Stormr Strykr Jacket
In the face of foul weather, the Stormr Strykr Jacket combines forces with the Stormr Strykr Bib Pant to deliver outstanding performance that will keep you fishing comfortably and effectively. Built using an exclusive Neoprene Core Technology, the Stormr Strykr Jacket offers distinct advantages on the water, including full range of movement, maximum heat retention, positive buoyancy, and advanced protection against wind and water.
The Neoprene Core Technology consists of three layers – a water-repellant outer shell that causes water to bead off on contact, a middle layer made of neoprene that provides excellent heat retention, and an inner fleece layer that wicks away moisture and makes the jacket extra comfortable. All three layers have 4-way stretch properties that give the Stormr Stryker Jacket a snug fit without inhibiting mobility. To ensure safety, the Stormr Strykr Jacket is designed with 3M reflective graphics and possesses 5lbs of positive buoyancy, which works to keep you afloat if you ever hit the water.
Additionally, the Stormr Strykr Jacket offers ample storage with two gear pockets on the chest, two interior mesh pockets, and two fleece-lined exterior pockets with PU coated non-corrosive zippers. For long-lasting performance, the Stormr Strykr Jacket also features abrasion-resistant Duratex materials in areas of high contact. Don’t let the elements get in the way – get the Stormr Strykr Jacket and get fishing.
-Two-way adjustable hood
-Extended interior collar
-Non-corrosive splash proof zipper
-Full-length interior storm flap
-Glued, blind-stitched and thermal tapered seams
-Internal neoprene cuffs
-Interior cell phone pocket
-Two chest gear pockets
-Abrasion resistant material for high-use areas
-Two fleece-lined, waterproof exterior pockets with PU Coated non-corrosive zippers
-Two interior mesh gear pockets
-Adjustable Velcro cuffs
-Adjustable waistband with two interior cord locks
-Two D-rings for accessories or kill switch tethers
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Comments: I just got my storm R jacket and bibs from TW last week. Blasted off in 227 boat tournament Saturday at 21 degree's we ran 17 miles I never been as happy with a piece of clothing its awesome
From: Chad: Bristol, TN 3/8/15
Comments: I posted around a year ago and hear goes an update. It's still practically brand new. Fished hard through the North GA winters and it never let me down. When the temps get into the 50's, you can still wear it, but I only wear a t-shirt and the UA Heat Gear pants (too hot if you wear much of anything else). I do carry a sweat shirt just in case the jacket gets too warm. No rips or tears - only problem is I've put on about 10lbs and that Medium is a tight fit in the beer belly area (5'10", 185lbs, 35" waist).
From: Russ: Roswell, GA 12/16/14
Comments: Incredible jacket! For cold weather, this is the REAL deal. I even wore it over winter to walk to dogs in -20F weather. All I needed was a good UA cold gear layer underneath. A little too much for warmer rain, but for cold weather, this is unbeatable. All I get are compliments on how cool it looks too. Get it!!!
From: Dave: Akron, OH 9/1/14
Comments: I am very impressed with the Stormr Stryker jacket and bibs. It does not let any wind in. It's completely waterproof and very comfortable to wear. The cuffs are awesome on the sleeves, they don't let any water in. The hood fits perfect and doesn't blow off when running down the lake. Definitely worth the money. I am 5'10 and i got a large and fits just right. I got an XL in the bibs and they fit perfect too so I think the size runs on the small side because I only weight 185 but awesome product!
From: Paul: CT
Comments: Wore it the first time (12/28).. 30% morning and hard steady rain. I didn't get wet or cold really. Under layers I had on were Under Armor Infra Red top and bottom, long john top and runner's pullover over longsleeve performance top. I'm 5'10, 185 and got a Medium (jacket and bibs). My shirt size is 16-34/35 and it fit fine. It was snug, but that's what I wanted for little under laying of garments. Bottoms I only wore the UA infra red pants, My iPhone did not get wet in the top right pocket, and I had my wallet in the bibs on the right leg (pocket with flap and didn't get wet). It did take a day or so for the jacket to dry out, but that's cool because I didn't get wet. Water will bead up, but it will eventually soak into the outer layer of neoprene. It cuts wind like a champ, 70mph in the rain and the only problem I had was keeping the hood over my Save Phace on long runs. I finally figured out to just tie the strings of the hood after cinching them down because the clasps won't hold it when you're moving spots. The bibs were about an 1" too short - but I could deal with that. It was a tight fit up the tummy area (34" waist), but I stayed warm and the tightness wasn't uncomfortable.
From: Russ: Canton, Ga
Comments: just received my stormr jacket and bibs. It was 25 degrees at blast off with a high of 48. I had thermals with jeans long sleeve shirt and a sweat shirt on. By 930 I was out of my jacket and by 1100 I was out of the stormr gear. I am really impressed with the gear. 100 mph has now been thrown in the trash. Can't wait till the big rain storm hits in the next few days .
From: mtn home nc