The Men's SITKA Incinerator Jacket delivers the ultimate in heat-trapping to keep you warm and weather-protected. This hunting jacket is built with a GORE-TEX® membrane that protects against chilly winds while adding durability and breathability. A blend of PrimaLoft® Silver and duck down insulation traps body heat to keep you warm in cold winter conditions, while internal cuffs prevent heat from escaping to further enhance warmth. Plus, articulated patterning on the Incinerator jacket offers improved range-of-motion for all-day comfort. Engineered for maximum warmth even when wet, the Men's SITKA Incinerator Jacket provides top-of-the-line wind and weather protection so you can stay focused on the hunt.
Dedicated grunt tube pocket
Zip-close chest and hand pockets
Internal cuffs prevent heat leakage
Safety Harness Pass-Through Port
Articulated patterning for greater freedom of movement
Hydrophobic brushed jacket face reduces noise and adds waterproofing
GORE-TEX® membrane provides durability, breathability, and windproofing
Lining: Quiet and hydrophobic brushed exterior to keep you stealthy, dry and ready to capitalize on the rewards of your patience
Weight: 44 oz. (Size L)
Insulation: 40% PrimaLoft® Silver, 60% 650-fill duck down
Windproof & Waterproof Technology: GORE-TEX® Technology garments made with GORE-TEX® fabrics are durably waterproof, lightweight, and extremely breathable
GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Elevated II:
Specifically designed for whitetail hunters in an elevated position. Its macro and micro pattern configurations echo the higher contrast of bright sky against the shaded underside of foliage while allowing hunters to extend their season as the leaves change. It’s designed for engagement ranges of 80 yards or less and keeps the hunter undetectable at 15 feet up in a tree stand.
Went to Canada last November and set an a blind Below Zero jacket was absolutely wonderful! No need for a propane heater either. If I was going to be critical, Sitka should re-design the hood and make it bigger! The zipper seems to pull pretty snug but other than that a fantastic jacket!
Amazing system. I also purchased the bibs to go with it. Rain , snow , wind , sub zero weather, it doesn’t matter. Without a doubt, the warmest, and somehow, the most comfortable hunting gear I have ever owned. Allows for all day sits no matter what the weather is doing. I have also just purchased the fanatic light outfit for for, for more moderate temperatures. Review to follow after some field time.
Warmest coat you'll ever wear. I usually wear a merino baselayer with my fanatic hoodie and I make it through the entire season here in New York. As always, pack it in your bag on your way to your stand. This jacket is way too warm to be walking around in.
Most amazing jacket I had ever , i bought the Incinerator jacket and bibs for a late deer season in Quebec and it was fantastic Very warm in extremely cold conditions. This is the best investment I ever made in my hunting gear
Amazing warmth. Best coat I have ever had for cold weather hunting. So well made and warm. I love it! Fit is a bit more trim than the fanatic. I am 6 foot and 185 lbs and XL is about right with some layering. Arms diameter is fine for me with fleece layered under.
Bibs are going to be next order when they come back in stock.
Bought this jacket for a hunt in Saskatchewan. Absolutely the warmest jacket I’ve ever worn! Sat in the stand in 10° weather with no heater jacket was really comfortable and super warm!Would have gave the jacket a five star but the hood is minimal at best, really small, Sitka improve your hood and you have a 10 star jacket!
I get it, its expensive. It is overpriced. There isn’t anything else out there like it though. It is the warmest and best suited outfit I have for hunting in certain settings. No one piece of gear is perfectly suited for every situation. It is the best I have found for cold weather and late season hunting here in Central Illinois. The « noise » does break in as these garments are broken in. I honestly believe it is overpriced but until there is anything else even close I’ll continue to buy Sitka gear. Never had any buyers remorse with it.- Dont wear it in. Carry it in a pack and put it on once you get to your stand
This jackets outer material makes to much noise for Whitetail hunting. A lot of this hunting gear is designed for walking not sitting small pockets. Colder it gets more noise it makes. For the price not worth it. Rate a 3
Frankly I'm sick and tired of people writing bad reviews on items they simply can't afford. I have the jacket and bibs for years and I also have Sitka's rain gear. The Incinerator for anything under 40 degrees is what I wear. Make no mistake about it. It's so incredibly warm that it takes some time getting used to walking into your stand without getting overheated. I make sure to not shower an hour before heading out so my pores are not still completely open. I make sure to ventilate the bibs by opening the zipper on the legs outside so your body acclimates to the temperature outside and also make sure you do things in a manner that keeps your body temperature down so you don't overheat going into your stand. I've hunted in the Incinerator system in 10 degree weather and 25 mph winds so it was well below zero. I was able to last for 5 hours easily before I headed out. I could have sat all day if I wanted but my wife on Thanksgiving would not have been so happy. I also, hunt with a gerber heated jacket underneath. Since I sit the entire time the gerber jacket only heats up in a different way by not using direct heat. Anyway, I'm so unbelievably comfortable it's like being in your home yet I'm in bitter cold temps. I'd also like to add this Sitka system has fantastic zippers. I no longer buy hunting gear year after year because of this. This is hands down the best cold weather gear I will ever use or own. Period, period, period. LOL
I purchased the Incinerator Jacket and matching bibs last winter after hunting season. These products appeared to have impressive credentials/features. I find them to be well constructed and have a well researched and tested Camo pattern in particular for the whitetail woods. However, for the price, two features need significant improvement: 1- The fabric is entirely too noisy for the whitetail woods. 2- Insulation is lacking in the arms of the jacket, period. I understand that layering is still important even with the features of Sitka gear. But, sorry, this is a flaw. Bottom line: Is it really worth the steep price?