Men's Corrugate Guide Jacket
DWR Coated Lightweight Nylon
Men's Corrugate Guide Jacket Details
- True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- Ultra-durable stretch nylon fabric
- Built-in stretch for complete range-of-motion
- Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish
- Ergonomic hood
- Heavy-duty, center-front zipper
- Invisible, zippered chest pocket
- Zippered hand pockets
- Biomechanically accurate shooter
How It's Built
- Material: Nylon
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 18oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
I got this jacket specifically for guiding in the fall and it’s perfect, the longer arms are great as I’m tall and give plenty of movement and for being as light as it is, it keeps me warm thru the whole day
Holy crap I love this jacket!!!!, it is very light weight and packs down small. This morning it was about 40f I wore this and a T-shirt on the hike in and first spot area.it climbed to about 75 degrees and I still wore it due to the mosquitoes trying to eat me alive.(forgot bug spray two trips in a row... yea I know I’m sucking) It is extremely breathable. Only a few strap assents where I had worked up a good sweat did I have to take it off. I threw it on my pack for about 15 minutes and it was completely dry.this is my new go to lightweight jacket. The kiln hoody fits under this really well to help with layers to keep warm. Also blocks the wind pretty well. I wore it on my drive in to work with the top and doors off the Jeep at about 45 degrees and had no issues
I’m a big fan of the corrugate products by firstlite. My only two major gripes are that the print on the pants and this jacket are a shade brighter than the merino wool products, maybe some mudding or wear with time will fix that but it seems like something that could fixed in manufacture. My other gripe with this coat is that it’s a bit short, especially compared to other coats, jackets, and tops from firstlite. I’m tall with a thinner build and sometimes I struggle to find tops that are long enough but aren’t boxy on me. Most of the tops and coats I’ve gotten from first lite have fit well although it can be a crap shoot as to if I need a M or a L. Glad I went with the L for this one or it wouldn’t have been long enough at the waist. Sleeves are plenty long maybe even a tad long and there’s just enough room for light layering.
I have been looking for the perfect lightweight, stretchy, hooded, camo top to wear most days that's somewhat weather resistant but not a full shell, but that's also not too heavy that I'll get hot, or too shiny like most softshells out there. This is it. Simple design, perfect weight, should work well with just a merino base under it on days from 40-60, and will continue to work with a vest or additional layers into my November cold-weather hunts. I walk a lot and don't need a ton of insulation so this is ideal. I have an old a mountaineering top from TNF that was the same material and for 10 years I've been looking for this blend in a hunting pattern and with a hood, when I saw the description I figured it would be the same and it's spot on the same material. Couldn't be happier. I went with a L just so I could layer under it on cool days and I think it fits great.
Perfect fit for Elk Archery Season in Colorado. Lightweight construction mirrors my lightweight ski mountaineering clothing i wear when the weather is mild. I usually have a hard time with coats and long sleeve shirts. This coat is perfect for broad shoulders and chest.