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Worth the Splurge: 5 Pieces From Sitka Gear’s 25% Off Sale

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If there’s anything better than getting quality gear, it’s getting quality gear on sale.

Sitka Gear’s most recent Web Specials include some killer gear at great prices, and we’ve done the hard work of searching through the goods for you.

With 2019 almost upon us, we’re starting to see this year’s gear drop in price just in time for the holiday season. Sitka Gear is some of the pricier gear on the market, but its current sale makes this gear 25 percent easier on the pocket. Here are five of the best deals in the bunch.

Women’s Core Lightweight Crew: $52

Women's Core Lightweight Crew

I have this shirt, and it’s the bee’s knees for warm-weather coverage with a featherweight touch. If you’re an early-season archery hunter or you’re looking for some sun shade on the river, this shirt pulls double duty while still being quick-drying and comfortable.

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Youth Scrambler Pant: $67

Youth Scrambler Pant

The cool thing about the Scrambler pants (and Sitka’s other kids’ pieces) is that they have extendable legs that can grow with your little one, adding a bit more utility as the seasons go on. Plus, the durable nature makes these a great hand-me-down for the next hunter in line. It can be hard to shell out full price for clothes when you know your kiddo is going to grow, but the 25 percent off here softens that just a bit.

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Ascent Gaiter: $52

Ascent Gaiter

Gaiters are often the piece of gear that is last to the kit. However, once you’ve hiked through rocky, snowy, or muddy terrain with gaiters on, you’ll wonder why you waited so long. Three different colors of the Ascent are currently on sale, and the solid gray option makes for a great transitional gaiter from hiking to hunting.

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Stormfront Glove: $112

Stormfront Glove

Cold hands can mean the difference between pulling the trigger and fumbling for feeling in a tight moment. Personally, I find it hard to put down money for quality gloves, but once I felt the difference, it all made sense. I know keeping my extremities warm in harsh climates makes all the difference for the amount of time I’m able to stay out. And these gloves in particular offer waterproof, comfortable warmth in a great length for the backcountry.

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Dewpoint Jacket: $299

Dewpoint Jacket

A lightweight, packable raincoat is a necessity for anyone who tends to carry their kit on their back. At 13 ounces, this 100 percent waterproof coat is easy on the back while providing the comfort of knowing you’ll be covered in a rainstorm. With pit zips for increased breathability and micro-taped pockets, you’ll feel safe knowing you can stay active while keeping yourself and your at-hand belongings dry.

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