Men's Corrugate Guide Pant
Stretch Nylon with DWR
Men's Corrugate Guide Pant Details
- Next to Skin
- True to Size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- Ultra durable nylon fabric
- Built-in stretch for complete range-of-motion
- Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish for all-weather capability
- 3D Double Cargo Pockets
- Belt and suspender loops (suspenders not included)
How It's Built
- Material: Stretch Nylon
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 17oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
I was hoping for something that I could do everything with - walk the dog, go on hikes, wear for hunting. I think this product is going to do just that. I bought them in the Dry Earth color and I really like it. I wear 32 pant and these were a bit small in the crotch area. I wear a 34 length so 35 was a little long, but with boots on it shouldn't be a problem. I can't wear to buy a couple more pairs!
I am an avid Georgia hunter and try to be in the woods/field as much as possible. Between Turkey, Dove, Pheasant, and Whitetail hunting; I use a lot of different brands. To save on the high cost of camo, I have been looking for a new brand that I can wear for all seasons. These pants are exactly what I was looking for. Quality is great, Fit is good for layering or wearing solo, Pattern is applicable to multiple scenarios.
Give them a shot. You will not be disappointed.
The corrugate guide gear is unlike any other camo I've ever come across. The comfort is unmatched, it's quiet, light.
I could wear this as pajamas. Yet tough enough to beat brush. Blackberry vines may bring cosmetic damage.
The pants do run large. I'm a 33W and they stretch to a 36 I think. Also they run to my toes. I'll be sending back for M, everything else fits well.
Great pants that shed water and are surprisingly warm for the thickness and weight. I bought them in the Fusion pattern. Wouldn't recommend diving through a patch of Himalayan blackberries in them, but I wouldn't recommend that regardless of what someone was wearing. Great pockets and very quiet. You'll want to sleep in them, they're that comfortable.
They fit and feel great. My first purchase was the obsidian pant. I originally feel in love with them until I tried these on. By all means both are a great pant but the corrugate might take the lead. The stretch band in the waist is a plus for me as I fluctuate in weight from time to time. They are very soft to the touch and may be a bit louder than the obsidian.
Bought these pants 5-6 years ago and they are amazing still to this day a little faded but that's it no holes or rips even after putting on mile after mile in western Montana
I recieved my order just in time for a 7 day road trip. Spent the first 2 days in Death Valley with temperatures ranging from 40 to 15 with rain, snow and strong winds. Spent a day in Red Rock Conservation Area hiking in 4-6 inches of snow on the ground and still snowing. Then a day and a half at the southern rim of the Grand Canyon. We got 7 inches of snow and it got down to 6 degrees, that I noticed. The last day was spent in the Mohave desert and it was 55 degrees. I tell you all this because I didn't have a base layer(against the skin) during the cold days and remained perfectly warm and dry while hiking, and on the warmer days I was just fine. The pants are quite and very comfortable. This won't be my last pair!
I'm not going to lie, after reading all that bad and good reviews from every pant on this website. I was on the fence about getting FL pants because it seems like a lot of people have issues with rips and holes. I ended up ordering these pair and i'm a little upset these aren't shown in the whitetail section because these pants are PERFECT. First major noticeable thing is the comfort, had no idea pants could be this comfortable. Second is the pockets and their location. Perfect for tree stand hunters or saddle hunters. Last is the material, some people are complaining that it's too thin but I don't see that issue. It's a 4 way stretch nylon so it makes you very flexible. I'll be surprised if this material rips like what I've read online or getting hung up on brush. It just all around feels like a good pant. I'm happy I chose the corrugate. Will be ordering a tan or green pair.
These pants are my go to from chasing elk in the mountains to bowhunting whitetail in a tree-stand. They are tough, comfy and well made. If you are only going to buy one pair of pants buy these!
These were my first First Lite Pants that I decided to buy. Comfortable, breathes very well, and they are quiet. I mean Army Sniper quiet. The pigs did not hear me coming at all, nor did they smell me. Had to go through some thick green and the branches hardly made a sound when they rubbed up against these pants. I am going to pick up a few more in a few different colors for sure. I got these in Medium and medium tall for when I wear my muck boots.