Sanctuary Insulated Jacket
Silent Construction 37.5 Insulation
Sanctuary Insulated Jacket Details
- Insulated Outerwear
- 200g insulated body
- 160g insulated sleeves/hood
- Harness pass through
- True to Size: Purchase your normal size to wear under other layers
- Maximum insulation for warmth in extreme conditions + Moisture resistant DWR exterior repels snow/rain
- Dead quiet even in sub freezing temperatures
- Stays warm whether dry or wet
- Exclusive 37.5 fabric uses Active Carbon Technology moving perspiration (human signature) to the outside of the garment where it is functionally neutralized
- Built-in stretch for complete range of motion
- Constructed with biomechanically accurate Shooter's sleeves, shoulders and hood
- Machine Wash Cold and Hang Dry
How It's Built
- Material: 37.5 Synthetic Insulation
- Cut: Cut to Wear Over Your Kit
- Primary Uses:
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 55oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
I originally bought this jacket for my wife who was first getting into hunting. That season I hunted in my older gear and could barely take the cold while my wife stayed toasty warm in her sanctuary.
Last year I pulled the trigger and bought this for myself and have to say it’s truly amazing. It is extremely warm and paired with an insulated pant could easily keep you comfortable in the single digits.
The only cons I can think of are is it is very heavy so it would definitely not work for any of you who need light weight gear. Also I think the grunt tube holder is pointless.
I’m 6’1” 190 and think the large is a bit big for me.
My season hasn't started yet but just from trying on the bibs and jacket you can tell it is very warm!
Super comfortable jacket for those cold long sits. Loved the cuffed pockets to keep hands warm, and vented sides when walking or just a little warm. Extremely happy I pulled the trigger on this kit
Crazy warm jacket, Tailored with the bowhunter in mind. Athletically fit with room where you still need it to get situated and draw back up in the tree. 10/10 recommend.
The jacket is fantastic. Very well built. I ordered a large and tried it on. Seemed a bit large but thought I could handle it. Took off the tags and went out to hunt, sat in tree stand and was swimming in the jacket. I’m 6 foot 170. I would suggest ordering a size smaller or taking it out for a test run before removing the tags. Now I have to try to sell this one so I’m not out close to 800$ For the medium I’m wanting to buy.
this jacket is perfect fit for me and I love it. Its very warm light and quiet. The hood fit my head just right and doesn't block my line of sight left to right and up for birds. What more could you ask for? Best jacket I have ever owed
I was like you, debating weather to spend the money on the sanctuary set of bibs and jacket. I hunt primarily in the Adirondack mountains where rifle season goes well below 0 degrees many days. These bibs and jacket are well worth the price and I only wish I purchased them sooner. They have greatly lengthened my sit time due to remaining comfortable. The only down side is due to your heat retention - if you have any sort of walk or hike to your stand - plan on packing the bibs and jacket in. You’ll overheat in a matter of minutes walking in these bad boys. 10/10 would recommend, and if I ever destroy my set I will be purchasing again hands down. Essential for any stand/blind hunter.
Can't say enough about this jacket, it is the warmest, quietest jacket I have had for late-season stand hunting. I would not want to hike long distances in it, but putting it on the stand is having an electric blanket. Yes, you could get too warm, but I'd rather be too warm and shed layers than get too cold and have to leave. I had a Sitka Fanatic set up and loved that too, but it caught a lot of burrs, and the Sanctuary is much better cut for hunting, either archery or rifle. I just like it more, so I'm selling my Sitka on ebay.
Last season I found myself out in December in the brutal cold of New York after a snow storm and realized how badly I needed new gear. After a long search I finally landed on this jacket, unfortunately it was out of stock in my size so had to wait all the way to June to finally get my hands on it but it was absolutely worth the wait. Took it out of the box and it feels so lightweight and isn't bulky at all. I put it on along with the bibs and was immediately sweating inside my apartment. Obviously getting them in June I'll have to wait to give you a review of how they stand up to the elements but so far they have far exceeded my expectations. Very lightweight, real quiet fabric, and I can only imagine my layering when wearing this bad boy will be minimal even late in the New York season
I haven't tried this in the field yet as it is summer and it was purchased for October moose and November deer in Ontario, but I am extremely pleased with this jacket and the matching pants. Very lightweight and feels extremely warm. Can't wait for fall!