Savanna Aero Crosshair Jacket
- Carbon Alloy™ technology
For maximum odor adsorption
- Lightweight fabric
- Moisture wicking
Keeps you cool & dry
- Antimicrobial treatment
For maximum odor prevention
- No sheen fabric
Helps reduce visibility in the field
- Tapered spandex cuff
Keeps sleeves securely in place to contain odors and away from the bow string
- Safety harness opening
Allows Carbon AlloyTM to control odors on harness
- Three pocket design
For ample storage and quick accessibility
- Six camo options
Offer concealment choices for any terrain
Designed and built to conquer the special demands and challenges of the early bowhunting season, the ScentLok Savanna Aero Crosshair Jacket delivers critical comfort, scent control, concealment, and utility. Advanced, lightweight fabrics with built-in moisture wicking prevent overheating while keeping hunters cool and dry. Get closer with proven-deadly Carbon AlloyTM Technology, yielding maximum odor adsorption with an additional antimicrobial treatment for odor prevention.
Multiple camo options offer hunters concealment choices for any terrain or personal preference, while a stealthy no-sheen fabric further reduces visibility. Maximum bowhunting utility comes from a concealed safety harness opening, tapered spandex cuffs, a highly functional three-pocket design and more. The ScentLok Savanna Aero Crosshair Jacket is a premium choice for any warm-weather hunt.
Use ScentLok OZ ozone generators to clean and refresh your carbon clothing before your hunts, enhancing your time in the field. OZ ozone generators are designed to emit a powerful stream of ozone molecules to virtually eliminate all types of odors and bacteria as well as reduce viruses.
ODOR ADSORBING TECHNOLOGY
Our industry leading technology combines activated carbon, treated carbon and zeolite concealed between fabrics. The massive surface area of these natural particles target and adsorb odors and won't let go until you reactivate your gear in your dryer.
FABRIC KEEPS YOU COOL & DRY
Wicking technology draws sweat away from the body toward the outer surface of the fabric for quick evaporation. Using hydrophilic (water loving) and hydrophobic (water repelling) fibers, pathways are constructed within the fabric that help the moisture move.