We are aggressively selling our remaining inve...

We are aggressively selling our remaining inventory at the Fall Outerwear Sale to make room for up coming shipments that will begin arriving from Vancouver in late November and December.

The SALE begins,  NOW,  TODAY,  Tuesday,  October 11th and runs through the weekend.

As a blog subscriber you are notified 1st, however inventory is very limited in size, colors and quantities. A public announcement will be sent out tomorrow, so do not wait to check to see if we have your size.

Besides Outerwear, we will have selected accessories marked down as well.  Please do not miss out on this one.

Please click here to shop the sale now. 

Because this is an inventory reduction sale the discounts cannot be applied to previous orders, and the sale prices are only valid on the limited size and color combinations left in stock.

Please let us know if you have any questions and I hope this sale helps you fill out more of your KUIU kit.

Jason

This article has 31 comment(s)

  1. Mike P Reply

    Afraid my KUIU fund is empty 🙁

    Looks like some good deals though

    Cheers,

    Mike P

  2. Levi Reply

    Any expectation of new shipment? more sizes. Thanks for the goods thus far!

  3. Dave Reply

    When I go to the link, I don’t see the discounted pricing, just the standard prices I think.

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      Hey Dave,

      Try closing your browser and reopening it. The Sale prices are up on the site. Let us know at Customer Service if you are still having issues.

      Jason

      • Dave Reply

        I guess not everything is on sale? I see sale prices on some of the stuff (i.e. jackets) but not on base layers and packs.

        • Jason Hairston Reply

          This is the reasoning behing the name of the sale as “Fall Outerwear Sale”. Base layers and packs are not on sale, just Outerwear and some Accessories. I apologize for any confusion.

          Jason

          • Dave

            Duh. My bad. Sorry.

  4. headingoutwest Reply

    the deals keep on comming.

    thanks for helping us save a few bucks on some gear

  5. Bill Van Ooijen Reply

    What can we expect next year any new colors? I used my KUIU for the CA North East opener on ducks worked well but would like some greens in the pattern.

  6. Drew Messerli Reply

    Perfect timing! Just added the Chugach jacket to my gear and in time for 3rd season Elk hunt in Colorado. Already looking like it will be a wet and snowy season up there. Thanks!
    Drew

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      Thanks Drew, good luck and please email us your photos.

      J

  7. Marburg Reply

    So does this mean there are changes that have been made to the new incoming stuff?

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      There are not significant changes to the products coming. We will be adding new colors to the solid line up that will be available in early 2012.

      Jason

  8. Shane Close Reply

    Was able to get the Chugach set and can’t wait! I had to get the pants in Medium since the large ones sold out. Hoping the Medium pants fit!

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      I wear an XL Jacket and a L pant in the Chugach pant.

      J

  9. Shane Close Reply

    Hey Jason,
    I wasn’t sure where I should post this question, but I know before I asked about a merino glove liner and you asked why and told me that you had originally looked into it, but they didn’t last very well. Having used the guide gloves on every hunting trip so far this year I really like them, but they definitely aren’t built for warmth. Opening weekend for bow was actually one of the colder weekends until now and my hands definitely were cold. I think that an added layer with merino would be perfect for the moderately cold weather. I was also wondering about some primaloft gloves either for a liner glove under the guide’s or as its own glove. All the primaloft gloves I’ve seen on the market are for their own glove, but given the material and the spindrift jacket I don’t see why they couldn’t be a liner glove. (This coming from a complete novice as far as clothing manufacturing goes.) It can get pretty darn cold here in MT during the rifle season and I’m sure it does other places. I was just wondering if anything like this might be in the works for the future. Just my two cents, if it’s worth anything. 🙂

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      Hey Shane your comments on the gloves are well noted. I totally understand what you are looking for. I will be expanding our line over the next couple of seasons to fill in these gaps. I appreciate you taking the time to comment.

      J

  10. Roy Reply

    Jason,
    Can you tell us if the new gear will have some different colours or design changes. I know there’s lots of us out there waiting for this answer.
    Maybe a longer cut in the Chugach Jacket, a small brim on the guide beanie and some kharki colour in the camo 🙂
    Thanks,
    Roy

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      Hi Roy,

      We will have new product styles coming in the Spring of 2012 and additional solid colors in most styles in late winter.

      Jason

  11. Dan Reply

    Jason,
    Will you have a Kuiu booth at the outdoor show February in Salt Lake?

    And if so will you be selling anything there?

    Thanks

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      Yes we will Dan.

  12. ryanhutchcab Reply

    Dang, waiting for my paycheck to deposit and I totally missed out. Sold out in my sizes. Guess that just gives me some more time to save up for Kuiu in the future.

  13. John Frazer Reply

    When do you expect to have some Guide jackets in brown XL?

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      Not until after the 1st of the year.

  14. Shane Close Reply

    Hey Jason,
    Just got my Chugach set in and I really like it! The Jacket almost seems big if anything compared to the rest of the gear I have all in the same size. I really like the pants too. The one complaint I have about these, and most other rain pants, is that you can’t access your pockets in them. I think the easiest solution for the Chugach pants would be to have that zipper go pretty much all the way to the top of the pant. Then you could use it to create a pocket access kind of like you would with a heat vent. Just thought I’d share my thoughts on it.
    Shane

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      Hi Shane,

      Chugach is size graded so you can add layers underneath. In regards to the pants, great comment on the pocket access, I did design the leg vents so you can access the cargo pockets.

      Jason

      • Shane Close Reply

        Okay, cool. I just threw all my other kuiu gear underneath and still had lots of room. I know I am in the minority but I like/need to access my hand pockets. I always have my insulin pump and my tester and strips in those pockets and like to have access to them. Still, great products and I love everything I have. Can’t wait to get more! I just need to save up for the solid colors in everything now. 🙂

  15. Justin Starck Reply

    Jason,

    Have you looked into Polartec NeoShell as a fabric option? I have really wanted to try it out. It would be cool to have a single jacket I could take for early season when I wasn’t expecting much weather but still wanted to be prepared. I know there would be compromises resulting from essentially combining your soft shell and rain shell into a single garment but if it is the performer they are claiming, the weight savings could be worth it. Plus, I am still searching for a quieter waterproof fabric.

    Justin.

    • Jason Hairston Reply

      Hey Justin,

      I have looked at the Neo-Shell and the technical information. What Polartec has done is developed a highly breathable hard shell. To make it highly breathable they have sacrificed the water proof rating of the laminate. Pressure and lots of rain can penetrate this type of shell. Neo shell is noisy like most other hardshells. I am not certain it gives you much if anything on the Toray laminate and you end up with a product that will not keep you dry when you REALLY need it. I am always searching for a quieter waterproof fabric as well.

      Jason

      • Justin Starck Reply

        Thanks for the reply Jason. I am just hoping to find something that would have a little more weather protection than the guide jacket while not giving up too much breathability, so I would feel okay leaving my Chugach jacket at home when the weather report didn’t look too bad. I am with you on the noise, I bet is at least as noisy as the Chugach material. Even so, I think it would be great for a Randonee ski jacket, so I may have to try one out anyway.

  16. Mark Reply

    If you are looking for new gear suggestions, a lightweight packable fanny pack would be nice. When I packed in a bivy camp with my icon 3000 I ended up staying in the same place so didn’t really need to use the pack for short hunts from camp. I ended up buying a cheap fanny pack for this reason. One in Vias would be great. Thanks!

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