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Product Description

Sitka Jetstream Jacket with Windstopper 

Sitka Jetstream jacket is constructed with Gore’s WINDSTOPPER® laminate, the Sitka Jetstream Jacket is a no brainer for cool wind protection.  Soft shell fabric facing allows a smooth and almost seamless finish, and helps to ward off a light drizzle and snow flurries.  A guide’s best friend, this jacket is a treat for glassing sheep on a wind-blown ridge or stalking into a north wind.  It is durable enough for miles of abuse in the mountains. Seam lines are strategically located to shed water for hours and keep you dry, all while the GORE® WINDSTOPPER® laminate stops those heat sapping winds right in their tracks.


  • Windproof stretch soft-shell
  • Increased breathability
  • Fully articulated arms
  • Full front zip
  • Melco tape accents


  • 0 CFM rating, Breathable
  • Fabric Details: WINDSTOPPER® Softshell
  • Weight: 25.30 oz(1.58lb)



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. my new favorite jacket 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Feb 2018

    I really like my new jetstream jacket. The light weight with the windstopper makes it a joy to wear. I definitely like the quietness.

  2. Jetstream Windstopper 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Aug 2016

    I have had the Jetstream jacket for over a year now and it is by far my favorite for late fall and winter hunts. The Windstopper technology works great when sitting and glassing for hours, wind chill is not an issue. It's not overly insulated so you can stay comfortable in 60 degree weather. As a Gore field tester I am extremely pleased with the performance of this product!

  3. l 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Jan 2016

    All Sitka gear is the best hunting clothing you can buy. This jacket is very versatile but not for very cold hunting.

  4. best camo coat yet 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Mar 2014

    I recently had an opportunity to wear my new sitka jetstream jacket. It was windy and 30 degrees with snow on the ground. It completely blocked the wind. The hood functioned and fit very well. I only wore one long slee ve cotton shirt underneath it an I was comfortably warm the whole time I was outside. The fit was perfect, I am 6'1" and 195#. I could have put on one more long sleeve shirt and a Dakota vest under it if the temp was colder. I can highly recommend this jacket to anyone looking for a high quality lightweight hunting jacket.

  5. Jet Stream Jacket review 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Feb 2014

    This jacket is absolutely great. It will keep you warm and does as is specifies: it keeps the wind out. This is a lightweight jacket and has a great slim fit. This jacket moves with you when you move. It has several pockets for storage, and the front pockets are lined to warm up your hands. The only drawback is that if you wear a sweater, it will drag when putting on the jacktet. However, once on, this is a great jacket and highly recommendable.

  6. Love it 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Oct 2013

    Light weight and warm. Fits easily into the pack when day warms up. Especially like location of pockets, comfortable for reaching into and warming hands.

  7. As described in ads 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Oct 2013

    On a recent hunt in CO used the jacket when the weather turned foul and stayed comfortable all day.

  8. Light, windstopper with ventilation 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Oct 2012

    My wife got this for me a birthday present. So far I get the most use out of it it early morning and evening using it on it's own without insulating layers. It is lightweight and blocks *most wind. It's great at blocking wind but if the overall air temp is actually too cold, then you need the insulating layers of course. The pit zips are one of my favorite features because I may not want to take the entire jacket off, yet still cool down a little bit when on the move. The front pockets zip open to offer additional ventilation through the mesh layer inside. The hood seems to stay out of the way when I don't need it and also is adjustable in number of ways. The wind blocking properties are good in conjunction with the insulation with make for a very effective for the environment I use it for: windy with mist/heavy fog/very occasional snow flurries with constantly fluctuating temperatures. I went through a sustained 15 minute slow light rain this week while on the move with it and the water didn't get inside. The hood blocked the rain from my face effectively too. The soft material inside is comfortable when using it as a single layer.