Women's Sawtooth Hybrid Jacket
300g Merino-X with DWR Nylon
Women's Sawtooth Hybrid Jacket Details
- Insulated Outerwear
- True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- 20.5 micron Merino wool
- Identical to Men's Sawtooth Hybrid Jacket but simply cut for a woman
- 95% Merino / 5% Spandex
- 300gsm mid-weight interlock Merino fabric
- Body mapped insulation through chest and upper arms
How It's Built
- Material: Merino-X
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 16oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
This is my go to piece of camo! It’s a great jacket to layer for cooler mornings/evenings or wear underneath a puffy on the really cold days. It’s comfortable, breathable, and easy to move in!
I am so impressed with tihis Jacket I had to get a second one for daily wear! This jacket is a great mid layer and after 2 weeks of hunting in Idaho with the extreme cold morning temperatures hiking this jacket was extremely warm but yet breathed so well. So comfortable with excellent performance! I absolutely love this jacket!!
Great length in the arms and body. Breathable yet stops the wind from sucking away all your warmth. It's hard to resist wearing it all the time.
I bought a pair of these for my wife before last year's whitetail season in MN. She was warm for the whole weekend and then continued to wear them throughout the winter even when she wasn't in the stand. I ended up buying another pair for her birthday in Feb. A great product and I will say they fit her very well.
This is such a comfortable jacket that I might just need two! I bought it for spot and stalk, so I got it patterned, but I use it mostly for hiking and walking the rivers. The extra warmth in the front and lighter in the back is perfect for carrying a pack. It adds lots of warmth without being bulky and will be my go to for any outdoor trip. I’m thinking of getting a solid colour so I can wear one to work as well since I work construction and layering is very important during a Canadian winter.