SEAK Stormtight Rain Jacket
3.5-Layer Waterproof Construction
SEAK Stormtight Rain Jacket Details
- True to Size: Purchase your normal size to wear over other layers
- Pit zips for ventilation during active periods
- Designed for sustained exposure to rain, snow and moisture
- 38k Breathability [JIS L1099-B1]
- 35k Water Resistance [JIS L1092-B]
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Carbon Technology for maintaining optimal core body temperature
- 3D Turret™ hood construction for maximized Field-of-View and Range of Motion
- Biomechanically accurate shooter’s sleeves and shoulders
- Built-in stretch for complete range-of-motion
How It's Built
- Material: 3.5-Layer Rain Shell
- Cut: Cut to Wear Over Your Kit
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 23oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
This SEAK rain jacket is easily one of my most reliable pieces of hunting gear. Last year the gun season in KY was cold, wet and windy. SEAK kept me dry and it's very quiet.
So I’ve had the jacket for about 6 months now and I’ve put some miles on it in the northern Oregon coast range.
I absolutely love this jacket. I use it for salmon/steelhead fishing on my drift boat (temps between 15-50 with rain and snow) and it works excellent with the tapered sleeves and works great over or under waders.
I’ve also been using it for spring bear hunting and setting trail cams and I loved it. The venting on it work excellent for hikes in cold to moderate temps. Depending on your layering, you could use this jacket almost all year. Fairly quiet for quality rain jacket, much better than my old Sitka gear.
Working on getting all my hunting gear switched over to First Lite. Overall excellent fit and quality as well as durable in dense brush or for a good wipeout on the rocky bank of the river (don’t ask me how I know).
I’ve owned a lot of rain jackets, and I spend a lot of time in the rain in British Columbia, and this is the single best rain jacket I’ve ever owned, hands down.
I have not had the chance to use this in the back country yet. I have just not been in a good rainstorm with them. However it packs very well in a small compression sack, and you can’t find a better weight to durability ratio. I have worn the jacket at home through several rainstorms just to test it out. I went for a walk in a very heavy rain for around 30 minutes and noticed no leaks or wet spots when I can inside. I have complete trust in this jacket.
Living in BC, I am used to the rain... lots of rain. Good quality rain gear is an absolute must in order to stay comfortable in the field and more time hunting. This jacket is bombproof! I have taken it through miles and miles of some of the thickest rain forest, devils club, alders, etc. and it still looks like it’s brand new. While it is a little bit heavier than other jackets, if you’re going to be bushwhacking in the north west it is a must.