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
Awesome rain gear that keeps the water/snow completely out. great roomy fit to put on over you insulating layers, but not bulky. Breathability and vents really helps when you're wearing all day not to get clammy inside. I have worn these in all types of environments and they have proved tough and durable.
Unlike the pants this jacket is perfect. It feels like it is made for layering. I am a true size small and everything about this works.
First off, I’ve had other rain gear before, and nothing has come close to the quality of firstlite! To start with, the fabric is much quieter than I expected for a rain jacket like this. It’s still “loud” for whitetail stand hunting, but it keeps me in the woods when the weather turns crappy, and you can’t shoot deer on the couch! If you keep your movement slow and deliberate, it’s a non issue.
I’ve done a bit of grouse hunting, which if you’ve been ever been to NW Wisconsin grouse hunting you know how thick a 4 year old aspen cut is and the jacket busts through without any worry of ripping a hole.
The vents under the arms are fantastic for the hike in or if it’s a hot day.
It did run a little bigger than I expected but it does allow me to layer a lot underneith so I can’t complain about the sizing. The shooters fit sleeves are perfect for archery. I can shoot without any worry of hitting the sleeve.
I wore this jacket during my MT backcountry hunt in which the first three days it rained...rained hard and completely socked in. I was able do to the semi warm fall temps 50-60 degrees to wear just an Aero 150 baselayer underneath and be just fine. I cracked the pit zips and was warm and comfortable and didn't sweat out or condensate on the inside of the jacket. During period of blowing wind and rain I could adjust the hood tension around my had and have even more protection from the elements. The jackets weight is worth packing on every hunt where inclement weather may come into play. I brushed up against all sorts of branches and trees and fallen timber and the jacket still remains unscathed. I have the utmost confidence in this rain gear, and coming from Seattle where it obviously rains a metric ton, I would wear this in any type of precipitation, period! I plan on using this during the winter wet snowy hunts and layer accordingly underneath.
Wow these are bad ass rain gear. They may be overkill in most situations, but if you want a one and one set of rain gear this is it. I was hunting early season in Colorado, so they were a bit much. However, I would feel confident using these in any scenario. We had one day of rain/hail on my hunt, and I was well protected. I think they would be great for any season. If you want to just buy one set and not worry about it, these are the way to go. First Lite also offers a lighter weight product that may be better for early season scenarios.