Versatile, practical, and lightweight synthetic construction make the Dalibor one of our best active jacket offerings. Designed to be layered according to the temperature and your exertion level, this exceptionally durable jacket is ideal for mild-to-cool conditions and was field tested for over two years in the Alaskan wilderness.
87% Polyester, 13% Spandex
Stay put, full peripheral vision hood design
Fit-True to sizeTemperature-Mild to coldActivity-Moderate
Haven’t had a chance yet to use it. Not my first kryptek purchase will likely buy more.
Review by Dean on Jul 10th 2021
"Dalibor Jacket - Great All-Around JAcket"
I have two Dalibor jackets that cover most of my hunting needs from early season through late season in the deep south. If the temperatures drop a bit adding a second mid-layer covers just about all of the temperature ranges for me. The quality and fit of this jacket is excellent. It runs true-to-size and is very quiet.
Review by Nathan Lester on Jun 23rd 2021
"Excellent lightweight softshell"
This is a well thought out, well cut, versatile lightweight softshell. Coloration is excellent, sizing is great (I'm 6'1 and 160lbs, bought size M and its not baggy while loose enough to layer under), the hood closer fit for active use, and the pocket layout is highly utilitarian. I appreciate the velcro spots on the sleeves as this means I can temporarily patch it for my work in rural law enforcement if the need arises.
Review by MtnCop on Dec 28th 2020
I now have 3 of the Dalibor jackets and they have been my most used shell jacket for the past 5 seasons from about mid-Oct through Dec.
I live and hunt in Montana with brutal temp changes, elevation changes over lots of miles any given day. This thing has never let me down.
Only suggestion to improve (5 Star) the Dalibor 3 is to bring back the pit zips. That feature on my Dalibor 2 is awesome to dump heat during climbs.
Review by James on Sep 5th 2020
95% of the time this is the jacket you need. 95% of the time this is the jacket I wear.
Review by James Nash on Aug 12th 2020
This jacket is great for an active hunter. I move a lot and warm up really quick so with layers this shell is perfect for staying warm, and cooling off when you need to. I've used it in 85 degree days with cool mornings, it's perfect for taking the edge off early in the day. Also used it with layers in 30 degree weather. I have it in Mandrake, which is great for the Oregon coast, but in the high desert here it's a little too green. Highlander seems to works for both though. This jacket also does well with light rain and mist.
Review by Jack on May 16th 2020
"My Favorite Hunting Garment"
This jacket will do it all. Add a puffy, it does cold. Use a lightweight shirt, it does spring turkey. It’s soft, quiet, and repels water pretty darn good. This is one piece of gear I won’t be without.
Review by spc7669 on Mar 24th 2020
I love this jacket! I purchased this jacket for a very much anticipated New Mexico hunt in high elevations. I needed a layering system for a possible run and gun turkey hunt in mid April. Being at that elevation weather is unpredictable. Temperatures can drop suddenly along with wind gust making any hunt quickly turn rough . We had a cold snap here in North Carolina mountains so in a late season dove hunt I layered up using the jacket and the Dalibor vest. I put on a fleece base layer the Dalibor vest and topped it with the Dalibor jacket! Temp was 24 degrees with wind 5 to 10 mph. I was comfortable . I did not move around much which gave me an idea of the insulation properties of this set up! Good to go! Man I love this outfit! Jacket and vest paired up nicely as the at team at Kryptek stated it would ! Thanks Kryptek. The guys at the field loved the outfit. I also wore the Stalker pant with a fleece base layer under the pant . Good to go!! Outfit was bulky at all! I was shocked to find it had the capability to withstand that kind of cold. Love it!! Just to note that I am a little over weight ! Yep we got to figure that in! Lol
Review by Mike on Jan 22nd 2020
Jacket is ok, good quality. I find the sleeves disproportionate, maybe this provides some functionality, but for me it’s awkward.