawn to dusk through all forms of exertion levels. 

The Kelvin Active Jacket is single-minded in its intent: ultralight, packable and warm. This minimalist mid-layer wraps your upper body in 80g Polartec® Alpha synthetic insulation, delivering highly efficient temperature maintenance even when wet.

Your stalk may continue; there is no longer a need to shed layers to release excess heat. Polartec Alpha Active is a non-migrating lofted fleece insulation that offers superior breathability and moisture management garment a with a more open face or liner fabric. By keeping moisture vapor moving freely through the fabric it increases overall air exchange and drastically speeds up dry times. This advancement increases thermal adaptability in changing conditions and different phases of physical activity. Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. $289.00

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The Jetstream Jacket is durable enough for miles of abuse in granite terrain. Seam lines are strategically located to shed water for hours and keep you dry, all while the WINDSTOPPER® laminate stops those heat sapping winds right in their tracks. $329.00

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Rugged as the island from which it was born, the Sitka Gear Subalpine Kodiak Jacket is the ultimate in extreme and extended protection for rainy coastal climates. A knee-length durable 3-layer GORE-TEX® Pro laminate ensures complete waterproof coverage with the option of shortening the jacket to a standard length with internal snaps for unencumbered hikes. Pit zips easily allow instant relief from overheating. Four chest pockets are conveniently located to store essentials, and two reach-through pockets grant quick access to dry layers underneath. Whether breaking trail through soaked brush in pursuit of brown bear or enduring a torrential storm on the boat back to camp, the Kodiak Jacket has you covered. NOTE: Product will be available to purchase April 16, 2018. $549.00

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The Cloudburst Jacket is our fully featured waterproof shell that left no detail spared in its brilliant design. $349.00

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The newly redesigned Sitka Gear Subalpine Stormfront Series is fit to comfortably accommodate maximum layers on top of your cold and wet weather layering system, in an uninsulated shell form. Constructed with a GORE-TEX® laminate, the Stormfront Series is hunting’s go-to protection for extended wet weather protection, period. $599.00

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Soft, quiet rain gear for the big game hunter. The Sitka Gear Subalpine Thunderhead Jacket features a GORE-TEX® laminate for a superior water barrier and a quiet, brushed polyester knit face to keep you quiet whether you're busting through soaked brush or pushing through a mountain squall on a high-stakes ambush. $329.00

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Sleek, low profile and functional, the Ascent Vest provides quick access to essential gear when moving light and fast through the mountains. Pockets for rangefinder, wind check, GPS, spare release and bear spray keep you prepared for that once in a lifetime encounter. $139.00

One Size Fits All $ 139.00

Your orange vest should offer more than just the required inches of color. The Ballistic Vest makes shooting more comfortable with a reinforced foam shoulder pad and is treated with a Durable Water Repellent finish, making it an essential part of the Sitka rifle season system. $99.00

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