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  • Bergans Pasvik Silent Jacket, Mens
    - 3-layer Dermizax® with 4-way stretch. Waterproof, windproof, and breathable. Lined with wicking Fieldsensor™. A unique mesh lining that dries quickly. It feels drier and more comfortable than ordinary linings. - Hunting radio/mobile phone pocket with eyelet for antennas. Eyelet for earplug. Internal elastic loop for wire and antenna loops on the shoulders. - Detachable hood with wire reinforcement for fit adjustment. Adjustable collar. - Long underarm zip vents. 2-way zip in front. - Front pockets, hand warmer pockets, and chest pockets under front storm flap. - Front storm flap with snaps. Adjustment at the waist. Extended back. - Specially developed for Hunting. Also suitable for Outdoor. - Fabric: 3-layer Dermizax®: 100 % Polyester - Size: S-XXXL - Weight: 1230 g (size L)
    $570.00
  • Bergans Pasvik Silent Pant, Mens
    Whens that big bull steps into the clearing any distraction could cost you a trophy. Pouring rain dripping down your back, wind howling in your ears, or the swishing of your hardshell rain gear as you crawl into position can all pull your focus away from the critical moments before the shot. Put these distractions to rest with the Pasvik silent series from Bergans of Norway. A brushed face, 3 layer, waterproof, breathable laminate from Toray will keep you dry and silent regardless of the conditions and the generous cut will keep you comfortable as you wait for your trophy. Built by hunters for hunters the Pasvik pant features usable thigh pockets, articulated knees and thigh vents. Hunt silent, hunt in Bergans. -Reinforced knees, seat and instep -Long, butt covering cut -Integrated suspender loops -Tested on Kodiak Island, AK -32.8 ounces (L)
    $430.00
  • Outdoor Research Stormtracker Glove
    The ultimate backcountry work glove the Stormtracker utilizes the Windstopper membrane to keep your hands protected. These low profile gloves have a full leather palm for a lifetime of protection. A perfect mix of protection without sacrificing dexterity, the Stormtracker was made for the late fall. Pair with the OR Mt Baker mitt for waterproof protection. -Available in womens and mens sizing -Goat leather palm -Quick drying tricot lining
    $70.00
  • Seal Skinz Thick Mid Length
    The perfect sock for any cold weather adventure this model from Seal Skinz is comfortable, supportive, and warm- all with the added benefit of being 100% waterproof and breathable. Built with a double layer of material, the inner being composed of merino wool for temperature and moisture control, this sock represents the pinnacle of modern performance fabrics. The next time your mercury drops reach for a pair of these Seal Skinz- you will be happy you did. -Sizing information in pictures
    $58.00
  • Sitka Gear Coldfront Jacket
    Just like it's little brother Stormfront Series, the Coldfront Jacket from Sitka features Gore's most rugged 3 Layer Construction for the harshest conditions. We often hear that Gore-Tex will always fail under heavy rain, and are constantly battling consumer forums that talk down it's functionality in Alaska. That being said, we also understand that the only way to combat this is to spend the time with our customers to educate them on the reality. There are multiple types of Gore-Tex, all having their specific end uses. Most importantly is the inner and outer face fabric's durability. For example: The Cloudburst series from Sitka, along with many other big brand name companies such as Outdoor Research, Arc'Teryx, and Simms who all construct many different Jackets with a 2 layer construction. A 2 layer Gore Product is designed for quick burst of rain / precipitation. It generally is highlighted by its ultralight and packable properties, however we MUST note that when you save on weight, there is bound to be a compromise. Although the Cloudbust series has it's place in the Hunting Industry, at the end of the day, it is not built for Alaska. We like to focus on the 3 layer construction and those products that are in fact designed for the rugged, harsh conditions that we encounter in the shale infested backcountry of Alaska's mountains. The Stormfront and Coldfront series both incorporate not only a 3 layer construction, but a much higher denier outer face fabric to help protect that waterproof breathable membrane. The Coldfront is the go to rain jacket for Brown Bear, Moose, and Caribou hunts, or any hunt where weight isn't the #1 priority, but as a hunter you still want a packable set of rain gear. The Coldfront is lined with a thin fleece to help keep your core temperature up when on the move in late season. The old saying up here in Alaska is there isn't anything that will hold up like a Helley Hansen Guide Jacket. While we LOVE the Guide Jacket from Helly, we also recognize that this industry is constantly progressing, along with it, the technology. The Coldfront and Stormfront Jacket's have been Guide tested from the beaches of the Alaska Peninsula, to the gates of the Arctic Circle and we are confident in their ability to keep our hunters warm, dry and most importantly, in the game when the weather gets bad.
    $649.00
  • Sitka Gear Coldfront Pant
    Just like it's little brother Stormfront Series, the Coldfront Pant from Sitka features Gore's most rugged 3 Layer Construction for the harshest conditions. We often hear that Gore-Tex will always fail under heavy rain, and are constantly battling consumer forums that talk down it's functionality in Alaska. That being said, we also understand that the only way to combat this is to spend the time with our customers to educate them on the reality. There are multiple types of Gore-Tex, all having their specific end uses. Most importantly is the inner and outer face fabric's durability. For example: The Cloudburst series from Sitka, along with many other big brand name companies such as Outdoor Research, Arc'Teryx, and Simms who all construct many different Jackets with a 2 layer construction. A 2 layer Gore Product is designed for quick burst of rain / precipitation. It generally is highlighted by its ultralight and packable properties, however we MUST note that when you save on weight, there is bound to be a compromise. Although the Cloudbust series has it's place in the Hunting Industry, at the end of the day, it is not built for Alaska. We like to focus on the 3 layer construction and those products that are in fact designed for the rugged, harsh conditions that we encounter in the shale infested backcountry of Alaska's mountains. The Stormfront and Coldfront series both incorporate not only a 3 layer construction, but a much higher denier outer face fabric to help protect that waterproof breathable membrane. The Coldfront is the go to rain jacket for Brown Bear, Moose, and Caribou hunts, or any hunt where weight isn't the #1 priority, but as a hunter you still want a packable set of rain gear. The Coldfront is lined with a thin fleece to help keep your core temperature up when on the move in late season. The old saying up here in Alaska is there isn't anything that will hold up like a Helley Hansen Guide Jacket. While we LOVE the Guide Jacket from Helly, we also recognize that this industry is constantly progressing, along with it, the technology. The Coldfront and Stormfront Series have been Guide tested from the beaches of the Alaska Peninsula, to the gates of the Arctic Circle and we are confident in their ability to keep our hunters warm, dry and most importantly, in the game when the weather gets bad.
    $599.00
  • First Lite Halstead Fleece
    The Halstead Fleece from First Lite is a great addition to a company that has been known as the pioneer in the industry for Merino Wool hunting apparel. The Halstead uses a grid fleece design that wicks moisture and regulates temperature like no other. Wear this as a standalone piece next to skin, or pair it with the Llano Short Sleeve Merino T. The 1/4 zip allows excellent ventilation when your logging the miles, as well as a high mock style collar for when you stop to glass that band of rams in the distance. Yet another top notch piece of gear from the boys at First Lite.
    $110.00
  • First Lite Corrugate Guide Pant
    In Alaska, if your not getting pounded by rain, maneuvering a shale infested side hill, or crossing a glacial fed stream, your likely setting up your guide tarp to get out of the 80 Degree heat to catch some shade. Just as you start to think you've got a handle on the weather up here, mother nature throws you another curve ball with driving hail and a foot of snow over night. The Corrugate guide pant is a mid layer pant that was built to take the abuse of Alaska's backcountry. Built from Duraflex Nylon and featuring functional cargo pockets, a diamond crotch, and pure simplicity that doesn't break the bank, this pant can handle just about anything you can throw at it. Quick drying, 4 way stretch, and moisture wicking properties check every box on our list of MUST have qualities when we set out to choose products for our store. There is no shortage of product testing at Barney's, and if it doesn't live up to the hype, we just simply don't carry it. This pant is here to stay!
    $140.00
  • Outdoor Research Lodestar Glove
    Winner of the 2013 Backpacker's Magazine Editors choice the Loadstar glove is dextrous, durable and lightweight, a glove that utilizes cutting edge technology to deliver performance in the field. Built for activities with high aerobic output, such as packing out that late season goat, the Loadstar uses Polartec Power Shield High Loft, a highly breathable and water resistant fabric. This combination keeps your hands warm and dry when you have bigger things on your mind, like how to hurdle that alder patch on snowshoes. The perfect softshell glove is topped with a tough, articulated leather palm. Late season hunt on the calendar? Be sure to bring the Loadstar glove!
    $95.00
  • Sitka Stormfront Glove
    If you have ever fumbled around with cold fingers, trying to jack a shell into the chamber or work the latch on your matches canister there is no need to elaborate on the frustration and missed opportunities that come with frozen digits. Enter the Stormfront glove: true to its name the Stormfront was designed to handle the worst kinds of weather encountered while mountain hunting- rain? Sleet? Snow? The Stormfront has you covered. From the full leather palm to the breathable Gore-Tex barrier the Stormfront was made for top performance. -Integrated wrist gaiter -Wind and water proof
    $149.00
  • Outdoor Research Arete Glove
    When considering gloves dexterity and warmth are often at odds with each other. Usually you have to pick one and live with the results. The Arete glove levels the playing field. Windproof, waterproof and built for hard work the Arete glove features a durable Alengrip palm for a no slip grip and a lightweight removable fleece liner which helps customize the warmth of the glove. Built for the backcountry, where the conditions change without warning, the Arete is a glove you can count on.
    $95.00
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