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Sitka Gear Unveils the Delta Wading Jacket for Waterfowlers

Delta wading

Sitka Gear, the industry leader in performance hunting gear, introduces the Delta Wading Jacket, a premium system designed with the most demanding waterfowler in mind. This marquee product has been scientifically designed and tested for hunters that desire both maximum comfort and functionality.

The new line of performance waterfowl gear from Sitka Gear utilizes the all new GORE OPTIFADE Concealment Marsh Pattern. Whether you’re traversing a marshland tulle maze or navigating the willows along a river, the Delta Wading Jacket keeps your pockets out of the water, and keeps you comfortably engaged. In addition, the jacket is built with GORE-TEX fabric that is an innovative solution for durable waterproof, breathable protection. The Delta Wading Jacket is extremely lightweight and carefully articulated to move with you as well as conveniently stuff into your daypack or gear bag.

Additional features include:

  • 2 Chest Pockets
  • Functional hood
  • Articulated sleeves
  • 2 Shell Pockets
  • Water sealing cuffs
  • Available in sizes small to 3XL
  • MSRP:  Jacket: $369

GORE OPTIFADE Concealment Marsh Pattern is the newest edition to the OPTIFADE family and to Sitka Gear’s top-quality products which feature the most scientifically advanced visual concealment pattern ever to hit the market.   GORE OPTIFADE Concealment, is the first-ever concealment technology based on the science of animal vision.  The unique micro-pattern considers the way waterfowl perceives color, the ratio of positive to negative space and other visual elements to create an effect that allows the hunter to blend with the waterfowl’s perception of the environment.  The macro-pattern breaks up the symmetry of the human body so that if a hunter is detected, the waterfowl will not be able to identify the hunter as a predator.

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