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Sitka Kelvin Lite Insulated Pant Discontinued

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$229.00
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$199.88 (You save $29.12)
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Product Description

Sitka Kelvin Lite Insulated Pant 

With full side zips, the Kelvin Lite Pant delivers instant warmth to your lower limbs without removing your boots. The Kelvin Lite Pant is the ideal outer layer for stationary periods, delivering warmth that’s light and compact enough to ride in your pack for all but the mildest high-country hunts. A plush layer of uncompromising 80 g/m2 PrimaLoft® Silver Hi Loft is sandwiched between light but durable 20 Denier rip-stop Nylon.

When the hunt calls for inactivity in front of the spotter or stove, just slip the Kelvin Lite pants on over your boots using the full-length side zips. When it’s time to cover more country, pack them away to keep your legs from sweating. Since high-mountain perches seldom go easy on gear, we built the Kelvin Lite pants with a reinforced seat and knees. The built-in belt allows you to customize the fit to your layering configuration.

 Weight

  • 17.6 oz.

Features

  • Reinforced Knees and Seat
  • Full Side Zips
  • Built-In Belt
  • Color: Open Country Camo

Technology

  • Primaloft® Silver Hi-Loft 80 G/M and 100 G/M

Fabric Details

  • 20 Denier Rip Stop

Tech Drawing

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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. Warmer Than Anticipated! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Mar 2018

    I bought these thinking I'd wear them for long glassing sessions. To date, I've worn them mostly on ice fishing trips as my primary insulation with a pair or Stormfront Pants outside of them. I've been amazed at the warmth they provide. Even on some mornings where the temps were 10 degrees or colder, I've been able to stay comfortable.