The Mossy Oak Drystalker 2 Scent Stop Parka is sure to fool the eyes, ears, and nose of big game animals. The Drystalker 2 Parka features 100% waterproof-breathable Torrent technology, and the Scent-Stop anti-microbial technology destroys the bacteria that contribute to human scent. Two large chest pockets are great for stashing optics, and two lower cargo pockets hold extra gear. Handwarmer pockets keep you comfortable during extended outings, and the sleeves are cut for unrestricted motion while shooting and climbing.
Scent-Stop technology in the Mossy Oak Drystalker 2 Scent Stop Parka utilizes the most innovative anti-microbial technologies available today. The bulk of human odor is caused by the proliferation of bacteria on the skin. Scent-Stop uses a range of leading anti-microbial technologies, including Aegis Microbe Shield and Thermore Therma-Scent. Aegis Microbe Shield features an anti-microbial treatment that is molecularly bonded to the fabric to create a more effective and durable protection against bacteria growth. This process allows numerous washings of treated garments without impairing the effectiveness. Thermore Therma-Scent is a unique form of anti-microbial insulation that utilizes an electrostatic process to attract and neutralize bacteria within the insulation, creating a tremendous amount of surface area to control human scent.
TORRENT Technology is a waterproof breathable technology exclusively from Mossy Oak Apparel and is featured in the Mossy Oak Drystalker 2 Scent Stop Parka that allows you to stay dry and comfortable under even the most extreme conditions. A truly waterproof garment must keep water from getting in, but the garment also needs to allow the body's natural moisture to get out - so a garment must be breathable to be effective. The breathable factor is made possible by tiny pores in the fabric that allow moisture vapor to escape. TORRENT Technology delivers two different levels of waterproof. TORRENT- Garments with Torrent offer high waterproof levels to keep you completely dry during long periods of lower activity and large amounts of precipitation. These activities include a long rainy morning in a treestand, still hunting, walking short distances, and setting up periodically to ambush game.