i.d.i. gear Adult Arctic Armor Plus Jacket
Shield yourself in sub-zero temperatures with the i.d.i.® gear Adult Arctic Armor Plus Jacket. Outfitted with premium Insultex® insulation, this jacket is windproof, waterproof and can even float in emergency situations. The brushed tricot lining, adjustable hood, and wind-blocking neck flap work together to protect you from the elements while you're waiting for the fish to bite.
Plenty of pockets allow you to store essentials on your body, and the 4 D-Rings can hold fishing pliers and tools for easy access.
- Arctic Armor Plus Jacket from i.d.i. gear® for sub-zero temperatures
- 3 layers of thermal Insultex® insulation
- Insultex® is windproof, waterproof and even floats
- Brushed Tricot lining
- Neck flap blocks wind
- Adjustable hood
- 2 way zipper with snaps
- Neoprene cuff with VELCRO® brand adjuster
- Toggles and bungee for tightening
- 4 D-Rings for hanging tools and accessories
- 4 large cargo pockets with snaps
- Lined hand warmer pocket
- 2 lined zipper pockets
- VELCRO® is a registered trademark of Velcro BVBA, used with permission.
- Style: I-100P-JG
- i.d.i. gear
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 24580176
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by WayneJWR NOT Waterproof Purchased this suit a few years ago, but had not worn it in a heave rain until this year. I was disappointed to find out that it was not waterproof. It had rained all day and I got soaked. Just ordered a competitors jacket to wear on days when heavy rain or sloppy snow is forecasted. February 20, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Lusthog29 NOT waterproof Was at a football game and it rained the entire time. By the end of the game I was very wet. Needless to say I was not happy about that. November 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jimbo Very warm and dry I love this jacket it keeps me very warm and dry. I wear it every day holds up nice. Great price great jacket. February 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bill Love it "One question you really should ask yourself is what kind of ice fishing would you really like to do???? Not what you do now, but what would you like to do in the seasons to come?? "If your fishing consists of sitting in the wheel house, heat blasting, tv on, tunes cranked up all weekend, then in all honesty, AA may not be what you need.? "If you are like me, and like to move around a lot, run and gun, or sit on a hot hole outside, then AA is worth it's weight in gold. Warm and dry baby, that's what it's all about for me. Wearing AA instead of carharts and 5 sweatshirts has given me the ability to move around much more because I'm that much more comfortable. If it's nasty out and the other guys are willing to sit in the portable on a non-existant bit cuz they don't want to move, that's their deal. I want to catch fish and wearing my AA makes me lightweight, warm, dry, and keeps the wind off me.? "If you break through, you will float. That in itself is a huge plus if you like early or late ice.? "An unexpected bonus that I?ve found is how much I?ve used my AA in the open water season. I spent approx 12-14hrs on the water this weekend driving several miles in the freezing temps, and I was always comfortable (except for maybe my toes, time for new boots I guess). It?s amazing how wind proof the material is.? February 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Oldguyonice Worth every penny I have both the jacket and bib overalls in camo and have worn them in extreme ice fishing conditions for over five years. I rarely use an ice shelter and am the classic mobile bucket sitter here in MN. Combine this outfit with a pair of fingerless wool gloves and some sheepskin chopper mits and a pair of Baffin boots and you can fish in any weather. I have been in high winds on Winnie, Leech and Mille Lacs and Red Lake and been comfortable on a bucket. Add a Pak Shak or flip over one man Clam ice sled/house and you are even better. The jacket is light and has two drawstrings at the hem and waist to cinch down. It has so many pockets you can keep compass, GPS, a supply of chemical hand warmers, gloves, waterproof matchbox, waxie puck, wallet, head lamp, and whatever else you want to get to easily. There are two zipper pockets on either side inside the jacket. On the outside are four zipper pockets on the top. Two zip horizontally and two vertically. Each is generous in size and easily holds a GPS unit for example. Below that are two pockets on each side. One is a snap cargo pocket and the other a side pocket. You can put bulky mittens in the snap ones or the sides. If it is really cold, I wear a down jacket under this one and use a balaclava. The hood is great and does not intrude on your view or flap in the wind. The bibs are just as fine a product. They are lightweight. They are easy to get in and out of. Both the jacket and bibs have two way zippers which come in handy when you have to do the obvious. These bibs have two cargo pockets which snap and above each pocket is a covered opening to access your clothing under the bibs for car keys for example. I use my pockets for a pair of long nose pliers and a jaw spreader and a depth finder weight. I also put my handheld sonar depth unit in there. The knees are padded and waterproof and I kneel a lot by the hole when setting tip ups out or rebating or whatever and they don't even feel cold. I ice fish a lot and can keep fishing when my companions wearing Ice Armor or other outfits just cannot be out. These are really armor as well in that mine show no wear after years of pretty intense use. The only inconvenience I have experienced is that the jacket zipper is a bit longer than my short arms and sometimes I have difficulty zipping up the jacket. Finally, as an old guy--71--I am concerned about safety. I dress entirely in wool under this outfit so if I ever do go through I will warm as I walk to safety after getting out of the water. Most importantly this outfit floats. I want every advantage to get out if I ever go through the ice. This outfit is not much more expensive, if any, than its competitors. Pay the difference and enjoy using it and feel safer. It is worth every penny. January 7, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by kraut great features new product for me,first time user.Will test this winter. December 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eric Love This Jacket Its a great jacket. I tried on the IceArmor brand as well and it fit equally well. However, I stood in the store trying to get the IceArmor zipper to zip and I couldn't for about 10 minutes. I tried another jacket and same thing. That was enough to make me decide that brand wasn't for me. I was on the fence between Arctic Armor and IceArmor and the zipper decided for me. So glad I switched. The zipper on this jacket was great. This thing has so many pockets for carrying whatever suits your fancy. I got the bibs to go under it and they were so comfortable. Eventhough this is their heaviest version, it is remarkably light. It wasn't as poofy and constricting as I was expecting it to be. Anyways, I went out on a limb and purchased this online after having only tried the regular Arctic Armor version on in the store. The medium fit exactly how I expected it to and was very comfortable to wear around. Buy this if you want the best jacket available. I wish they made it as a parka because I like the slightly longer cut around the hips of a parka but the jacket is perfect as is. January 18, 2014
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