A steal of a deal at 46% off one of the most technical, lightweight huntings pants out there! At just 10.4 oz. in a Medium, the Dewpoint Pant is Sitka Gear's lightest and most packable rain pant. It is built uncompromisingly for ounce-counting backcountry hunters who rely on their rain gear in dicey situations far from any road. We worked with the scientists at W.L.Read more
At just 10.4 oz. in a Medium, the Dewpoint Pant is Sitka Gear's lightest and most packable rain pant. It is built uncompromisingly for ounce-counting backcountry hunters who rely on their rain gear in dicey situations far from any road. We worked with the scientists at W.L. Gore to invent a new three-layer, extremely light GORE-TEX® Fabric with one of the highest abrasion resistance ratings in our rain gear line. The innovative face fabric, a 20 Denier stretch woven nylon mini ripstop, bestows a stretchability that was previously impossible in waterproof garments.
By design, we kept features to a minimum. Articulated patterning means the Dewpoint Pant moves with you as you forge ahead. An enclosed, low-profile belt adjusts the waist. All zippers are welded and watertight. The full side zippers makes for easy on and off as conditions change.
Gore-Tex provides the ultimate in windproof, waterproof breathable protection. Laminated construction stands up to the rigors of heavy use while remaining lightweight.
Sitka outer layers are originally treated with a Durable Water Repellant finish (DWR), which keeps the outer fabric from becoming saturated so that the breathable barrier can do its job. This coating needs to be replenished once per season, or more often if the piece gets a lot of use or washing. If water is no longer beading up on your shell, it's time to repeat it.
Optifade camouflage from GORE is the first and only concealment system ever scientifically designed around the way a hunter's prey views the world. It's the only concealment system to combine a symmetry disrupting macro pattern with the fractal geometry based micro pattern designed to become nothing in the eyes of prey at engagement ranges of 20 meters and beyond.
In general, washing your gear in cold or warm water with mild non-deoderant powder laundry soap (non-toxic, biodegradable types preferred) and hand drying it are the best ways to clean Sitka products.
Freeze it and then pick it off with a dull object. Rub the remainder out with a water and white vinegar solution and then wash with detergent.
Like most synthetics, Sika Gear will melt or burn when exposed to flames or direct heat. Use caution when around fires, stoves and hot metal surfaces!