Why is it that the biggest bucks tend to grow up where it is cold and harsh? Because no one can sit out all day in the cold to hunt them, that's why. Thinking about going up to Saskatchewan after a massive trophy whitetail? Or maybe you're planning a late-season hunt? You're going to want our Stand Hunter Extreme Series of hunting outerwear. No, you're going to need it. Engineered for extreme cold, the coveralls are made of Cabela's Q-Tec Fabric, which is extremely quiet yet exceptionally warm. Thinsulate™ Platinum Insulation offers a unique blend of warmth and reduced bulk. By varying the weights of the insulation, we created warm-weather outerwear that works with you to keep you warm and mobile. With a well-insulated core, adding extra insulation throughout the sleeves would just add extra bulk. Therefore, we used 150-gram insulation to cut down the size and add extra mobility. On top of that, we put in articulated elbows and knees and a low-bulk cuff design. When the torso is insulated, there is greater flow of warm blood to your outer extremities, such as your fingers or toes. Wrapping your body in 200-gram superior-insulating Thinsulate Platinum keeps you warm from head to toe. Your core temperature is largely controlled by the spinal column. That's why we've put 500-gram insulation in the seat and 300-gram insulation down the spine and through the kidneys. The hood features 100-gram insulation. The coveralls stuff into a rear pack pocket with a carry strap so you can pack them in to avoid overheating while walking. Rear interior heater pack pockets in kidney area. Fleece-lined handwarmer pockets. Two front zipper pockets. One rear zippered pocket. Adjustable and detachable hood. Detachable handwarmer muff. Leg zips to midthigh. Dual storm flap on front opening. Imported. Inseam: 30". Sizes: M-3XL. Camo pattern:Cabela's Outfitter Camo™.