A virtual walking sleeping bag that’s 100% waterproof, the 2015 Incinerator Jacket brings two crucial firsts to the whitetail world: It is the first whitetail jacket ever to be insulated with warmwhen- wet PrimaLoft® Silver Down Blend, and it’s the first jacket with a waterproof safety harness pass-through port. The 3-layer GORE-TEX® membrane is wrapped with a perceptibly quiet, lightly brushed face fabric, internal cuffs seal off heat leakage, and a RIRI waterproof front zipper ensures you’ll stay dry.
The Incinerator Jacket is our warmest whitetail top, locking you into a GORE-TEX® vault insulated with 7.1 ounces of PrimaLoft® Silver Down Blend – a down and synthetic hybrid that insulates even when wet. Essentially a walking sleeping bag that’s 100% waterproof, the Incinerator is built for extended motionless stints in the stand on the coldest days of the year, when deer feed heartily to keep their body temperatures up.
Designed to fit your body without layering over bulky fabrics like sweatshirts and jeans, the articulated patterning and minimal bulk give you freedom to move while keeping clear of your bowstring. It is shaped to fit over the Incinerator bib, and hangs between the length of a parka and a jacket. The 2015 Incinerator is built with the first-ever 100% waterproof safety harness pass through port, keeping your connection point comfortably in place without sacrificing separation from the elements. Internal cuffs seal off heat leakage, a RIRI waterproof front zipper ensures you’ll stay dry, and the lightly brushed polyester face fabric remains silent as you pivot into position for the shot. The drop-away hood design leaves your peripheral vision intact while holding in heat, and hangs comfortably down your back without pulling at your collar when not in use. Chest pockets and a grunt tube pocket keep the necessities accessible, while deep hand pockets lend additional warmth to frosty digits.
“Between my boys and I, we always hunt until the bitter cold end of whitetail season. I believe outside of the rut, there is no better time to harvest a mature whitetail. The challenge has always been keeping warm and staying on stand. With the development of the Incinerator Series, the issue has been resolved. I simply walk into my stand with the Core or Traverse layers on and when I reached my destination quickly and quietly slip on my Incinerator gear. You don’t even have to take off your boots because the pants have a great zipper system. Late season bucks beware!"
- Sitka Athlete Bobby Warner
Good clothing overall. I've owned the previous version and now this current 2015 version. The improvements over the last version are mostly welcomed. The addition of a through harness jacket is great. As always the gear pockets are fantastic with more pockets than I can use. I always look at my gear- GPS, range finder, grunt tube, flashlight, dragging rope, cell phone, hat, gloves, neck warmer, gear hoist and more- and think to myself there's no way I can carry all this stuff without a gear bag, but it all fits in the pockets with room to spare! I do miss the sleeve pocket on the previous version. The camo pattern is cutting edge as always. The shell material is as quiet as can be for waterproof clothing. I sat out in mid 30 degree weather and stayed completely dry. The clothing dried very quickly which impressed me a lot. It was still damp outside after my hunt and I wore the clothing home on a 20 minute rife and it was nearly dry in that amount of time so it tells me that the brushed outer doesn't hold much water at all unlike some heavier fleece material. The only con I have is the insulation. It wasn't very cold for this type of clothing as both of my sits were mid 30 degrees however I wore my merino wool under this and did not sweat up while walking in yet I could "feel the cold" by the end of my 4 hour sits. The insulation this year was used to cut down on bulk which I understand for transporting abilities but it definitely sacrifices some warmth in comparison to the pure down of the previous model, however that model was bulkier. It just comes down to insulation fundamentals, you cannot trap as much dead air-which is what keeps you warm-with thin insulation compared to thicker insulation. Personally I will have to layer up under this clothing to stay warm enough when the temps drop. Overall this is a great clothing line for the true hunter and I'm satisfied. You also will not get better customer service or even simple good conversation than these guys at Sitka. I appreciate their research and dedication to making and improving their gear.
The word that comes to mind when I review the Incinerator jacket is engineered. This isn't just a jacket slapped together, every single detail has been thought through. If your a hardcore whitetail guy this jacket will help you get through all day sits. I had originally bought the forest pattern but since upgraded to the EVII which hosts some very welcome changes. The jacket has cross seems preventing the primaloft from eventually falling down keeping your entire upper body warm. They have pockets heavily lined for keeping your fingers warm if you're wearing a thin glove which most bow hunters like to use. The hood is small and tight keeping it close to your face to prevent blind spots and also tight enough that a gust of wind won't blow it off your head. The hood is also lined heavily to keep your head warm, where the majority of heat loss occurs. They also have well positioned pockets for easy and ready access. The bottom of the grunt tube is meshed so that the sound produced isn't muffled and as natural as can be. Finally the back of the jacket has a small slit at the top allowing you to wear your safety vest inside your jacket and giving you max comfort while siting on your stand. I live in Northern Alberta where the winters get to -30 Celsius without windchill. Having Sitka in my closet is my biggest weapon at beating these hardy bucks come November.
The Incinerator suit is the best hunting gear I have ever purchased. I am from Northern Michigan and it is used sometimes for whitetail hunting but mainly used for predator hunting in the middle of the winter. We sit out on the edge of a lake in -20+ degree weather. I wear the Merino core, the Traverse and the Kelvin under my Incinerator suit. This clothing has given me much success because when other hunters are too cold and too wet I am able to withstand the conditions and continue hunting. When I first paid for the suit and the other gear I own from Sitka I thought I was crazy to pay the amount of money I did. However, these products are worth more than the asking price and I would highly recommend Sitka and the Incinerator suit to anyone who hunts in cold climates.
Bought the Incinerator Jacket and Bibs a few years ago for Late season Moose,Elk, and Whitetail hunting up here in Saskatchewan. It also does double duty for Ice fishing. Greatest cold weather gear I own. Outperforms the Helly Hansen winter gear as well. Last winter we hunted Moose in November and with a base layer and heavy thermal underwear, and an added Sitka vest underneath. There was no issues with pushing bush and standing point, then walking back to the truck as the Argo broke down, all in -35c weather. Everyone else was wet, cold and miserable. The added storage compartments are also an added bonus for extra gear you may need without having to use a pack. If your in search of a late season "extreme" Weather jacket / pants, look no further than the Incinerator series of clothing. Without question "THE BEST EXTREME WEATHER / WINTER GEAR MONEY CAN BUY".
Almost perfect. The jacket does most of what it should. I am a fan of all the storage and zippers as I carry a lot of gear. It fits well and I am able to more than comfortably shoot my bow. The zippers are very tight but as long as they keep the water out that's fine by me. The hood fits well and the entire jacket blocks the wind very well. My 2 areas of improvement are: 1) The down fill only goes to about 5" above the bottom of the jacket so there is no insulation past the waist line. This make it very easy to get drafts from this area up into the inside of the jacket. 2) There is no centered back tag location nor is there a harness slot in which to wear your harness under this garment. For a jacket of this cost these things should be standard being a higher fill down coat is available for less elsewhere for only 20% of the cost, albeit it may not have the features of this jacket. With a $600 price tag there's no reason this jacket isn't perfect.
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