SOLD Sitka Fanatic Jacket/Bib Forest

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  1. Jake/PA

    Jake/PA Grizzled Veteran

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    Jacket size medium
    Bibs are large.

    Used a few times. Had them in a tote for a couple of years. Still in good condition.

    $250 each or $480 as package deal.

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    $225 each
     
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    It can handle a light rain, but not waterproof.
     
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    What's the temperature range they would be good for? ND gets down well below zero and early season is around 50/60.

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    With layering, I was comfortable in single digits. We don't see below zero very much in PA so I can't say for sure, but I think it would hold up just fine.

    And above 40 degrees is probably too warm for me. It really depends on how easily you get hot and cold.
     
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    Ok. Thanks.

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    Opened up the sitka today. Everything looks and feels great. Thanks!

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    You can't go wrong with that setup. It's gotta b below 35 degrees before I pull it out.
     

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