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The Kelvin line, the warm stuff!

 
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Old 07-10-2012, 11:18 AM
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The Kelvin line, the warm stuff!

Hello board members, today we are showing you the infamous Kelvin line, known or its high quality and high heat to weight ratio! This is a toasty line of gear for the cold days in the high country.


Sitka Gear Kelvin Jacket

Worn as an outer layer or underneath a shell, the Kelvin Jacket is filled with Primaloft® Insulation and is designed to distance the atmospheric climate from your skin to allow you to stay toasty.
- High heat-to-weight ratio
- Tightly woven polyester face
- 170 g/m2 PrimaLoft® Sport Insulation
- Articulated patterning

Technology: PrimaLoft® Sport Insulation
Fabric Details: High count polyester weave

Colors: OPTIFADE™ Open Country Concealment, OPTIFADE™ Forest Concealment, OPTIFADE™ Waterfowl Concealment
Sizes: M-XXL
Weight: 28.00 oz.

Sitka Gear Kelvin Pant

When you need to stay warm, and can appreciate the flexibility in layering for more heat, add the Kelvin pant to your quiver. The Kelvin Pants are form fitted to layer easily under pants or a shell, with zippers on the lower legs to make it easier for getting over boots. Very basic pockets to keep weight down, and a sleek, built-in belt to cinch down when you need it.


- Tightly woven polyester face
- 170 g/m2 PrimaLoft® Sport Insulation
- High heat-to-weight ratio

Technology: PrimaLoft® Sport Insulation
Fabric Details: High count polyester weave

Colors: OPTIFADE Open Country Concealment, OPTIFADE Forest Concealment
Sizes: M-2XL
Weight: 24.00 oz.


Sitka Gear Kelvin Vest and Kelvin Lite Vest

Having drank from the same cup as the Kelvin Jacket, the Kelvin Vest is a layering solution for a number of applications. When the temperature starts to plummet, and you need a heavily insulated vest; the Kelvin is it. Light, packable and very warm.

- High heat-to-weight ratio
- Tightly woven polyester face
- Internal waist cinch
Technology: 170 g/m2 PrimaLoft® One Insulation

Fabric Details: High count polyester weave

Colors: OPTIFADE™ Open Country Concealment, OPTIFADE™ Forest Concealment
Sizes: M-XXL
Weight: 18.40 oz.


Less than half the weight of the Kelvin, the Kelvin Lite Vest combines a low denier face with Primaloft® One Insulation and delivers a low profile solution for regulating core temperature.

- High warmth-to-weight ratio
- Tightly woven polyester face
- 60 g/m2 PrimaLoft® One Insulation
- Articulated Patterning

Technology: PrimaLoft® One Insulation
Fabric Details: High-count polyester weave

Colors: OPTIFADE™ Open Country Concealment
Sizes: M-XXL
Weight: 13.60 oz.


1 Shot Gear Experience: If you had to have ONE go to bone chilling cold line, this would be it for me. It is extremely versatile from the late november mountain tops in spitting snow, to the the bone chilling wind chill in the white tail stand, this line can do it all. If you're in the market for a line in the cold gear section that is in the middle of the road, not too warm but never cold, look into our Kelvin line.

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