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Sitka Dewpoint Jacket Discontinued

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Product Description

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Sitka Dewpoint Jacket is for the ounce counter, back country minimalist gear heads will make space for the lightest-weight, packable rain solution. Built with 2-way stretch GORE-TEX® fabric and a minimalistic mentality, the Dewpoint will soon be in every bivy hunters hunting pack. 

- 2-Way Stretch
- Welded water tight zippers
- Open mesh pocket doubles as stuff pocket

  • Technology: Micro taped seams
  • Fabric Details: GORE-TEX® Shell with stretch, DWR finish
  • Sizes: M-XXL

Weight: 13.60 oz. (2 0z lighter than Stormfront Lite)


Warranty Information

Sitka Products are warrantied for materials and workmanship for the life of the product. Sitka will try to repair damage caused by normal wear and tear at a reasonable cost. Contact Sitka direct for product warranty and further information.
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Product Reviews

  1. Stormy Iceland 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Oct 2016

    Superb jacket that withstood a rigours test this weekend in Iceland. Ice cold wind blowing, snowing and raining. Very lightweight and breathable, which is what I was looking for.

  2. best in weight and in pack. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Dec 2015

    It's the best rain backing jacket. it's loud for hunting- stalk and not built to wear hours through rough terrain.

  3. Not for me 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Jan 2015

    This jacket is like a race car built for a very specific track. It's super light, but you pay for the lightness with a very thin jacket that I seriously doubt would hold up to a 200 yard belly crawl over granite or lava rock. In my opinion it's not built to hunt in all day, but only to put on while it's raining and while you are being very careful not to rip it on something. It's also loud. It would be a danger to wear while bowhunting unless rain was dampening the noise of the cloth. I own the stormfront and also KUIU Yukon and Chugach raingear. The Chugach is light while still retaining some toughness and also has better pockets. I'd use the stormfront whether packing into wilderness or hunting on the back 40; having a secure shell is serious business.