RedHead® Mountain Stalker Elite Four-Way Trophy Jacket with Liner Jacket for Men
- Moves quietly, feels soft, incredibly tough
- 100% waterproof/breathable microtricot camo shell
- 200 gram ThermoLite® Insulation
- Gusseted action back
- 3 mm neoprene cuff
- Removable hood
- Inside double pocket
- Elastic cuffs with hook 'n' loop closures
- Liner has zippered sleeves to convert to a vest as needed
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by NHDan48 Great Value - Great Jacket Received the jacket just before a cold snap that took temperatures into the twenties. With the removable liner in, I had to leave the jacket unzipped because it was so warm. Bought for using at the range and hunting here in New England, gives great flexibility for use during three seasons. Cuffs on vest are initially tight because of the neoprene, but after several days wearing, they loosen up enough to make it easier to get your arms in, but stay tight enough to keep out snow and wet weather. Durable easy to take care of outer shell. Great buy for a great jacket!! December 4, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by zerohour714 Warm Jacket Great Jacket, has a removeable liner which is blaze orange. did not get to test the waterproof capabilities of this jacket. I was stand hunting in the low 40's and I was very warm! Would probably keep you warm down to the high teens. The only complaint, is the wristbands from the liner are made of a wetsuit like material which was rather tight around my wrists (I am 5'11 200 lbs). I put a wine bottle in each for 2 days to strech them out and it has increased the comfort considerably. For the money, I don't think you can beat this jacket. October 26, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Azhighlander Inner liner...sleeves are tight at wrist Great Jacket, Looks like it will be just the thing needed on those 24 degree mornings up in GA....what is good is that you can reduce down for warmer days...one point that has me not happy, wrists in the liner ...cannot get my hands through them. Took the sleeves out and will take them to a alteration person to change the wrist ....other than that, great buy... September 16, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sambardogman Good Purchase I use this coat while glassing for sambar and find it to be warm ,comfortable and weatherproof . It is very good value for money. The only fault I could find is that the liner coat has a very small fit around the wrist which make it difficult to remove once on. And I do not have large wrists by any means. September 16, 2012
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A:You could use it depending on the temps. If I were to use it in summer, I would take the liner out. The shell is pretty light, but would not want to wear it (the shell) in anything over 75 degrees.
Details:I am wondering what size to purchase I wear a large t shirt and I wear undergarments under my coats and all I do is Bowhunt. I dont want it to be bulky, but I also dont want it to ride up the lower part of my back when I am sitting in my stand.
Details:Also do the cuffs extend from the sleeves of the jacket like in the picture
A:The cuffs you see are from the linner jacket. And they do come out past the cuffs of the shell
A:The C.W.S has a camo liner jacket and the Elite has a blase orange liner Jacket also the C.W.S is a smaller cut overall.
A:The CWS parka is longer, and has no elastic at the bottom, this is so it can easily fit over your hips. The cws zip out inner jacket is camo. The mountain stalker is a "jacket" so it has elastic at the bottom so it holds snug around your waste. The trophy jacket zip out liner is Blaze Orange.
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