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Sage moves into apparel with Quest

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The flagship of the new Sage apparel range – the Quest Softshell Insulated Hoody.
↑ Sensitive to the sun – the Keys Crew.
↑ Seychelles Convertible Pant – ideal for travel or time on the water.

Sage, which is renowned as a builder of some of the world’s finest fly fishing rods and reels over the last 30 years, has introduced its first line of fishing apparel.

The company says that it has been designed to perform in a wide variety of conditions, from fishing the flats in the blazing sun to chasing steelhead in an ice-cold river.

“We’ve designed our technical apparel with premium fabrics, creating an aesthetic that combines form and function for anglers who demand the best,” said Sage Marketing Manager, Eric Gewiss. “Each new piece of clothing features angling specific details, extreme weather protection attributes and advanced construction techniques to provide the highest quality possible.”

Sage’s Quest Collection includes technical garments designed for discerning anglers who travel the globe. The outstanding piece in this collection is said to be the Quest Softshell Insulated Hoody.

Sage says that the jacket is unique to the fly fishing world with Primaloft® insulation mapped throughout the main body for core warmth with no insulation in the arms for unrestricted movement.

The high performance 4-way stretch, double weave exterior fabric combines nylon with DWR coating for water and wind resistance. The adjustable cuff with low profile closure, adjustable waist and hood and pre-shaped sleeves add technical features that anglers will appreciate, adds the company.

The Quest Softshell Hoody is available in Canyon and Black for a retail price of $250.

Other pieces in the Quest Collection includes the Ultra-Light Rain Shell, which uses Sage’s new GeoShell™ membrane to ensure that anglers stay dry and comfortable on even the wettest days.

It is easy to pack and weighs just over 10oz. Sage says the 3-layer breathable jacket is the lightest on the fly fishing market. It comes in two-tone Deep Green and retails at $200.

Made from the same 4-way stretch double weave as the Insulated Hoody,

The Quest Softshell Jacket is lightweight for unpredictable weather days. It comes in Canopy and Black and costs $175.

Sage’s next offerings in the line-up include pieces designed to protect sensitive skin from the sun. The Keys Crew is a lightweight, technical long-sleeve with UPF 30+ sun protection.

It also boasts elongated sleeves with a thump loop and a raised collar for protection from the sun. Available in Fog Bank, Offshore Blue and Equator, the shirt retails for $45.

The Seychelles Comfortable Pant is ideal for travel or time on the water. The zip-off pant legs provide versatility while the abrasion-resistant nylon fabric is quick-drying and fast wicking.

It is available in either Sand Bar or Dark Peat and retail at $80.

For everyday wear Sage has introduced the Lodge Collection. The company says it has just enough features for technical functionality, but all the style and comfort anglers demand.

The Opala Guideshirt is a top that – thanks to its quick-drying – is equally at home après fishing. Availalble in Canyon, Offshore Blue, Dorado and Smoke, it has a retail price of $80.

The Kanetok Wool Pro 1/3 keeps anglers warm with Polartec® Power Dry® with wool. It comes in Black,

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