November 04, 2010
By Curt Wells
By Curt Wells, Equipment Editor
Gamehide's new Insulated Solo Jacket consists of a single layer of HyperHide H20 Fabric with a HydroCore laminate for protection against rain and wind. This shell remains quiet, even in cold weather. The Sherpa fleece lining is comfortable and quiet, and Freedom Sleeves give you maneuverability for drawing your bow, climbing, and performing other tasks.
The Solo Jacket also has a removable hood, a point I keep dwelling on because the removable hood is something I look for in a jacket. Generally, I hate hoods with a passion because they restrict my hearing and peripheral vision, but they're welcome in a hard rain or bitter cold. This jacket is available in Mossy Oak New Break-Up and Realtree AP HD.