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Huntech Stalker Softshell Anorak
May 14th, 2018 at 9:48pm
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Huntech Stalker Softshell Anorak So those of you who got these raincoat still happy with them & would you buy another one thanks
  
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Re: Huntech Stalker Softshell Anorak
Reply #1 - Jun 5th, 2018 at 10:05am
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Used it one three trips now.
One of them was in thick snow for 4 nights.
Stays dry, and drys out quick if you do get really wet.

Would buy again without a doubt.
if you're short I would recommend the jacket as the anorak could be a pain up hills as it doesn't have side splits.
I'm 6'2 so it's above my knees
  
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Re: Huntech Stalker Softshell Anorak
Reply #2 - Jun 6th, 2018 at 7:45am
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I have the jacket rather than the anorak and it's fit for purpose, waterproof and comfortable with good design features.
I use that 3 seasons of the year but if I'm going high and the weather looks shit I take my Swazi.
The Huntech does disperse heat better as you can unzip it from the bottom and it has pit zips too.
Got mine on special and it wasn't that price.
  
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