Heavyweight Bottom

Heavyweight Bottom

Whitetail : Elevated II
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(1 Review)

The Heavyweight Bottom is a foundational next-to-skin baselayer that keeps the lower limbs warm during long periods of frigid inactivity while wicking moisture when on the move. With a comfort stretch fleece for warmth and channeled construction for added breathability and moisture management, the Heavyweight Bottom is perfect for cold weather days spent in a layout blind, stand or glassing in the backcountry.


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Product is Performance Fit, designed for minimal layering.

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FEATURES & SPECS
  • GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Elevated II is designed for whitetail hunters in an elevated position.

  • Weight: 9.15 oz. // Size: L

  • Fabric: Heavyweight Comfort Stretch Fleece (93% Polyester/7% Elastane).

  • Polygiene® Odor Control Technology safely neutralizes odor caused from sweat.

  • Quick-dry, Comfort Stretch Lightweight Knit: Stay warm when the temperatures dip.

Breathability
Moisture Wicking
Warmth
Durability

Technology

Polygiene
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roger hall
Reviewed On 11/15/2019

I finally broke down and went all in on this sitka system, and other than the price, I could not be more happier. The heavy weight bottoms I wore from mid October on as my next to skin layer. Mornings get a little chilly in ne Ohio and they did a surprisingly good job of wicking sweat. Warmer than my merino wools, I'm a freeze baby, and I will buy another pair if I wear these out.

SITKA Team - 10.08.2019

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