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The Blizzard Beanie is the warmest hat in our big game line, built for long sits in frigid, windy conditions. Insulated with two layers of high-loft fleece and covered with a 100% windproof WINDSTOPPER® shell, the Blizzard Beanie keeps your synapses firing when most hunters head for the crackling fire.
TECHNOLOGY WINDSTOPPER® PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY WINDSTOPPER® products shelter hunters from the adverse effects of bone-chilling winds. The WINDSTOPPER™ membrane works with our base layers to prevent overheating and perspiration build-up by allowing moisture vapor to easily escape. WINDSTOPPER® fabrics offer soft, lightweight weather protection in one versatile and durable ability, WINDSTOPPER® products will keep customers comfortable longer across a wide range of weather conditions and activities.
With WINDSTOPPER™ membrane, you remain comfortable and warm, and you can maintain your level of physical activity. Without WINDSTOPPER™ membrane, you will quickly feel cold as soon as the wind starts blowing.
• High-Loft Fleece Linging
• Stretch Panels
TECHNOLOGY WINDSTOPPER® Laminate
FABRIC DETAILS Polyester Weave
OPEN COUNTRY Open country pursuits run the gamut of moderate to high activity peppered with periods of pure motionlessness. Sitka's Open Country system responds brilliantly to the varying activity level and quickly changing weather conditions that come with glassing open bowls, tiptoeing through aspen groves, battling scree fields, and generally covering miles at a time. Moisture management is the central theme of this line—the key to keeping you comfortable and active. Choose additional layers to accommodate forecasted conditions, as well as the unknown. Face fabrics add the utmost durability and minimum weight. The smooth-woven face dries quickly and offers excellent packability—great for the overnighter in a tent. The GORE® OPTIFADE™ Concealment Open Country pattern is optimized for engagement ranges of 35 meters or more, mountain or open environments, and stalking prey with minimal coverage. This is how we define Open Country.