Tool Belt Whitetail Pack in Elevated II
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack in Elevated II
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack in Elevated II side view
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack
Tool Belt Whitetail Pack

Tool Belt

  • Whitetail : Elevated II
(8 Reviews)

Low-profile efficiency for the minimalist hunter in a hip pack with a removable Sitka Gear jacket and bib shoulder harness system.

600 cubic inches.
Hip Pack: 34 oz, Shoulder Strap: 7.5 oz, Pack & Straps: 41.5 oz

Product ID: #40084

Sizing Guide

Jacket & Tops Sizing

Size Chest Sleeve
Small 36 - 38" 33"
Medium 39 - 41" 34"
Medium Tall 39 - 41" 36"
Large 42 - 45" 35"
Large Tall 42 - 45" 37"
X-Large 46 - 49" 36"
X-Large Tall 46 - 49" 38"
2XL 50 - 53" 37"
2XL Tall 50 - 53" 39"
3XL 54 - 57" 38"

Pant Sizing (Inches)

Size Waist Reg Tall
30 30" 31"
31 31" 31"
32 32" 31" 33"
33 33" 32" 34"
34 34" 32" 34"
35 35" 32" 34"
36 36" 33" 34.5"
37 37" 33" 34.5"
38 38" 33" 34.5"
40 40" 33"
42 42" 33"
44 44" 33"

Pant Sizing

Size Waist Reg Tall
Small 28 - 30" 31"
Medium 31 - 33" 31" 33"
Large 34 - 37" 32" 34"
X-Large 38 - 41" 32" 34"
2XL 42 - 45" 32" 34"
3XL 46 - 49" 32" 34"

Dakota Pant Sizing

Size Waist Reg Tall
30 31" 31"
32 33" 31" 33"
34 35" 32" 34"
36 37" 32" 34"
38 39" 32" 34"
40 41" 32"
42 43" 32"
44 45" 32"

Glove Sizing

Size Palm Circ Length
Medium 8 - 8.5" 7.5 - 8"
Large 9 - 9.5" 8.5 - 9"
X-Large 9.5 - 10" 9 - 9.5"
2XL 10 - 10.5" 9.5 - 10"

Gaiter Sizing

Size Calf Circ Boot Size
M/L 17.5" US 6-10"
L/XL 18.5" US 10-14"

How to Take
Your Measurements


    Bend your elbow and put your hand on your hip. Measure from the center of the back of your neck, along the shoulder and down the elbow to the wrist bone.


    Take measurement under armpits, around fullest part of chest and shoulder blades.


    Measure around where you normally wear your pants, keeping the tape measure a bit loose or putting one finger between your body and the tape measure.

  • 4. INSEAM

    In a standing position,measure from your crotch to where you want your pants to end, breaking at the top of the shoe in the front and just above the heel in the back.

  • 5. GLOVES

    With hand partially closed, measure over the knuckles, around the hand, excluding the thumb.

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.

Fit Descriptions

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

  • P/F
  • S/F
  • E/F

    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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  • Imported

Product is Standard Fit, designed to be layered for versatility.

Tool Belt Features

Product Comments

8 Reviews
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Jeffery C Reeder
Reviewed On 11/14/2021

Love this pack. Suggest making this in Optifade pattern as well.

Jeff R.
Reviewed On 10/10/2021

Love this pack!

Reviewed On 10/08/2021

Ok first thing, Sitka hit this out of the park. I absolutely love this pack. For quick short hunts this is the bomb. If you're on the fence, get it. Absolutely recommend this to anyone that doesn't need a large pack.

Reviewed On 10/18/2020

Awesome! I’ve been waiting years for something like this. What about subalpine pattern?

Reviewed On 08/01/2020

I've been looking for a pack like this for my saddle rig. Minimalist profile but plenty of function and room to be my year round pack. Well done!

Richard Hines
Reviewed On 07/16/2020

This might be one of the coolest pieces that I have seen from Sitka. I currently have the Tool Box, Tool Bucket, Fanatic, and the Apex Packs and have liked them all. But this thing seems like a gamechanger!
I have liked the other packs and still plan to use them if needed as each has their own limitations. For this piece specifically, the "Phase 2" shoulder/back pack component feels like a college elastic laundry bag. (aka "you can fit everything in it")
By being able to pack everything need in the belt and separating your clothes on the trek in, I feel as though I wont have to sacrifice anything tool related "bow hanger, ozonics, grunt, etc" and keep my outer layer separate from the rest of my accessories.
With the other packs, more than once I pulled a jacket out from the tree, only to have a release or grunt call fall to the ground. I am excited to have this piece in my arsenal and can't wait until September!

Andrew dunlap
Reviewed On 07/12/2020

This is the best lumbar pack available. It’s quiet, well built with lots of pockets and options for storage. I’ve looked at several different brands of lumbar packs and this pack is by far the best and the price is a little higher than other top brands but it’s definitely worth the money with everything it comes with! The gear bag will hold my equinox pants, jacket, fanatic hoody and stratus jacket and with the extra straps on the bottom, I have the option of holding my climbing sticks or bibs but I’ve found that with the straps that go around the gear bag, you can loosen them up and stow the bibs on the outside of the gear bag. I’ve recommended this pack to everyone I know and anyone who has held it or put it on wants one. Great job Sitka gear!

Andrew dunlap
Reviewed On 07/09/2020

I’ve looked at a lot of lumbar packs over the last 2 years trying to decide which pack to get. Most lack in one place or another but this pack I’ve found to be ideal for the run and gun person, scouting or anything in between. It’s light weight, quiet and very comfortable. It has plenty of room for everything you may need in the woods. The apparel carry bag fit both my equinox pants, jacket, fanatic hoodie and stratus jacket. It also has straps on the bottom for carrying sticks or bibs. Best pack ever.

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