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What gear or system is right for me?

A SITKA system is made up of three layers: baselayer, mid/insulation layer, and outerwear which work together to solve the problems hunters face in the field.   Our System Builder, linked below, is a great way to walk through different gear for different engagements. read more

How do I wash and care for my SITKA Gear products?

You can find washing and care instructions for your product in the Care Guide linked below. read more

Can't find the product you are looking for or it's out of stock?

If a product is out of stock, simply enter your email address in the notification box after you select the product and size/color you would like to purchase. Once that product is available, you will receive a notification email. You can also check with local dealers in your area. read more

What are the differences between your fit descriptions?

PERFORMANCE FITDesigned for minimal layering. Whether an early season piece or already insulated this garment fits to prevent inefficiencies in heat retention caused by dead space.STANDARD FITDesigned to accommodate layering for more versatility from early to late season climates.EXPEDITION FITDesigned for maximum layering in the worst conditions. Cut roomier to accommodate additional ... read more

Can I pay for a non-warranty service of my Delta Waders?

EVERYTHING IS SERVICEABLE As the Last Wader You'll Ever Own, each and every part of our waders are serviceable. All material is workable for patches or tape, the suspenders can been lengthened or replaced, all seams can be repaired and re-taped, even the boots are replaceable. Please go to and look for Service/Non-Warranty options. SERVI... read more


What is GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment?

As GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Open Country continued to prove its effectiveness in the field, we quickly began to apply the OPTIFADE™ concept and technology to other pursuits. We developed a whitetail pattern specifically designed around the vertical environment of tree stand hunting. We created two innovative waterfowl patterns informed by research on the vision of ducks and geese ... read more

How does the GORE-TEX® membrane work?

The GORE-TEX® membrane has 9 billion pores per square inch, with each pore 20,000 times smaller than a water droplet. These tiny holes are too small for water and wind to pass through from the outside, which is how we can guarantee you'll stay dry and warm in a garment made with GORE-TEX® fabric. But these same pores are large enough for moisture vapor to pass through, so your body's ... read more

What's the life expectancy of a GORE-TEX® garment?

The GORE-TEX® membrane won't deteriorate with time, and our garments are guaranteed to be durably waterproof and breathable. Please use common sense and wear your garment for its intended use; i.e, don't wear a lightweight cycling jacket on a backcountry camping trip. If you maintain your garment properly, you can expect it to last. read more


GORE-TEX INFINIUM with WINDSTOPPER® laminates utilize an ultralight inner membrane technology that combines total windproofness with maximum breathability. Engineered for a wide range activities and weather conditions, our fabrics are so comfortable and versatile, they often become favorite everyday outdoor garments as well. read more

What's in Aerolite Collection Insulation?

The best thing about synthetic insulation is that it stays warm even in extreme, wet conditions. Until now, that reliability has come at the cost of bulkier and heavier products. Taking cues from one of nature's most effective insulators - trapped air - we saw an opportunity to make synthetic insulation lighter and warmer while keeping its warm-when-wet properties. Enabled by PrimaLof... read more

Why is the windchill factor important when I'm outdoors?

When the wind blows through a garment that's not windproof, it destroys the warm layer of air next to your skin — your microclimate. You start to feel uncomfortable almost immediately. Just think about how many times you've retreated indoors when the windchill temperature was -10° F/-23° C, even though the thermostat read 40° F/4° C. It's that windchill effect: it makes everything col... read more
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