Core Neck Gaiter

Core Neck Gaiter

  • Big Game
(9 Reviews)

Lightweight and ultra-breathable, the CORE Neck Gaiter keeps the sun off your neck and pulls up for concealment when things heat up.

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Product is Performance Fit, designed for minimal layering.

Performance Fit

Fit Guide

SITKA Gear engineers gear with a specific Fit and intended end use in mind. These functional designs provide the user with authentic garments for the right situation. We can communicate our Fit descriptions in 3 different ways. Keep in mind that each garment will allow for layering in accordance to the garments place in a system and described Fit.


    Designed for minimal layering. Whether an early season piece or already insulated this garment fits to prevent inefficiencies in heat retention caused by dead space.


    Designed to accommodate layering for more versatility from early to late season climates.


    Designed for maximum layering in the worst conditions. Cut roomier to accommodate additional layering underneath.

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  • POLYGIENE Technology: Layering is a science with our CORE system of next-to-skin products. Each of the fabric weights—light, mid, and heavy—wicks away moisture to keep you warm and dry, while Polygiene® technology safely and permanently neutralizes odors using naturally antimicrobial silver salt.



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Reviewed On 09/23/2019

I own over 100 Sitka items. I would rate most all of them 5 stars, and none of them less than 4 stars, but this item just doesn't cut it. It's tapered with the end going around your face being the smaller end. Way too tight and very little give. Save your money...

Andrew Olsen
Reviewed On 10/23/2018

This thing is awful in every way. Where do I even begin? ok, here goes:
-Directional! This means you can only put it on in one direction, so if it's upside down it's way too tight and this rubbery material barely stretches. If it's right side up it falls off the face leading me to the fact that
- Only camo on one side, the other is bright white! which is exposed as soon as it falls off.
- This material might breathe in some other application but it certainly does not breathe in this one! YOU CANT EVEN BREATHE THROUGH THIS RUBBER LIKE MATERIAL!
- Imagine the condensation if you had a sandwich bag for a neck gator and you have an accurate idea of what it's like to wear this.

Reviewed On 04/09/2018

This is a decent face mask.

Pros: very breathable, helps wick sweat when worn around the neck.

Cons: The elastic band that keeps it up can be a bit awkward and uncomfortable at times, especially when wearing up high on the face to conceal. The fact that it is bright shiny white on the under side is a bit frustrating.

Reviewed On 02/11/2018

Lightweight and pretty breathable. It doesn’t wet out nearly as fast as other neck gaiters, but not breathable enough for nonstop use. Insane camo surcharge for what is literally a cylinder of fabric. You pay to match the rest of your gear I suppose.

Stewart Steel
Reviewed On 12/19/2017

Excellent neck concealment with the Sitka Gear Subalpine gator wrap.

David Alexander
Reviewed On 10/17/2017

No camo on the back face of the fabric so it's exposed almost solid white when it's around your neck if you don't manage it constantly. And there is almost no stretch so it's either too tight and hurts to wear or it is falling off your face. Gaiters need to stretch. Would be better in merino, especially at $40.

Reviewed On 02/06/2017

Great for added concealment on any hunt! Fits very well and stays tight and snug without always wanting to fall off. Also, this piece is very comfortable.

Reviewed On 01/10/2017

Very lightweight and comfortable. Stays up on your face without having to constantly adjust it as well. Nice piece by Sitka!

Ray nichols
Reviewed On 11/24/2016

Nothing is ever perfect but, This neck gator works great for cool mornings hunting to keep the breeze of the neck to warm sunny days fishing to keep the sun off your neck.

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Sitka Athlete Tom Foss - 12.16.2014

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