SITKA Design

Hunting is an exercise in humility. We might be at the top of the food chain, but when it comes to fair chase pursuits of species that evolved over thousands of years to survive relentless predators and the harshest conditions imaginable, we are simply outmatched in the wild...

Withstand the Wind

Understanding GORE® WINDSTOPPER® technology.

Stewardship

The future of hunting is more than just the future of our company. It's the future of wildlife, wild places, public lands and precariously balanced ecosystems. We believe in doing everything in our power to protect this future, and we invest heavily in conservation organizations across the country. But investing means more than just sending out checks.

Women's Gear

Every aspect of every product in the SITKA Women's line is built for the female hunter. With an obsessive attention to detail, we dedicated thousands of hours of research, design and rigorous testing toward one simple goal: to provide women with unequaled technical hunting gear that enhances the experience. State-of-the-art technologies combine with flawless fits to provide maximum comfort, effortless movement, lightweight durability, breathability, and ultimate protection from the elements.

Camo vs. Concealment: Through the Eyes of Prey

It's one of the oldest tricks in nature: blend into your surroundings to hide from predators or to stalk and strike prey.

The Dynamic Re-Warming Drill

As mountain hunters, we are conditioned to brave the elements. This is precisely why our apparel systems receive so much attention.

Subalpine

GORE OPTIFADE Subalpine is designed specifically for stalking and ambushing ungulates from ground level in vegetated terrain and is optimized for engagement ranges of 50 yards and less.

Randy Newberg Interview

On the HuntTalk Podcast, Randy Newberg interviewed our own John Barklow and Eric Gilmore, going deep on everything from pain points, to ideation, design, development, field testing, and the future of gear.

The Darkroom: Built with Purpose

If you walk into our design room, you'll hear our designers throwing around terms like "fit," "features," and "purpose built." But what does that even mean?