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Sitka gear #7761336 03/02/20 09:36 PM
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I'm sure that most of y'all don't have social media because this forum is mainly boomers, but if you have ig, go check out sitka's latest hunt giveaway.

And yes guys, their stuff is worth the money.


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Re: Sitka gear [Re: KWood_TSU] #7761420 03/02/20 11:20 PM
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Told the wife I was thinking of buying their zipper waders bolt


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Originally Posted by RayB
Told the wife I was thinking of buying their zipper waders bolt



I will be, but I'm waiting for the new ones to drop.
Get on Facebook though and find some sitka buy sell pages. Save you a few dollars.


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Re: Sitka gear [Re: KWood_TSU] #7761483 03/03/20 12:47 AM
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I was somewhat anti Sitka until I got the Duck Oven jacket and Im hooked.


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Re: Sitka gear [Re: BradyBuck] #7761497 03/03/20 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by BradyBuck
I was somewhat anti Sitka until I got the Duck Oven jacket and Im hooked.



Same. I started real small, just a little winter cap. Loved it. Goy a heavyweight zip t this year, freaking awesome. Makes layering and staying warm much easier.


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Re: Sitka gear [Re: KWood_TSU] #7761502 03/03/20 01:11 AM
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I startled with a mountain jacket. It was so well made I know have a bunch of Sitka gear. It is the best I have ever owned.

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Originally Posted by KWood_TSU
Originally Posted by RayB
Told the wife I was thinking of buying their zipper waders bolt



I will be, but I'm waiting for the new ones to drop.
Get on Facebook though and find some sitka buy sell pages. Save you a few dollars.

Sitka answered an e mail I sent, the new stuff will be available in July, the zip waders in 3xl for my FB


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Kuiu is better


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Originally Posted by beaversnipe
Kuiu is better



I disagree


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At least they're warm! Lol.


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Found that online the other day and thought it was pretty good. Disclaimer-I don’t own a single piece of Sitka gear. Too rich for my blood. I manage with my (now) old school Drake gear.

Walked into a high dollar duck club this past season and the place was nothing but Sitka. Funny thing, their lead guide was running a mix of about 10 dozen old beat up game winner decoys. Made me laugh about all the decoy snobs.

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Originally Posted by 68A
Found that online the other day and thought it was pretty good. Disclaimer-I don’t own a single piece of Sitka gear. Too rich for my blood. I manage with my (now) old school Drake gear.

Walked into a high dollar duck club this past season and the place was nothing but Sitka. Funny thing, their lead guide was running a mix of about 10 dozen old beat up game winner decoys. Made me laugh about all the decoy snobs.



I thought it was too rich too, until I tried it. I can't afford it all, but I'm finding a way to afford base pieces. Probably pick up the Dakota hoodie before it gets cold next winter.


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If your just looking for under layers that dont need to be came the absolute warmest stuff I've ever come across in New Zealand merino wool/possum blend. It's expensive stuff but its warm. Possum hair ranks up there with polar bear and artic fox as the world's warmest hair.


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I guess y'all hunt places a lot colder than me. I think last year there was one hunt in the teens and a few in the low 20's. My plain old Cabela's gear, which I used to consider kind of uppity, kept me plenty warm. I can't recall being cold enough to wish for more or better clothing in many years.

Then again, I am more naturally insulated than most... so I guess I don't understand. I mean... warm is warm, right?


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Originally Posted by LarryCopper
I guess y'all hunt places a lot colder than me. I think last year there was one hunt in the teens and a few in the low 20's. My plain old Cabela's gear, which I used to consider kind of uppity, kept me plenty warm. I can't recall being cold enough to wish for more or better clothing in many years.

Then again, I am more naturally insulated than most... so I guess I don't understand. I mean... warm is warm, right?


With Sitka, it's about warmth and comfort without the bulk.


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Originally Posted by KWood_TSU
Originally Posted by LarryCopper
I guess y'all hunt places a lot colder than me. I think last year there was one hunt in the teens and a few in the low 20's. My plain old Cabela's gear, which I used to consider kind of uppity, kept me plenty warm. I can't recall being cold enough to wish for more or better clothing in many years.

Then again, I am more naturally insulated than most... so I guess I don't understand. I mean... warm is warm, right?


With Sitka, it's about warmth and comfort without the bulk.


I agree with that last statement when looking at their waders, basically like wearing not insulated breathables which is always nice. But most of their stuff is not any less bulky what what i have in nat gear.

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Kuiu is better



I disagree

Have you tried any of their gear?



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Kuiu is better



I disagree

Have you tried any of their gear?


Kuiu gear did well for me in Colorado this past season.

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Originally Posted by RayB
Told the wife I was thinking of buying their zipper waders bolt

Originally Posted by KWood_TSU
Originally Posted by RayB
Told the wife I was thinking of buying their zipper waders bolt



I will be, but I'm waiting for the new ones to drop.
Get on Facebook though and find some sitka buy sell pages. Save you a few dollars.


I’d buy Simms before I bought those waders.

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