Men's Guide Lite Pant – First Lite Performance Hunting
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Men's Guide Lite Pant
Men's Guide Lite Pant
Men's Guide Lite Pant
Men's Guide Lite Pant
Men's Guide Lite Pant
Men's Guide Lite Pant
Men's Guide Lite Pant
Men's Guide Lite Pant

Men's Guide Lite Pant

Ultralight Early Season Nylon Pant

$145.00 USD

Color/PatternFirst Lite Cipher
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Sizing Note: The ultralight Guide Lite pant features an athletic fit for active, early season hunts. After extensive field testing, we recommend you round up one full size in the waist for a more comfortable fit. 

The Guide Lite Pant offers the same freedom of movement as our award-winning Corrugate Guide Pant in a lighter-weight, more breathable package specifically designed for warm weather, early season hunts. The Guide Lite's 37.5-enhanced stretch nylon fabric not only dries quickly while actively working to keep you cool, but also stretches and moves with you for unparalleled comfort. The straight leg cut with an articulated fit and streamlined profile, feature mesh-lined pockets to promote airflow and keep weight to a minimum, without adding bulk to your system.

The Guide Lite pant features both belt and suspender loops on a rigid waistband, providing numerical waist and inseam sizing for a dialed fit on your new go-to early season, warm weather pant.

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Men's Guide Lite Pant Details

Layering Position

  • Next To Skin


  • Size up if in-between sizes
  • Our lightest weight pant for active pursuits
  • Lightweight, cool, 37.5 stretch nylon packs small, dries fast, and actively works to keep you cool in hot weather
  • Suspender compatible, low-profile belt loops (suspenders not included)
  • Mesh-lined, zippered cargo pockets
  • Silicone printed interior waistband helps prevent a sagging fit
  • Stowable, roll-up cuff functionality

How It's Built

  • Material: Stretch Nylon
  • Cut: Athletic
  • Primary Uses:
    • Spot & Stalk
  • Weight: 11.8oz.

Where to Use

  • Temperature Range:
    • 60F - 80F
    • Above 80F

Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
Product Size: 40 x 33
Height: 6.2
Weight: 140
Fit Comments: A little snug. Won’t be able to where and bade layers under them.
Location: Hunting
Great pants but size up

Size up!

Product Size: 30 x 30
Height: 5’8
Weight: 160
Fit Comments: Not good
Location: Montana
Primary Use: Early elk season and antelope
Guide lite pants

Fit was really weird on me I tried two sizes one was too tight one was way to baggy

Product Size: 36 x 32
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 205
Fit Comments: if you squat a lot they they might be tight in the legs
Location: San Diego so warm weather
Primary Use: scouting or upland birds
Great but loud and tight

These pants are awesome but not for silent hunting. Also, if you're a guy with bigger legs order a size or two up. I normally wear a 34 but ordered a 36 and they are still tight in the legs and rear. I think i should have ordered 38's.

Product Size: 34 x 32
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 180
Location: Southern Utah
Primary Use: hunting
Comfortable but a few flaws

As others have said, they are very comfortable but also very noisy. The other issue I have is the opening around the ankles is very skinny. So skinny that they barely fit over my lightweight Salomon Ultra 3 Mids and they constantly ride up as I hike. You will get foxtails, rocks etc in your socks and boots with these pants unless you wear gators.

Product Size: 32 x 32
Height: 5;7"
Weight: 170
Fit Comments: Fit is very good
Location: Idaho hunts
Comfortable but loud

I started out by wearing these to the summit of Mt Borah in Idaho. They worked out great. It was hot out. I than wore them on a 7 day archery elk hunt in September. Worked well in the Rain and snow and even heat for couple days. I like how they fit and look and feel...but I am disappointed in how noisy they are. Sneaking through brush was tough. Walking sounds like a pair of old snow pants. I also wore them in the pronghorn blind and I don't think I'll do that again. I hope they soften up with use,.but I have about 100 miles in them already.