Men's SEAK Stormtight Pant
3.5-Layer Waterproof Construction
Men's SEAK Stormtight Pant Details
- True to size: Purchase your normal size. Cut to fit over your gear. If you are on a size seam (e.i. between MD and LG) size up in this pant.
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology
- Exhausts moisture and maintains core body temperature
- Traps odors (human signature) and releases them when laundered
- Our most robust and durable waterproof breathable system, built to keep you dry when constant adverse conditions persist throughout all facets of the hunt.
- Bombproof 3.5L construction for extreme conditions
- Revolutionary, 2-point suspender system
- Belt and suspender loops
- Full side-zip legs for venting and easy on-off
- Dry-bag cargo pocket design
- Articulated, active fit
How It's Built
- Material: 3.5-Layer Rain Shell
- Cut: Cut to Wear Over Your Kit
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 26oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
I put my lower base layer on and then over them I slid into my storm tight pants. I felt so free as I glided into the forest in search of columbian black tail deer. I was unable to back a deer, but I was so freaking comfortable and dry while I hiked endlessly into the forest. Great pants, perfect fit, they are worth every penny.
We took this rain gear into some new level terrain,and what I mean by that is sitka,cabelas,sportsmans,etc.... we have tried it all and EVERY single pair ripped in the bushes and shrubs we went through,this year we all decided to buy first light and give it a try and for a month of every day hiking and packing meat this SEAK pant and rain jacket that pairs with it did NOT tear or rip....to me that was honestly shocking. This will FOREVER be my hunting and hiking clothes store!!
so far so good. have had these pants out in SW Washington downpours for about two solid hours of rain so far. dry as a bone under. great features with the full side zips. I plan to baby these however, too $$$ to wear them through a bunch of vine maple, devils club or even mild blackberries.
I don't normally write reviews because I'm not usually that impressed with the performance of many pieces of hunting gear I purchase. These pants are the exception! I've been whitetail hunting in northern Minnesota for 40+ years and I chose these as part of a layering system that would (I hoped) keep me dry in any situation mother nature could throw at me. During a normal 2-week Minnesota gun season you can go from 70 degrees to sub-zero temps are are guaranteed some 35 degrees and rain/snow mix. My system was Furnace long johns (another touchdown!) Corrugate Guide pants and then the SEAK Stormtight Pants as the shell. For longer sits in bitter cold I added some down pants from Kuiu under the SEAK Stormtight pants. I'm 6'1", 180 lbs, with a 33" waist and 34" inseam. I wear ML in the Corrugate Guide pants and ordered the SEAK Stormtight pants in Large. I was hoping the SEAK's would come in Long as well but they fit perfectly. These pants are expensive as heck but they deliver in all aspects and I found myself wearing them in all conditions while adjusting the layering for temperatures. I was a bit leery of the velcro on the legs and leg pockets as whitetails are not a fan of hearing ripping velcro in the woods but it's not an issue if you go slow. Pros: great articulated fit and true to size, love the suspenders AND belt loops, pockets are perfectly sized and placement is perfect, zippers are quiet and absolutely leak proof, full length leg zippers are great for venting and not having to take off your boots to put on or take off. I was going to say the Con was price but I can't argue with it as they delivered in every condition and having breathable waterproof gear is a must if you hunt dark to dark in harsh, changing conditions. My Sitka gear is going on eBay and will be replaced by the SEAK Stormtight Rain Jacket.
wore it all day in a light rain. sat in it as well. stayed warm and dry. isn't bulky at all. Excellent gear.
Well I bought these and the jacket because I needed some wet weather gear and I was moving through the woods a whole lot on a project that required being out regardless of weather. At first I thought they ran narrow at the hip, but after a few days of putting them on they felt like a second skin around the hip and belt.
I straight punished these pants. Short of crawling on hands and knees across shale or broken glass, I put them through the ringer. Swam through alder patches laced with devils club, sat through 12 hours of brutal downpour, crawled and slid through all the nastiest stuff that Tongass had to offer and not a rip or tear. You get the standard damp from sweat, condensation, and wicking, but the only time I thought water might have got through was while I was kneeling in 6” of mud and trying to start a fire. I’m beyond happy and will be using them exclusively whenever I’m on land and thinking of going in the woods. One thing I will say I think needs a slight improvement is the fly zipper is too short, but no deal breaker.
I’m very new to hunting. First hunt in the PNW made me realize I definitely need better rain gear. Shave worn these on 4 hunts since and have a full freezer. Not chalking it up to the pants but we’re definitely more enjoyable being dry.
I bought these for backpack hunting. They are super comfortable and very durable for the weight. I do find myself getting hit quickly while hiking in them but that’s the same for any HD rain gear. Will definitely being vying the jacket to complete the set