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Product Description

Sitka Stormfront Jacket

The newly redesigned Stormfront Series is fit to comfortably accommodate maximum layers on top of your cold and wet weather layering system, in an un-insulated shell form. Constructed with a GORE-TEX® laminate, the Stormfront Series is hunting’s go-to protection for extended wet weather protection, period.
The Stormfront Jacket is built for hunters and guides in sopping coastal regions who literally live in their rain gear. Constructed from a rugged three-layer GORE-TEX® Hardshell fabric, this is the most durable and abrasion resistant rain jacket in our line. It is ideal for extended wet-weather hunts in the thick, unforgiving willows of moose and brown bear country.

The uninsulated Stormfront Jacket breathes well in mild temperatures, but it’s fit to accommodate layers from the Kelvin Series underneath, so it can be used well into the coldest, most brutal months of far northern winters. All zippers are welded and watertight. The zippered hand pockets are placed higher than usual for two reasons: One, their contents are held clear of your backpack waist belt and, two, when you put your hands in your pockets, water flows off your elbows rather than into the pockets. Two chest pockets and two forearm pockets cache your necessities and keep them dry. The four-paneled hood can be stowed in a zippered collar pocket to keep your ears clear and the noise down when the action heats up. An extended tail keeps water shingling off your body and out of your pants when in the saddle or glassing on rain-slicked shale, and keeps wind gusts from penetrating your micro-climate. Rubberized cuffs seal out the deluge for when your arms can’t just hang at your side.

Reserved for extended periods of time in the most extreme, wet weather conditions, the Stormfront is ther most bombproof and livable rain jacket.

  • Severe weather protection
  • Articulated arms
  • Pit zips
  • Technology: Micro-taped and laser cut seams
  • Fabric Details: GORE-TEX® fabric, DWR finish
  • Colors: OPTIFADE™ Open Country Concealment, Moss
  • Sizes: M-2XL
  • Weight: 24.00 oz.


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. 100 % Waterproof 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd May 2019

    Bought this jacket and matching pants to fish in Scotland. Had it tested in a recent downpour and it does what it says on the label "Keeps the water out" my shirt was bone dry I bought the large jacket to ensure I could wear a shirt and a fleece under it in winter, which it will accomadate no problem as it's roomy enough to allow for this and the pockets are large enough to hold a box of flies it still let's me cast a fly line no problem. I've tried various manufacturers and this looks to be the best I've purchased, can't fault it so far and the service from the guys in Linton was 1st class given the distance involved in getting this over the pond.

  2. Great Jacket! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Jan 2015

    Seems like just the right mix of toughness and lightness. It also has the best arrangement of pockets and features that I've seen in a rain jacket. It's a joy to wear and is not as loud as most "shell" rain jackets. It does make a little noise, but I'm a bowhunter and it seems manageable to me. Quiet jackets have brushed cloth which hold water and eventually leak. The jacket is a little pricey, but you get what you pay for. KUIU, Yukon jacket is also excellent.., and quieter, and cheaper in price, but a little bit heavier weight (more durable) and pocket arrangement not as nice as the stormfront.