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SITKA ASCENT SHIRT. The Ascent Shirt was engineered to persevere through the hot amp; harsh conditions of early season hunts. Extremely breathable, quick-drying and UPF shielding make this form-fitting base layer your best friend. Streamlined sleeves provide ample string clearance, mesh-backed amp; zippered chest pockets deliver extra ventilation to keep you cool on the move. Product is Performance Fit, designed for minimal layering. Ascent Shirt is a part of early season system. Whether you’re glassing under the blazing sun in an alpine basin or busting out miles in elevation, the Early Season System delivers maximum breathability and moisture management to keep you cool, dry and concealed without sacrificing durability. Lightweight, packable layering solutions enable the system to adapt to your environment as the conditions change in even the most remote places. Hunters have struggled to find a technical hunting shirt for hot weather – often relying on their base layer to fill this need– and most base layers are not optimized to be worn as outerwear because they lack the durability and UPF shielding needed for early-season hunts. Sitka's approach was to create a lightweight yet durable technical hunting shirt, something that hadn’t yet been offered to the big game hunter. They leveraged their textile development and construction prowess to deliver evaporative cooling, UPF shielding without chemical treatment and withstanding to chafing from backpack straps.


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Ascent Series – Perfect Hunting Clothes for Early Seasons

Stalking through oppressively scorching prairies, scrublands, and deserts demand a system that will keep you protected from the all-day sun while managing moisture to keep you cool and collected for the moment of truth.

Whether you’re glassing under the blazing sun in an alpine basin or busting out miles in elevation, the Early Season System delivers maximum breathability and moisture management to keep you cool, dry and concealed without sacrificing durability. Lightweight, packable layering solutions enable the system to adapt to your environment as the conditions change in even the most remote places.

For optimum stealth, GORE OPTIFADE Concealment technology is used across this entire system. Scientifically engineered to confuse the vision of antelope, elk, and mule deer, it offers maximum concealment when stalking in vegetated terrain. For GORE OPTIFADE is used a digitally rendered blend of micro and macro patterns to fool animal vision. Created by a renowned team of camouflage and animal vision experts, this pattern takes into account how elk and mule deer see when looking through vegetation.

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Season Early Season Early Season Early Season
Weight 12 oz. // Size: L 1.25 oz. // Size: L 4.7 oz. // Size: L
Fabric Stretch CORDURA Nylon Woven Blend (60% CORDURA, 30% Nylon, 10% Spandex) CORDURA, Ax Suede 20-Denier Stretch-Woven Nylon Ripstop, Quiet Knit Polyester Grid Jersey, Mesh Underarm Panels
Pockets Mesh knee pad pockets - Mesh-Backed amp; Zippered Chest Pockets
Features Articulated Fit Conductive Synthetic Leather in Thumb and Forefinger 29 UPF with No Chemical Treatment, Flip Up Collar for Sun Protection
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P/F - PERFORMANCE FIT - Designed for minimal layering. Whether an early season piece or already insulated this garment fits to prevent inefficiencies in heat retention caused by dead space.

S/F - STANDARD FIT - Cut with a little more room than our Performance Fit. Designed to accommodate layering for more versatility from early to late season climates.

E/F - EXPEDITION FIT - Designed for maximum layering in the worst conditions. Cut roomier to accommodate additional layering underneath.

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Each September, the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) at the University of Colorado Boulder informs the public of the annual Arctic sea ice minimum extent, an indicator of how climate change is affecting the Arctic, the fastest-warming region of the globe.

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Arctic sea ice has likely reached its maximum extent for the year, at 14.77 million square kilometers (5.70 million square miles) on March 21, 2021, according to scientists at the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) at the University of Colorado Boulder. The 2021 maximum is tied with 2007 for seventh lowest in the 43-year satellite record. 

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