Fahrenheit Vest
GoreTex Infinium

Fahrenheit Vest

Waterfowl : Marsh
$199.00
(7 Reviews)

Core warmth is key when opposing weather changes your hunting situation. The Fahrenheit Vest is a windproof mid-layer that features lightweight Primaloft® Silver Down Blend insulation with a GORE-TEX INFINIUM with WINDSTOPPER® membrane. The cut is slim enough to wear under heavier layers, but the woven polyester rip stop face fabric is tough enough to stand alone. No-Cold-Spot quilting keeps heat evenly distributed and down insulation in place.


  • Size:

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

We have received all of our inventory this season. If your size is out of stock, please check with a local retailer.

FEATURES & SPECS
  • GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Waterfowl Marsh is designed for layout and blind hunting in the marsh, standing crops, and cut stubble fields.

  • Weight: 12.4 oz. // Size: L

  • Fabric: GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ with WINDSTOPPER® Technology, Woven Polyester Ripstop.

  • Insulation: 5.3 oz. of PrimaLoft® Silver Down Insulation Blend.

  • GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ with WINDSTOPPER®: Offers complete windproof protection through a durable, lightweight, and breathable membrane.

  • PrimaLoft® Technology: PrimaLoft® products are the ultimate in insulation technology for hunters. Ultra-fine fibers are engineered to retain maximum warmth even when wet.

Warmth
Breathability
Wind Protection
Durability
Water Protection

Technology

GoreTex Infinium
PrimaLoft

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Product Comments
7 Reviews
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RBS
Reviewed On 12/06/2019

Very warm insulation vest. I have to do alot of walk in hunts, wading through swamps, setting up blinds when we get there, etc. In other words, I build up a sweat, so I can throw this on once I'm done & it really does the job. I have been wearing vests duck hunting for years, I won't be looking for a better vest again, I dont think can be beaten!

Justin
Reviewed On 03/05/2019

I bought this vest to layer with my Delta wading coat and find this to be one of my goto items for daily wear. It’s more then warm enough on long days in the blind or great for everyday wear. I was amazed on how well it stops the cold Atlantic winds here while seaducking

Brian Jeno
Reviewed On 01/09/2018

The Fahrenheit vest is everything you could want in a layering piece. Light, warm and packable. I layered this the gradient hoody, and dakota jacket and have hunted the coldest weather we have seen in decades in our area. Low teens is cold for us here in NC. This a piece of gear that I will always have in my bag for any trip I take. Highly recommend this vest.

Kit
Reviewed On 11/08/2017

The garment is everything expected from Sitka. Only the finest quality in performance and materials. One of the warmest vests for the weight imaginable. The only issue I had with it is the sizing. I am about 6'3 and about 220 pounds and the vest fits very well through the chest and torso but it was very short in the front. The back has an extended cape which keep your lower torso warm, however in the front it was about 2-3 inches too short sitting well about the waist. If you are under 6ft tall I'm sure this is not an issue at all it it definitely could be improved on for us taller guys.

Wes
Reviewed On 02/06/2017

Perfect for warm weather all the way down to freezing temps. This vest keeps your arms free and core body warm!

Bob Farrell
Reviewed On 11/10/2016

I have been very happy with this piece. Great mid layer for cool mornings. Would recommend to others.

PJ Clemens
Reviewed On 11/01/2016

This Vest is by far the best vest for the money on the market. I am a Pro Dog Trainer and on the cool nights airing dogs before calling it quits I always find myself grabbing this vest!!! great product and great customer service. Thank you Sitka for such a great product!!!!!

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