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First Lite Corrugate Guide Jacket fusion
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First Lite Corrugate Guide Jacket conifer
First Lite Corrugate Guide Jacket fusion
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First Lite Corrugate Guide Jacket conifer

First Lite Corrugate Guide Jacket


The Corrugate Jacket is a four-way stretch, scrub busting jacket constructed from the same lightweight material as our Corrugate Guide Pants. From pushing through sub-alpine scrub on the way to the tops to pulling pigs out of matagouri, this jacket is the mack truck of lightweight outerwear. Durable, lightweight nylon protects skin and base layers from whatever your hunt throws at you while reducing wind chill. Our trademark shooters cut and four-way stretch material never inhibit mobility or your ability to draw a bow or raise a shotgun.


    • True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
    • Ultra-durable stretch nylon fabric
    • Built-in stretch for complete range-of-motion
    • Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish
    • Ergonomic hood
    • Heavy-duty, center-front zipper
    • Invisible, zippered chest pocket
    • Zippered hand pockets
    • Biomechanically accurate shooter
    • 510grams

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      First Lite Camouflage
      First Lite Camo


      First Lite patterns obliterate the human shape by utilizing a proprietary mix of nature-based algorithms in coordination with disruption and focal confusion techniques. Put more simply, the relationship between colors and shapes has been specially designed to fool the brain by resembling recurring patterns found in nature. Derived from the golden ratio found throughout the natural world, Specter™, Typha™, Fusion™, and Cipher™ dissolve into their surroundings, unlike anything else.
      First Lite Specter, Typha, Fusion, and Cipher are the most versatile patterns available to hunters due to their careful design and ensured concealment no matter the proximity, season, or terrain. Created using the same scientific platform, all four of First Lite's proprietary camo patterns use trademarked technology, which provides equally exceptional concealment at close range and a distance. When it comes to whitetail hunting, First Lite Specter uses the proven technology of its predecessors (Fusion and Cipher) but expresses shapes, colors, and fragmentation unique to the whitetail environment and tree canopy. Similarly, First Lite Typha expresses environmental abstracts consistent with marsh and field environments fit for the waterfowl hunter.

      First Lite Comouflage Technology

      First Lite Fusion

      Fusion has become the most trusted pattern in breakup camouflage. From western lichen, sage, and pine to eastern deciduous hardwoods, the Fusion pattern and color palette are engineered to excel in a vast array of landscapes. Hunters virtually disappear into their surroundings at any distance – short or long – lending confidence and near-perfect stealth, whether in the trees or on an alpine ridge.


      First Lite Cipher


      First Lite's Cipher pattern leverages the proven working principals of Fusion and applies them to landscape palettes with less color. Cipher emphasizes the narrower color spectrum found during the autumn and winter months in both hardwood and western environments. With its muted coloration and Fusion-inspired DNA, Cipher is a deadly weapon in every hunter's arsenal.


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      First Lite 37.5™ Technology

      More Breathability Means You Stay Drier than the Competition

      When First Lite engineered their Outerwear Collection, they looked closely at every fabric technology in existence. Having the pick of the litter, from better-known outerwear technologies to more niche, lesser marketed performance fabrics. The truth in outerwear manufacturing is that the brand in question can generally use whichever fabric they choose. The costs vary as does the performance, but if a brand is willing to pay for the best, they can choose to incorporate it into their offerings. First Lite chose 37.5 because third party empirical testing as well as extensive field use their our own employees left them greatly impressed by the superior performance of the fabric. The bottom line is that 37.5 breathes at a rate that is anywhere from 50% to 300% better than any of its competition, while offering waterproof levels that were within a 5% tolerance of our competition.

      First Lite's DNA is active, extremely vigorous mountain hunting. Based in the Rocky Mountains and literally testing products year round in some of the steepest, most demanding terrain in North America. Breathability becomes paramount when you're climbing significantly steep, rugged slopes with heavy packs in less than ideal weather conditions. If you sweat under your outerwear and the fabric doesn't allow that moisture to escape, you might as well expose your base layers to the elements and skip the outerwear all together. 37.5 technology does the absolute best job of transporting that moisture from your base layers to the outside of the First Lite garment so that you can remain safe and dry while exerting yourself in the most brutal of weather conditions. This is why First Lite selected 37.5 Technology over other fabrics and has enjoyed award-winning products ever since.

      The Science behind 37.5 Technology

      Comfort in clothing is greatly influenced by the temperature and humidity next to skin known as the microclimate. For the average person, the body strives to maintain an ideal core body temperature of 37.5° C. You are most comfortable when the microclimate next to your skin has a relative humidity close to 37.5%. When you are in this ideal 37.5 comfort zone, you are also in your ideal performance zone. 37.5 technology helps your body manage the moisture in your microclimate to keep you in this “37.5 zone” of comfort and performance.

      Your body already has the ultimate thermo-regulating system. The perspiration vapor that comes off of skin during activity cools the body when working hard. In fact, each gram of evaporated sweat releases 580 calories of stored heat. Unless this water vapor can be removed from the microclimate, it builds up in clothing, footwear, or gloves and creates a clammy and uncomfortable microclimate. 37.5 technology works to enhance the body’s natural cooling mechanism—the body puts out sweat to cool it down, 37.5 technology removes it from the microclimate.

      With 37.5 technology, patented active particles permanently embedded at the fiber level capture and release moisture vapor. Not only do these active particles provide 800% more surface area to the fiber, they also provide a unique driving force to remove moisture vapor unlike any other technology. By actively responding to body heat, the active particles use this energy from the body to accelerate the vapor movement and speed up the conversion of liquid to vapor, significantly increasing drying rates. This means the hotter the user gets, the stronger the driving force removing moisture becomes—and the more comfortable the garment remains.

      37.5 technology works to keep the optimum relative humidity in your microclimate so your body more efficiently maintains an ideal core temperature, enabling you to perform better, longer. Fabrics made with 37.5 technology dry up to five times faster than similar fabrics, diminishing wet cling. 37.5 technology is made with naturally derived materials so there are no harsh chemicals to irritate your skin. 37.5 active particles are permanently embedded into yarn and will never wash out or degrade.

      Customer Reviews

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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 7 reviews
      Stephen White

      Nicely built jacket. Size perfect and awesome service.

      Sam Manson
      Ideal do everything

      Durable, and stretchy. This is an awesome do everything jacket. Blocks wind but isn't that warm so is great for climbing hills

      Corey Carston

      Best top ever. Breathes well great fit and looks great. I almost live in this top it’s classy enough to wear to town and is great on the hill and on the water. I can fault it. Looking foward to years of use.

      Bob Penter
      A forgiving stretch jacket

      Bought this to go over the Brooks Down Sweater to protect it...but wearing this around the farm everyday so far as it is so comfortable. Been in some good rain and water rolls off well. Got a trip to Stewart Is coming up and this will get a lot of use as a very quiet outer when not raining. Super comfy due to the stretch fabric. Size Large and true to size.

      John Ryan
      Versatile and comfortable

      This jacket has been great. Normally I end up getting too hot in any more than 1 layer, but I've been running this over the top of a Wick long sleeve this winter bowhunting up in the Hunter Valley (Australia) and it hits that perfect spot where it keeps me dry, cuts the wind and adds that wee bit of extra warmth without cooking me like a potato wrapped in foil. I can spend a whole day in those 2 layers sun up to sun down, no dramas.