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Stone Glacier apparel now available at the goHUNT Gear Shop!

Stone Glacier apparel now available at goHUNT

Stone Glacier apparel line now added to goHUNT Gear Shop. All photo credits: Brady Miller and Chris Neville

One announcement we have been waiting to leak is that we are now carrying Stone Glacier apparel in the goHUNT Gear Shop!

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Also, today Stone Glacier just released their new for 2020 line which includes new packs and clothing options! Check out the Stone Glacier apparel we are carrying in our Gear Shop below. First off... I had a chance to run a few of these pieces during a spring bear hunt in 2019 and most recently a little weekend trip looking for sheep... this clothing line from Stone Glacier is worth checking out!


Stone Glacier apparel in the goHUNT Gear Shop

De Havilland Jacket

Stone Glacier De Havilland Jacket

The De Havilland Jacket was designed specifically for the backcountry hunter. I wore this piece on a spring bear hunt in Montana last year and I really appreciate how little this softshell weighed. It was the perfect layer while going on early morning hikes to our glassing spots and then sitting in the wind glassing. This breathable softshell features a tightly weaved DWR face and lightly brushed fleece backer. The textile offers the perfect balance of weather protection and breathability. The 4-way stretch material dropped back hem, and articulated elbows make this an incredibly comfortable jacket whether you are hiking with a pack or sitting and glassing. Perfectly placed hand and chest pockets offer access even while wearing a backpack with a waist belt. All of these great features make this jacket a no-brainer for the backcountry or even around town. Weight: 1 lb 7 oz (size large).

New for 2020 is a Coyote color option. Also available in Granite Grey.

De Havilland Pant

Stone Glacier De Havilland Pants

Stone Glacier's De Havilland Pants are technically advanced and specifically designed for the backcountry hunter. First and foremost they are built from a blended fabric that is highly breathable and offers 4-way stretch. Additionally, the face fabric is DWR treated to give it water and wind resistance.

Thanks to Stone Glacier's Contour Waist System you have up to 3" of adjustability in the waist to ensure you have the perfect fit whether you've lost a few pounds over several days in the field or you are layering up for cold weather. By minimizing the materials needed for belt loops, removing snaps and buttons, and incorporating a micro-adjust zipper fly, the Contour Waist prevents bunching of excess fabric on the hips and eliminates sore spots completely while carrying a heavy pack. New for 2020 is a Coyote color option. Also available in Granite Grey.

Stone Glacier De Havilland pants on bear hunt

De Havilland pants on 2019 Montana bear hunt.

When you combine these features with the long zippered side vents (great for dumping heat), articulated knees with knee pad compatibility, and an athletic fit these pants become a clear choice for any hunt. Weight: 1 lb 8 oz (size large).

Grumman Goose Down Jacket

Stone Glacier Grumman Goose Down Jacket

In terms of what a backcountry hunter is looking for in an insulation piece, the Grumman Goose Down Jacket is unmatched. I personally used this jacket on several hunts in 2019 and this piece is phenomenal! It's hard to put it any better in words. In terms of specs, for me, it has everything you would ever need.

The combination of the light and buttery soft Pertex® Quantum shell, HyperDRY 5.3 oz of 850+ DWR treated down, and a technical fit and design make this the most advanced down jacket in the hunting industry. The articulated hood, streamlined internal cuff, and elastic waist hem further enhances the comfort and warmth. Also, the Pertex Y Fuse Fabric provides a tightly woven shell that prevents down loss and prolongs the lifespan for your jacket.

Stone Glacier Grumman Goose Down Jacket on bear hunt

A puffy insulation layer is a key piece to every backpacker hunter's kit and the Grumman Jacket checks all the right boxes; extremely warm, ultralight weight, packable, with fantastic fit and function. Weight: 11.8 oz (size large). At this weight, you never have to think twice about adding this jacket to your pack. New for 2020 is a Coyote color option. Also available in Granite Grey.

Grumman Goose Down Pants

A pair of insulated down pants is likely the one piece of gear that you need but probably don't have. The Grumman Goose Down Pant is the perfect addition to your pack for highcountry and late-season hunts. Weighing in at 16 oz and filled with 4.2 oz of 850+ fill goose down, the warmth to weight ratio is outstanding. In addition, full-length YKK zippers, a slim waistline for comfortable layering under your pack's waist belt, and an included stuff sac make the Grumman Goose Down Pant an easy choice. Perfect for long glassing sessions, hanging around in camp, or boosting the temperature rating of your sleeping bag. Weight: 16 oz (size large)

- Pertex Quantum face fabric is quiet, windproof, and highly packable 
- Full-length side-zip can be completely opened up at the waist hem and cuff, allowing for easy on/off and venting 

Helio Hoody

Stone Glacier Helio Hoody

The Helio Hoody is a lightweight microfleece backed mid-layer featuring a 3/4 chest zip to dump heat if needed, thumbholes and a strategically located chest pocket that you can still access while wearing a backpack or bino harness. It also has Polygiene® Odor Control Technology that prevents odor causing bacteria. The Helio is a goHUNT office favorite on its own during early season hunts or as a mid-layer for highcountry and late-season hunts. Weight: 14.5 oz (size large). Available in Coyote and Granite Grey.

I have been wearing the Helio Hoody out on trips in Nevada recently looking for sheep, and this hoody fits me perfectly and is super comfortable to wear on these late-season temperatures while hiking.

- The Helio is the perfect 3/4 zip medium weight hoody
- Constructed of 94/6 poly/spandex blend

Helio Bottom

Stone Glacier Helio bottom

The Helio bottom is a lightweight micro fleece backed long john designed for cold weather hunting. Controlling your temperature is easy with side zips, which when paired with the De Havilland Pant, allows you to vent all the way to the skin. They also have Polygiene® Odor Control Technology that prevents odor causing bacteria. The bootcut design offers the perfect length so that they ensure coverage but do not extend down into your boots where they can bunch and bind. The Helio bottom is a goHUNT office favorite for late-season hunts. Weight: 8.3 oz (size large)

- The Helio is the perfect bottom layering piece for cooler temperatures 
- Constructed of 94/6 poly/spandex blend, weighing 8.3 oz total

M5 Rain Jacket

Stone Glacier M5 Rain Jacket full

The M5 Rain Jacket is new for 2020. Sporting Stone Glacier's own waterproof textile technology, HydraShield, the M5 has a mechanical stretch 3-layer laminate that has an amazing waterproof rating of 31,000 mm. 20,000+ mm means a garment is rainproof and waterproof under very high pressure and it will easily protect you in heavy rain, wet snow.

Stone Glacier M5 Rain Jacket

The M5 also has a MVTR breathability rating of 27,600g, anything above 15,000g is perfect for the western hunter that could be hunting or hiking with a load while wearing it. The bottom line, the waterproof and breathability of the M5 rain gear will keep you dry and protected in the harshest terrain under the worst conditions. Other features include the Contour waist system for easy layering, YKK Vislon and Aquaguard zippers, and Stone Glacier's unique Stratum layered zipper system allowing you to retain or vent body heat all the way down to your skin without removing any clothing. The M5 Rain Jacket provides the tough rain protection that's required when you're deep in the backcountry. Weight: 1 lb 6 oz (size large). Available in Coyote and Granite Grey.

M5 Rain Pant

Stone Glacier M5 rain pant

The M5 Rain Pant is also new for 2020. Like the M5 Rain Jacket, the M5 Rain Pants also sport Stone Glacier's own waterproof textile technology, HydraShield, the M5 has a mechanical stretch 3-layer laminate that has an amazing waterproof rating of 31,000 mm. 20,000+ mm means a garment is rainproof and waterproof under very high pressure and it will easily protect you in heavy rain and wet snow. The M5 Pant also has a MVTR breathability rating of 27,600g, anything above 15,000g is perfect for the western hunter that could be hunting or hiking with a load while wearing it.

Stone Glacier M5 rain pant showing contour waist system

Stone Glacier M5 rain pant showing the Contour Waist System.

Another great feature of the M5 Rain Pant is the Contour Waist System for easy layering, YKK Vislon and Aquaguard zippers, and Stone Glacier's unique Stratum layered zipper system allowing you to retain or vent body heat all the way down to your skin without removing any clothing. The M5 Rain Pant provides the tough rain protection that's required when you're deep in the backcountry. Weight: 15 oz (size large). Available in Coyote and Granite Grey.

In conclusion

We are very excited to have Stone Glacier's apparel lineup in our Gear Shop. These pieces are created with an incredible level of detail and are designed to hold up to anything the mountain will throw at you.

Stone Glacier Apparel Breakdown

Layering System Product Color
Options
Weight* Price
Softshell Jacket De Havilland Jacket Coyote &
Granite Grey
1 lb 7 oz $229
Softshell Pant De Havilland Pant Coyote &
Granite Grey
1 lb 8 oz $189
Baselayer (top) Helio Hoody Coyote &
Granite Grey
14.5 oz $119
Baselayer (bottom) Helio Bottom Granite Grey 8.3 oz $99
Insulation (jacket) Grumman Goose Down
Jacket
Coyote &
Granite Grey
11.8 oz $329
Insulation (bottom) Grumman Goose Down
Pant
Granite Grey 16 oz $229
Rain Jacket M5 Rain Jacket Coyote &
Granite Grey
1 lb 6 oz $329
Rain Pant M5 Rain Pant Coyote &
Granite Grey
15 oz $299

* All weights are based on a size large.

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Seth D. - posted 4 months ago on 01-09-2020 06:22:28 am
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@ Nick,

I guess I misunderstood your original post. Money is a real thing, and a real issue. Stone Glacier, Eberlestock Kuiu, Browning, First Lite, Sitka and others sell fairly expensive hunting clothing. It is a free market society (tak Gott!), and not everyone can afford every item. There are military surplus wool and goretex items available at $10-30 per item, that fit any budget. I personally don't care for the coyote brown color on hunting gear. I don't want to look like an elk. I am going to order a pair of Dehaviland pants and a grey and try them. The nice thing about solids, is you can wear them for non-hunting activities. The real barrier to entry is the stupid points programs. I gave up buying points in Wyoming and Colorado and I am at 7 points for sheep, moose, and goats (in CO). I am 45 and I will never draw a tag using points.

Seth D. - posted 4 months ago on 01-09-2020 06:22:40 am
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@ Nick,

I guess I misunderstood your original post. Money is a real thing, and a real issue. Stone Glacier, Eberlestock Kuiu, Browning, First Lite, Sitka and others sell fairly expensive hunting clothing. It is a free market society (tak Gott!), and not everyone can afford every item. There are military surplus wool and goretex items available at $10-30 per item, that fit any budget. I personally don't care for the coyote brown color on hunting gear. I don't want to look like an elk. I am going to order a pair of Dehaviland pants and a grey and try them. The nice thing about solids, is you can wear them for non-hunting activities. The real barrier to entry is the stupid points programs. I gave up buying points in Wyoming and Colorado and I am at 7 points for sheep, moose, and goats (in CO). I am 45 and I will never draw a tag using points.

Nick J. - posted 4 months ago on 01-09-2020 05:48:27 am
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@ SETH, we both know there is a long line of synthetics and for that matter wool between "wranglers and carharts" and $500 shirt and pant combos. I don't doubt at all that these are fine garments, but get real, are we worried about hunting or fashion? One needs only look at the high end clothes, and notice the color choices and how they are the same across the board. Almost as if coyote and grey was what was on the runway in paris, not the hillside in Wyoming. My point as always is new hunters, who see what the cool kids are wearing, shooting, carrying, and its another barrier to entry.

Seth D. - posted 4 months ago on 01-08-2020 06:50:42 am
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@ Nick, I froze to death in wet jeans, cotton long underwear, and cowboy boots. I remember in 1995 I was on an elk hunt with my dad after coming home to Montana from the military and I had bought a real honest techno-fabric ski jacket. To ski with in California. It was a revelation. Wyoming elk hunts in October were cold, Montana elk hunts in November were brutal. I am glad the season of wet cotton Cartharts and Wranglers is over!

Nick J. - posted 4 months ago on 01-08-2020 06:33:11 am
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Anyone else thinking for the $500+ a dude would spend on a pair of pants a shirt and a jacket, that he could have a NR tag? I also wonder like I have with other "technical clothing" how they hold up to barb wire, since the reality is more pants loose to it than any rock on the mountain.

Im sure they are nice, but how did any of us ever hunt before the $1000 outfit became in vogue?

Seth D. - posted 4 months ago on 01-06-2020 06:27:00 pm
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Love the color, but not sure I'd wear the tan ones on a public land elk or aoudad hunt during rifle season.