** Performance Fit - Designed for minimal layering. Whether an early season piece or already insulated this garment ﬁts to prevent inefﬁciencies in heat retention caused by dead space.
*Please review our goHUNT Staff Sizing Profiles below before ordering
goHUNT Staff Sizing Profile
BreakdownLightweight and breathable, this softshell pant will keep you cool and dry for those hot days cruising in the mountains. Advanced 4-way stretch synthetic blend moves with you and stands up to heavy abrasion in the scrub and scree. Mesh-backed pockets deliver extra ventilation and storage when on the go.
Pant Sizing (Inches)
Measure around where you normally wear your pants, keeping the tape measure a bit loose or putting one finger between your body and the tape measure.
In a standing position, measure from your crotch to where you want your pants to end, breaking at the top of the shoe in the front and just above the heel in the back.
PERFORMANCE FIT- Designed for minimal layering. Whether an early season piece or already insulated this garment ﬁts to prevent inefﬁciencies in heat retention caused by dead space.
Pant felt extremely light but had a good bit of toughness for busting through thickets. My only gripe is the sizing. I’m a 36 waist in all previous Sitka bottoms and needed a 38 in these. I had to go through the trouble of a product return.
What more can I say, it’s in the title.
These pants are amazing. They work and feel exactly as advertised
Love the pants,very comfortable. They are sized a little small, all my other sitka pants are 36r and fit perfectly. After reading other reviews I'm wondering if this pair was mis marked on the size.
I have only used them twice, about 12 miles in total. However, they protected my legs busting through 4" to knee deep snow with a hard crust layer on top without a gaiter on and going through mountain laurel brush. I was expecting less snow. Anyways, there is no wear even where every step the ice made contact with my leg. I expect them to last a long time and they have good pockets. They produce a slight noise when rubbed together, but not audible even while walking as quietly as possible in the timber.
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