Phantom Leafy Suit Top Details
- True to Size: Designed to layer over your outer layers in the same size you'd normally wear
- Superior concealment via 3D leaf pattern, mimicking natural surroundings
- Lightweight, breathable mesh layers quietly over clothing
How It's Built
- Material: Mesh
- Cut: Cut to Wear Over Your Kit
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 9.1oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
I like the jacket. Fit is normal. Have to be careful as it's basically a mesh jacket with the leafy material attached. Pattern is great
Love it really holds up well in the southern woods and blends like no other camo I’ve ever worn. Fits true to size as well.
Phantom Leafy Suit Top
Came in handy on a recent SC hog hunt. It actually helped with the mosquitos
Does the job!
Extremely lightweight, netting keeps bugs from biting through undershirt. I lost my first one (that's how good the camo is lol) and missed it so much I had to buy another one.
fits large to allow for layering. If you ALWAYS hunt in hot climates and dont layer underneath get a size below what you normally would. Don't think just buy it
I’ve had a slew of leafy suits over the last 30 years or so. I bought my original when they were first commercially produced and sold at shoots and trade shows back in the late 80’s or early 90’s. The FL Phantom is the most well constructed leafy top I’ve owned. The mesh is a more heavy duty material that feels like it will hold up better than some others I have owned. The 3D leaves are stiff at first but a few washes makes the whole thing about as perfect as anyone could ask for IMO. I have shot hundreds of arrows thru my recurve while wearing it and it doesn’t interfere with my string. I feel like it will hold up well and last for many years. I do wish FL would use YKK zippers. The one that it comes with seems fine enough at the moment but if there is a weak point that would be it. It fits true to size and not as baggy as most leafy tops. If you plan on layering over a heavy coat go a size up. A large on me is cutting it close. In hindsight, I should’ve went with an XL. If you’re only using it in the spring for timber buzzards, buy your regular size and it should fit you fine and not be baggy.
Planning to use for fall turkey season this year, some for whitetail, and then spring turkey season. Fits well, feels and looks very nice. The quality is fantastic-way better than the Wally World gear I borrowed for turkey season this year.