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Whitetail: Vegetated Terrain: Open Terrain

Celsius Midi Jacket  

$249.00

Building off the Celsius quiet puffy series, the Celsius Midi packs a warming punch but stows away as next-to-nothing in your pack. Featuring 100 g/m2 of PrimaLoft® Silver Active insulation in a quiet nylon shell, this early-to-mid season insulator includes a safety harness pass-through port, thumb holes for easy layering, and tapered sleeves for clean draw cycles.

  • PrimaLoft
Environment:
Vegetated Terrain, Open Terrain
Scenario:
Elevated Ambush
Temperature:
Mild, Cool, Cold
Technology:
PRIMALOFT
Color:
Elevated II
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Features & Benefits

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Safety Harness Pass-Through Port

The safety harness pass-through port allows you to wear a harness closer to your body and add or subtract layers without removing the harness as conditions change.

Zippered Chest Pocket

Safely cache necessities in a quiet, easily accessible pocket.

Thumbhole Loops

Low-profile thumbhole loops allow easy layering by keeping sleeves in place.

Tapered Sleeves with Gusseted Cuffs

Articulated sleeves ensure a clean draw cycle.

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100 g/m2 of PrimaLoft® Silver Active insulation
Durable Water Repellent Finish

The DWR finish resists light precipitation and prevents the face fabric from wetting out.

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Product Comments
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Nic N | 01. 31. 19
Excellent jacket. When I first purchased the product I was expecting to use it as a base layer due to the thin design, but was very impressed. Just recently hunted in the polar vortex we have been experiencing in the states. I was hunting in single digit temps with only this jacket and a base layer underneath. Kept warm the whole day didn't get cold once! Super Super warm and quite!!
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Hacker | 12. 04. 18
This jacket may be the most versatile piece I have. It’s lightweight, packable, and very warm! I purchased this piece with intentions of wearing it as an outer layer in the 50s and 40s and then adding the Stratus jacket over top when things get windy or colder. I tested it out today (30s and snowing) with only a midweight layer and 145 merino underneath and stayed very comfortable but I believe it will shine as an insulating later (which is what it’s designed for) on days like today and colder. The fabric is very quiet and this thing is just awesome to wear. Think of it as a puffy without the noisy outer shell and less bulk. I’m 5’9,175, and the medium fits perfect. For reference, I am a size large in the Stratus but the fit is very similar. I chose large for the Stratus to have a little more room for layering underneath. If you already have the Stratus and need a little more warmth or just want a super comfortable piece that’s very versatile to add to your closet, look no further than the Celsius Midi.
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Kyle Null | 11. 21. 18
This was a great add to my system. I pack it now for every hunt it seems minus early early season. I have a medium and almost wish I had a large but it fits nice, I just would probably but it on as outer more in cold weather with larger size when wearing bibbs. I’m 5’10” 178lb and the medium fits great just with the bibbs I have to put it inside Bibb not to feel like it’s stretched skin tight. With that said they didn’t design it to be an outer so it’s perfect for what it’s designed for. Mild/low wind weather I wear it with a fanatic hoody it’s money, normally throw it on after I get settled and that warm feeling from walking in and climbing has gone way. Cool to cold with wind it’s under my stratus jacket, rain under my rain gear. Like I said do all layer piece for me. I will beg and second the motion to please make a set of midi pants as a under layer for the stratus and fanatic bibbs. Just stick a warning label not designed for brush and briar walk ins to offset a warranty claim. I’d wear then in on non brush/briar walks and layer at tree for cold all day sits, or all day rain sits in cooler/cold weather. I wear a base layer and equinox pant now, these pants would probably cut one layer of waist bulk and just be good with merino underwear. So my 2 cents buy the jacket, and beg gore for a pant set to match!
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Dustin K | 11. 17. 18
This is my favorite piece of Sitka clothing I own. I hunt whitetails in Iowa and this coat is versatile enough to be worn as an outer garment during cool early season hunts and a layering piece during the cold late season hunts. This coat always goes with me to me tree stand... period. It is extremely quiet, warm for its weight, and I love the thumb holes in the sleeves for when I wear it under my Fanatic coat. If you're into Sitka gear and hunt whitetails in the Midwest, this is a "must have". Two thumbs way up!
DJ
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Dwayne “Bones” Johnson | 11. 15. 18
I wore this jacket as an insulating later underneath my fanatic vest this year whitetail hunting. After hours in a treestand in very cold Wyoming weather this jacket performed flawlessly!! Very quiet with just the right amount of insulation. I really like the form fitting sleeves and the thumb hole cuffs are awesome!! Great as a layer or by itself. I found it very similar to my favorite Subalpine active jacket. Fit was true to size. Can’t say enough good things about this jacket along with all my Sitka Gear!! Never disappointed!! Thanks guys!!
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John K | 11. 07. 18
After wearing and using Sitka gear extensively for the past 5 years this new piece has to be my favorite. It’s dead silent, light weight, very warm and packs down to nothing in my pack. I’ve taken this jacket on every hunt I’ve been on this year. On mild days I wear it as a outer layer over my core lightweight and heavyweight hoody. Then on colder days I layer it under my fanatic set. The amount of extra warmth it brings you on those extremely cold days is just what I needed! The only downfall is the face fabric is not very durable but it’s not designed as a brush busting piece. Now if they will only make these in a pant for under the fanatic bibs I will be extremely happy!
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S B | 11. 07. 18
Awesome jacket, definitely my favorite piece in my system. I use it as a mid-layer or while walking in to my stand. Using it stand alone, under my stratus, or under my fanatic I have been comfortable in my stand from 60 degrees down to 20 degrees with wind so far this season.
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Warren R WhiteKnight | 11. 06. 18
Very warm for its weight. Does well with light precipitation. Fits true to size, I'm 6'3'' 190 lbs and a large is perfect. Main issue is the sleeves from elbow down are extremely tight and narrow so they ride up when you wear it under a shell, and this also makes it very hard to wear more than 1 layer underneath. I have worn this jacket under the Goretex rain shell and it is a pain to get the sleeves to fit right. The narrow sleeve ends also mean you have to have an over glove otherwise with normal glove you will likely have a bare skin gap at your wrist. Neck is not as tall as it should be, or it should be adjustable with a pull string which it is not so you need a gator in the wind.
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C M Davis | 10. 30. 18
This jacket is legit for its weight. I was really surprised how warm it is. I have worn this jacket in 30 degree weather with just a fanatic hoody underneath and stayed warm. It does great with blocking wind too. Will def be a go to piece in cold weather.
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Raymond France | 10. 15. 18
Fantastic addition to the Whitetail line up! This jacket is comfortable and impossibly light, especially when you realize how warm it actually keeps you, it's just amazing! The tapered sleeves are excellent for being able to easily slide your hands into the front pockets, which feels like they have hand warmers built in! I also really love the fact that you can snug up the bottom of this jacket without ever having to take your hands out of the pockets, the adjustment cords are built inside them, which to me is ingenious, and means less movement and no more dangly adjustment straps hanging around my waist! The chest pocket provides plenty of room for my range finder and release. Which the added harness pass through, this will now be my go to outer layer for most, if not all, the rest the season!
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Jordan Miller | 09. 12. 18
The Celsius Midi is obviously a new piece for this year so I plan on submitting a follow up review after the season. First impressions of the jacket though are incredible and I'm blown away by the functional movement married with the insulating properties of this lightweight piece. A perfect brother to the Kelvin Active for the tree-stand hunter with the addition of longer sleeves which mitigates the bunching up of gloves when the cuff meets the sleeve. Compressed sleeves for a clean draw cycle and easy layering might make this piece a new favorite of mine when October rolls around.
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Product Technology

PRIMALOFT

PrimaLoft® products are the ultimate in insulation technology for hunters. Ultra-fine fibers are engineered to retain maximum warmth even when wet, and create a product that is quiet and less bulky, allowing for greater freedom of movement.