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Kast Gear was Conceived on the banks of the Salmon River in Central Idaho, While Steelhead Fishing in a snow storm.

Our Passion for fishing and the outdoors has driven us to create superior products using state of the art textiles and technology. Our goal is to build the best gear possible , tailored for the harshest environments. Guid tested on countless rivers, in the most extreme weather, our gear is designed to keep you warm and comfortable.


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kast_VelocityJ_SM Kast Velocity Jacket
$199.95
Velocity is an ultralight jacket with paramount warmth and mobility. Hybrid design combined with thermal body mapping creates the ultimate insulated jacket for performance and protection.
Colors: Black or Slate Grey



kast_StormCJacket_SM Kast Storm Castle Jacket
$249.95
The StormCastle Jacket is the perfect all around jacket. Warm, weather resistant, and highly breathable. Packed with features including loads of storage for impromptu river trips.
Colors: Black and Green Zip



kast_HellrJ_SM Kast Hell Razor Jacket
$179.95
The Hell Razor is the ultimate in performance and comfort, and the perfect insulating layer or outerwear in colder climates. Utilizing Primaloft 60g ONE insulation allows us to build a jacket that is incredibly lightweight yet extremely warm.
Available in Black or Slate Grey

kast_HellRhoodie_SM Kast Hell Razor Hoodie
$199.95
The Hell Razor is the ultimate in performance and comfort, and the perfect insulating layer or outerwear in colder climates. Utilizing Primaloft 60g GOLD insulation allows us to build a jacket that is incredibly lightweight yet extremely warm.


kast_HellrVest_SM Kast Hell Razor Vest
$139.95
The Hell Razor is the ultimate in performance and comfort, and the perfect insulating layer or outerwear in colder climates. Utilizing Primaloft 60g GOLD insulation allows us to build a jacket that is incredibly lightweight yet extremely warm.


kast_HellRVestWomans_SM Kast Hell Razor Womens Vest
$139.95
The ladies are here to join the party with a Hell Razor Vest made just for them: Perfect as an insulating layer or solo as outerwear, the Hell Razor Vest is designed to be windproof, water resistant, and thermally efficient.


kast_steelhead_Glove Kast Steelhead Glove
$79.95
Our Steelhead Gloves are designed to keep your hands bone-dry, give you maximum dexterity, and provide a layer of warmth when fishing in cold environments.


kast_Raptor_glove Kast Raptor Glove
$49.95
The Kast Raptor Glove is a technical windproof glove designed with maximum comfort and dexterity in mind.
Available in Full Finger and Trigger versions.


kast_MXP_Glove Kast MX Pro Glove
$74.95
Designed for fishing in cold environments where feel and dexterity are a must. Utilizing the patented OutDry technology allows us to build a 100% submersible waterproof, windproof, and breathable glove.


So lets talk gloves, Kast Gear was basically founded on them, and it’s something we think we know a fair bit about. Mother nature has a way of adding a certain level of humility to our sport, that most of the time is just plain miserable. Whether you play the single hand, double hand, or terminal game…weather will affect your performance. We hear it all the time “You can’t fish in gloves. Gloves effect your feel and you miss fish.” I would venture that when the weather turns nasty, and your standing in the river with frozen hands, you are going to miss fish anyway. So what’s it going to be, freezing hands and miss fish, or warm hands and miss fish? Wait…I’ll take door number three Bob. Advances in textile and waterproof membrane technology have changed the game in our favor, and we now have the best of both worlds.


So what does all that tech actually mean? We think we have pretty killer technology, and we know our gloves work in real life, but we wanted to take it one step further. We recently got our hands on a military grade thermal imaging camera. This literally took two acts from congress, a pardon from the Governor, and one pawned kidney. We took a couple competitors gloves, set up a tub of ice water and proceeded to submerse away. We wanted to make sure we were comparing apples to apples here, so we made sure to take temp readings of the water, subject hand prior to submersion, and most importantly subject hand after 5 minutes of submersion in 50˚ water. You will also notice that the images are time stamped to ensure all things are equal.

We know our gloves perform better in the field, we have real world proof that they work better. Our customers tell us they are the best, and here is the proof. Bottom line, your hands are going to be warm, dry, and have the dexterity to manage running lines, feel fish, and best of all, reach your hand in the water to tail a fish in victory.