Men's Sawbuck Brush Pant
Nylon Brush Pant with DWR
Men's Sawbuck Brush Pant Details
- Next to Skin
- True to Size: Purchase your normal size waist and inseam
- 2-layer, reinforced nylon paneling for busting through dense vegetation
- Corrugate 4-way stretch nylon material in the rear and waist
- Articulated fit and built-in stretch for complete range-of-motion
- DWR finish for all-weather capability
- Two front drop-in pockets with knife clip gussets; two drop-in back pockets
- Contoured, reinforced waistband for increased strength
- Wide pant legs fit over boots or can be tucked in
- Triple-needle, reinforced nylon stitching
- Belt and suspender loops (suspenders not included)
How It's Built
- Material: 100% Nylon Chap
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 19.4oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
Good lightweight pants, Tough and cool enough for the desert and the heat....
These pants are really nice. That said, I wish they were offered in a greater breadth of sizes. I need a 34-30 and had to settle for a 34-32 then get the pants hemmed. They are also tighter than I would like around the boot.
I had some cheap pants I’ve used for years and decided to upgrade to these before I planned to stalk elk in Colorado. What a great decision. They’re light, comfortable, perform great, and I feel like they’ll last a really long time. So far they’ve performed excellent covering miles of rough elevation. I’m usually a 30/30. These fit a hair big but with a belt they work great and I like the waist slightly big so I can fit some layers underneath. Great product. I’m looking to buy some of the solid colors now for day to day use. They’re like a thick pair of carhartts but much, much more comfortable.
Extremely well made pant. I purchased mostly for upland hunting but was hoping they would be comfortable enough for any use. They absolutely are that comfortable. I followed the washing instructions but still feel they shrank slightly. Which leads me to say I wish they came in a 33” waist. Also, they’re a bit longer than my other pants but I just told the cuffs under. I can’t stress enough how well they are made and they’re extremely comfortable.
These pants continue to Impress me. They can take whatever you throw at them, the cut is perfect and makes climbing over obstacles a breeze. The fabric has good stretch, and is surprisingly not that noisy. Only thing I would like to see added would be a zipper pocket. I'm not saying these pants will make you a better hunter, but they just might.............
My biggest question was whether this pant was too thick for where I live (SC) since I did not read any reviews from my part of the country. They are thin enough to hunt in the early deer season and are very comfortable. They are a little more expensive than what I typically purchase, so time will tell how durable they actually are. I do like the fact that the pants stretch a bit when stepping over obstacles. My waist ranges from 34 to 36, so I went with 36 and they are a little big but not excessively (this will make it more comfortable to tuck in shirts when it gets cooler). Same with length - 32 was a little long but 30 would have been too short.
Excellent quality pants with a great fit and seems to be the perfect mid seasons hunting pants
I got these pants just before last season and I wore them literally almost every day from September through December, plus for winter scouting trips and a few spring turkey hunts. But, I hunt mostly whitetail and upland in them. They turn briars pretty well and held up great all year. I wear a 33-34ish waist with a 30” inseam and got the 32. They were a bit snug, as I expected. But they fit enough to wear, even with a base layer. I ordered another pair a few weeks ago for this season in size 34/32 but I’ll have to hem them because they are very long. Far too long for a 30” inseam. The waist fits perfect, however. I wish they offered a 34/30.
My biggest concern buying these pants was that they would be too noisy for whitetail hunting, but they aren’t terribly loud and most definitely quiet enough to tree stand hunt. They aren’t as silent as wool or fleece, but not loud like a raincoat where it would spook game, either. They seem to quiet down with wearing, as well.
All in all, great product and exactly what I needed for busting brush to get into bedding areas, or New England bird covers.
They do the trick fit great and are comfortable to wear as well deep pockets only thing I dislike is the Cordova material doesn’t come up high enough so if you kick a sand bur or briers up on the back of your calf you get stuck but out side of that really good product.
Haven't had a chance to wear these in the bush yet, but i've been wearing them working outside in South Texas in 100+ degree heat index days. You ain't gonna be COMFORTABLE in this climate but I'll take any edge I can to feel LESS gross. I had been wearing Duluth Trading Firehose Flex work pants for years, and once you sweat in em, you are damp all day. Still a fine and sturdy product, just what happens with heavy cotton material. The Sawbucks are a game changer. I just spent 2 hours humping a ladder and 20 pounds of tools around a building, sweating my nuts off the entire time in direct sun, was totally drenched by the end of it. My pants are already completely dry and don't stink like hell. I feel less gross and more comfortable than I ever did in my Duluths or any canvas/duck work pants. Just wish I had the sense to pick up more when they were on sale.