High Country Hoody

High Country Hoody

Everyday : Travel
$229.00 $183.00
(3 Reviews)

The lightweight, packable warmth you expect from an insulated hoody with added durability to hold up to the rigors of the road and trail. The High Country Hoody can be worn as outerwear or layered over and worn as insulation. Ample PrimaLoft® Silver insulation in the body ensures core warmth and lighter insulation in the sleeves reduces bulk and provides a free range of motion.

  • Size:

Product is Standard Fit, designed to accommodate layering for more versatility from early to late season climates.

  • Color:
  • SITKA Black Bark Cargo Midnight Shadow




High Country Hoody

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John M.
Reviewed On 04/08/2019

Versatile jacket! Great layering piece or stand alone jacket. Purchased this for everyday, camping and fly fishing use. Seems to adapt to my insulation needs. Paired with the Gravelly Shell and a Core Heavyweight Hoody you are set all day for any weather situation. Purchased the XL, fits well with plenty of room for layers. I'm 5'10", about 185lbs. Can't wait to use it this summer on a camping/fly fishing trip in Wyoming.

Reviewed On 01/25/2019

I wore this comfortably around NYC in 5* weather with a wind chill factor of -10 with nothing more than a short sleeve t- shirt under it, and was way warmer than my wife who was bundled up in multiple layers and scarves. I will most definitely continue wearing this around and will more than likely get another for the hunts.

Kyle Hanson
Reviewed On 09/05/2018

My new favorite puffy for casual wear. I've been waiting for a piece like this one to come out, ordered Cargo color size Large. Every other top from Sitka I've purchased has been a size Large for reference. This jacket is a keeper for sure. Everything is just about right for a minimalist casual puffy hoody. The cut is great to wear a shirt and fleece layer underneath, however not too "boxy", the color is just plain cool, and the quality is what you would expect from Sitka Gear.

John Dudley - 04.10.2019

Owning the Off-Season

A good coach once told me that “being lucky” is actually just being prepared. It was a valuable lesson and one that also applies to the backcountry. Now is the time to prepare with a purpose, not the week before the season starts.