Incinerator Bib

Whitetail : Elevated II
(20 Reviews)

A virtual walking sleeping bag that's 100% waterproof, the Incinerator Bib wraps the warm-when-wet Primaloft® Silver Down Blend in a 2-layer GORE-TEX® cocoon. Fully detachable side zips make for effortless on and off, while an array of strategically placed cargo, chest, and hand pockets keep your essentials at the ready.


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

  • Weight: 47.2 oz. // Size: L

  • Fabric: Waterproof 2-Layer GORE-TEX® Laminate, Brushed Polyester Knit Face, Polyester Woven Lining.

  • Insulation: 6.8 oz. of 40% PrimaLoft® Silver Insulation / 60% 650-Fill Water-Resistant Duck Down.

  • Durable Water Repellent finish resists light precipitation and prevents the face fabric from wetting out.

Water Protection
Wind Protection

Features & Benefits

Cargo Pockets, Chest Pockets, Hand Pockets

An assortment of strategically placed pockets keep the essentials at the ready.

Full Side Zips

Waterproof side zips make for an easy on/off and offer quick ventilation when walking to the stand.

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

Lightly Brushed Knit Face

The lightly brushed polyester face fabric remains quiet, even in a frigid, silent forest when the slightest sound could ruin a hard-earned opportunity.

GORE-TEX® Technology

Garments engineered with GORE-TEX® fabrics are durably waterproof and windproof and very breathable — guaranteed. They provide reliable weather protection and maximized comfort in all weather conditions. Excellent management of perspiration leads to...

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PRIMALOFT Technology

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.

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Product Care 

Routine Care and maintenance ensures the optimum performance of your SITKA Gear/GORE-TEX®.
Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s care instructions –typically found on the inside tag.
- Use a front load washing machine and a down specific detergent such as ReviveX Down Cleaner Concentrate.
- Use warm water on permanent press or gentle cycle and rinse twice to ensure all cleaner has been removed.
- Do Not Bleach + Do Not Dry Clean + Do Not Iron
- See Care Guide To Better Understand DWR And How To Revitalize It.  

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Product Comments

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Ryan | 08. 20. 19
I bought the incinerator bibs and have been extremely happy with them. It's really remarkable how warm these bibs are for being so lightweight. I wore these bibs with Medium weight baselayers and pants down to 15 degree's without any issue. These bibs are very packable and have straps to keep them secured for long walks into your stand. Lastly, the fact these bibs are waterproof is another plus. I have set in rain for up to two hours and stayed 100% dried. Overall a super comfortable set of bibs.
SITKA Gear Customer Service | 10. 04. 18
Hey Doug - Thank you for your feedback. Please note that Canadian residents are required to pay Duties and Taxes on all items crossing the border. Duties and Taxes are issued by the Canadian Government and are standard. The Incinerator Bibs do tapper around the shin. We remove the insulation as the majority of whitetail hunters wear Rubber or tall boots. We design them this way so you can tuck the pant leg inside the Rubber boot if necessary. Thanks again - SITKA Gear CS Team.
Doug Eriksen | 10. 04. 18
I’m 6’4” 150lbs. Bought the Medium tall Incinerator Bibs after lots of searching. Here in Canada after shipping and exchange they cost almost $1000.. wow.. I understand paying this if they fit, but they don’t. Inseam is as stated (33”), but suspenders are wayyyyy too short for a “tall” coverall. And I don’t understand how they are rated for extreme cold when from the knee down there is zero insulation in them. Literally zero.
Sam | 09. 28. 18
I took the plunge on this expensive setup because I get cold easily. It’s very warm so that was worth it and i love the athletic fit of Sitka clothing. However, seriously, they should have tested this in the field for noise. It is a VERY VERY noisy outfit. The material latches on to any surface and the rubbing sound in the deer woods might as well be a welcoming parade with fanfare. I couldn’t move or twitch without a loud sound being made. Absolutely terrible. So, given the warmth, I now only use these for gun season hoping deer 150yds away can’t hear me. I had to spend another $1000 on Fanatic instead.
Ryan Lynch | 01. 12. 18
Hunting the volatile upper Midwest and great northern plains, you are often in a late season environment that throws everything at you. Wind, snow, freezing rain, and subzero temps. Sitting in a stand hunting, time equals opportunity. The more time you sit there, the more opportunity that your trophy makes their appearance. That’s what this bib was made for. It’s waterproof, it has the best insulation in its class, and it’s quiet, with Sitkas unmatched brushed finish that turns the top end breathable goretex layer into velvet. It’s easy to roll up and strap to your pack for the hike in and with its zipper design, even easier to put on over layers and boots once you get to your perch. Pockets are well designed to allow you to store what you need and keep it accessible through the day. And again, you will be able to stay out as long as you wish, no matter the weather. Lastly, these things last. Several ones and offs, boots pushing up against zippers, trees and branches rubbing against fabric, no issues. I own the first year produced bibs in EF1 still and they are going strong. The new EF2 version has handy strap built in to it for rolling up for travel. This bib is well worth the price tag. I assure you.
glenn | 01. 11. 18
I used my new Sitka clothing in the Cyclone Bomb the Northeastern US just endured. Along with a few well-placed hand warmers, the Sitka clothing kept me dry and warm in 7 degrees with 30 mph winds. On the third day pf hunting, in a balmy 19 degrees with 24 mph winds, I got a trophy Your Incinerator jacket, bibbs, gloves, and hood performed very well in those conditions.
marc | 01. 09. 18
Too bad there is not a 5th star! This is probably my best investment in hunting gear in years. It completely changed my perception of still hunting... hunted in the Shenendoah mountains in the -10, and was warm all the time. Even too hot as soon as I walked more than 10 minutes. Very practical and silent. I cannot imagine hunting without it now that i've tried it! Not to talk about my wife, who purchased a men's modeland is just crazy about it. You really need to coem up with a women's model! Thanks for the product.
Nicholas | 01. 05. 18
No better cold weather, stationary hunting clothing out there. You get what you pay for....the best.
Todd Agnello | 11. 28. 17
Best set of Bibs on the market, the morning started out cold and I was nice and toasty in my stand. Weather warmed up in the mid-day and the full length zippers made it extremely comfortable still. The full length zippers also made it very convenient to take pants off over muddy boots. Very packable, rolled up and fit right in. I recommend to anyone hunting whitetail in cold regions.
Timber Haint | 11. 07. 17
Well thought out and great pocket layout. The fit is great! VERY WARM! Easily handles late season Missouri deer (sunrise to sunset) in which temperatures can easily get into the single digits. Incredible and worth every penny!
Dr GR kluck | 01. 02. 17
My comment rests on the shell. I hunt geese in the snow and the snow sticks to the shell. This is especially true on the knees. I would like to say they are warm ,flexible and do not need a lot of clothes under. We are pass shooting in -10 f and 20 mph winds . Thanks for your product...Gene
snyper53126 | 12. 18. 16
Wisconsin late season bow @ 8 degrees to snowmobiling 25 below wind chills not one disappointment. could be quieter but wouldn't be as warm. Worth every cent. Core heavy weight to skin, Celsius jacket insulation, with equinox pant, carrying incinerator bibs , jacket, hat in tool box. all day any day. (cabelas predator boots)
James | 12. 12. 16
These bibs are for the true hunter who wants to sit all day in any weather I have had mine for three years now and they are still perfect worth every penny
Bill lehman | 11. 29. 16
Simple put the warmest set of clothes I've ever used. The best late season cold weather clothing for long sits in the whitetail woods. Love them!!
Ethan | 11. 17. 16
Best bibs I have ever owned, tough, light and warm. I have walked through some nasty stuff when coyote hunting for 3 years and I am yet to find a hole in them. I normally wear these for hunting and when I walk out to my stand, I know I am going to sweat so I carry them which other than the size of them, I don't even notice they are there. I have hunted and fished in some pretty cold, windy conditions and I am yet to get cold while wearing these, they fit over my muck boots perfectly to keep water, snow and cold out, but if i get to warm, i just zip up the sides and let everything air out. This is by far my favorite piece of clothing i own. When i get asked if its worth it, every time my answer is every penny and then some. I wear these for many different things so rather than buying 3 pairs of $250 bibs for different uses I can buy these and use them for everything! And any question about size, i wear a medium everything, i'm 5'10'' and weigh 150 lbs, these fit perfect with or without layering. if i was just the slightest bit taller i would defiantly go with the large.
andrew chadwick | 10. 13. 16
An excelent, warm set of bibs great for many applications. I use mine on long mountain sits waiting on Elk. They are light enough I can pack them in my bag and put them on when needed yet warm enough to keep me warm on the coldest late season days.
Jeff Caravan | 11. 15. 15
Bought the jacket and then the bibs, so far they are top notch and almost make all my other gear obsolete, but we all know we have our favorite garments for different applications. The Incinerator gear is NOT intended for stalks or walks to your stand. Very quiet and comfy in stand, and exceptionally warm during cool windy rainy days, very light and packable without the bulk. That being said the lowest temp I've endured was 38° and I was wearing layers as I always do. They are exceptionally warm no doubt, but the true test will be this RIFLE SEASON. I was hesitant because of reviews and cost, but if you are an AVID hunter, the INCINERATOR GEAR is for sit and stand hunts ONLY. The cost? Worth every penny to me when I can do all day Hunts and NO TIME WASTED. That alone is a cost factor of all HUNTING endurance. Time is money, time in the woods for the rut, you can break it down whether cost is the CONCERN. I'm glad I purchased this system and probably for the next few years. Again, the biggest test will be this RIFLE SEASON.. More on that later.. Be true to you, and treat yourself to gear for success, glad I didn't second guess.. Good Luck, you will not be disappointed..
Pete | 10. 20. 15
Purchased the under garments a few years back and they drastically improved my below average gear. Finally decided to pull the trigger on the incinerator system. Bibs and Jacket along with the neck gator and hat. Cant believe I waited this long to be comfortable in the freezing cold conditions of late season. I suffer from extremely poor blood circulation and as I get older (30)my tolerance for cold has killed my time in the stand. Not anymore! Thanks for the excellent products! will be purchasing some of the lighter gear as well as the rain gear first chance I get.
eben schaefer | 09. 06. 15
I also use these bibs with a Blizzard Parka. It is a great combination. I can layer these over long underwear for active hunting and cold weather. the full side zips allow me to dump heat when I am hiking and stay warm when I sit. They are light so I can pack them in on a long hike and put them over other layers for sitting in the worst weather. The crotch area could be gusseted a bit more. But as long as I wear them up high enough mobility is great. Pocket layout is good. This is a great product - highly recommended!
Marc Herold | 03. 02. 15
Great bibs with exceptional comfort and warmth. This past hunting season I paired the bibs with the blizzard parka and I was able to extend my time in the field simply because I could handle the elements better. It was like wearing a sleeping bag from my stomach down. I just can't express the flexibility and mobility I had when wearing them; typically I used to just layer up on long underwear, sweats, or anything I could get my hands on which hindered my flexibility. For example,I hunt using mainly tree steps or ladder steps, I have to be conscious of the spacing of my steps up a tree because as it gets colder, the less mobile I'm in my clothing. Using the layering system this year, along with the Incinerator, that was no longer a problem. So with this being said, the longer you can withstand the elements the greater your odds are of killing that animal you are pursing as we all know. Good luck and thanks Sitka team!! - M.I.BBSK
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Beyond the Layers - Athlete Jim Hole Jr.

SITKA Gear | 09.22.2019

In the deep winter freeze of the Alberta Bowzone, where late November temps can reach -40F, there are two considerations legendary whitetail outfitter and SITKA Athlete Jim Hole, Jr. prioritizes: keeping warm and completely silent to mimic the stealth and patience of an owl perched in a tree.

Beyond the Layers - Athlete Jim Hole Jr.