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    Sitka Gear Stratus Pants

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    Product Description

    These Sitka Gear pants are perfect for when it's too mild to wear those hunting bibs, and too cold to wear early season pants. The micro check backer and WindStopper combination gives you just the protection that you need for chilly morning and cool evenings. The brushed face will ensure silent movement when you need it most. Don't miss that once in a lifetime shot due to noisy fabric during movement. Keep out the leaves and sticks by pulling the knee gasket over the top of your boots. Store your necessities in the side cargo pockets that are easily accessible on these camo hunting pants.

    DWR Finish
    WINDSTOPPER Technology

    WINDSTOPPER products shelter hunters from the adverse effects of bone-chilling winds. The WINDSTOPPER membrane works with our base layers to prevent overheating and perspiration build-up by allowing moisture vapor to easily escape. WINDSTOPPER fabrics offer soft, lightweight weather protection in one versatile and durable garment. Owing to its total windproofness and maximum breathability, WINDSTOPPER products will keep customers comfortable longer across a wide range of weather conditions and activities.

    Sitka Gear Mens Stratus Optifade Pant Features:

    • Optifade Forest Concealment
    • WindStopper with micro check backer
    • Brushed face for silent movement
    • Knee gasket pulls over boots
    • Side cargo pockets

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