Men's Catalyst Soft Shell Jacket
2 Layer Silent Softshell
Men's Catalyst Soft Shell Jacket Details
- Insulated Outerwear
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology
- Exhausts moisture and maintains core body temperature
- Traps odors (human signature) and releases them when laundered
- Revolutionary, 2-layer softshell design
- Ultra-quiet construction
- Built-in stretch for full range-of-motion
- DWR exterior repels snow/rain and blocks wind
- 3D Turret Hood
How It's Built
- Material: 2-Layer SoftShell
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 19oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F (Active)
- 45F - 60F
This is a great piece for my kit. The Catalyst jacket and pants paired Furnace base layers will take take me well into the mid season.
Originally I ordered the XXL but it was way to big. Got the XL and it is amazing with enough room to layer. I’m 6’2 240lbs and the XL fits perfect. I have a late season mule deer tag for the eastern Sierras and this soft shell will be perfect.
Cool mornings , and afternoons jacket worked perfect
Nice lightweight, breathable, comfortable and warm jacket. The water resistance is a plus being in the PNW.
Former University athlete with some dad wight in the middle, Bought the XXL for having room for an additional insulating layer for later season. Longer than average arms, and still have enough sleeve, which is nice. If I was to wear this as a stand-alone layer, would recommend the XL for someone with a similar build. Did not cook myself scouting evenings in BC, Region 5, and will not freeze until later season. Very quiet when rubbing against brush, and does not swish against itself like a good pair of ADIDAS tear-aways.
Also purchased the Merino wool pants to accompany, and if fashion and matching is your concern. The cammo print appearance is slightly different on the synthetic Top (I own Cypher), from the natural pants. This should not be overly surprising given the drastic difference in material but someone will always complain, I will save you the chirp from any campfire fashion folks that may notice!!!
Looking forward to seeing how it wears, but the stitching and material feels very similar to another premium technical gear company that has a skeleton bird for their logo, which always held up well during use throughout my military service. There is no reason to speculate that this gear will not hold up as well with rugged use.
This jacket is awesome dead quiet and perfect to cut the wind. The fit is great and it packs up decently small when the day warms up.
Bought the pants and jacket for early fall and even November in PA its light warm and super quiet. Can't wait to buy the heavier sanctuary gear next.
This is an ideal jacket for late spring and early fall hear in east coast Canada. Not to heavy, and helps take the chill off when the sun goes down in the stand.
Have had this since 2018 and it's been my go to jacket for archery up until the temps drop and force me into warmer gear. I wear this into the 40's with a tee and a heavy base layer. The cut of the jacket makes movement and drawing a bow without interference easy. The fabric and zippers are very quiet. No construction-related issues...is holding up well after 3 seasons.