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 purchased as second pair of these in the Coyote Brown for everyday wear to go with the Fusion pair I have had for years. They are literally the most comfortable pants that I own. They are lightweight and stretchy for mobility. I went back and forth between the L and XL. I eventually settled on the XL. They are a bit loose but allows me to wear an extra base layer on underneath if it gets really cold. If you want a more snug athletic fit and you are about my height/weight go with the L. If you carry a bunch of heavy stuff in the pockets, get a pair of suspenders to go along with your pants.
I am really impressed with the durability of these pants, walking through brush and blackberries they have held up perfect. They do well in a light rain too. I haven’t been in a downpour so I can’t comment. I will be purchasing another pair in dry earth soon.
I love these pants. I’ve bought two pair so far. I bought a pair of brown to work in and will be buying more very soon. I have yet to get hot in them even while standing on hot roofs in 90+ degree weather with high humidity all day. I know they will be great for early season hunting, and imagine they will be good for cold weather with a base layer underneath. The fit is perfect.
These pants are amazing and the versatility of them is unreal. I ordered these back in August for the purpose of an early season pant and to use them for my sept elk hunt. I wore them for elk, early season white tail, oct moose, and until end of oct sitting my treestand for whitetails (with some thermals under neath). While some may call them noisy and they are a little I suppose, but I was able to spot and stalk moose in them. Not to mention I was able to take two whitetails ( buck and doe ) from my treestand wearing them with both shots being under 20yds.
These have become my go to pant, I wear them for hunting, scouting, training I would probably wear them for daily wear if they came in a couple more solid colours. I ended up getting a 2nd in Fusion and a 3rd in Dry earth.
First off, fantastic pants. I have had these for over a year and use them when I need a bit more durability than the Obsidian Merino Pants offer. From hiking the Highline Trail in Glacier National Park to crawling through the sage flats of the Missouri Breaks, they are my go to pants. They do offer pretty good wind resistance but when paired with a wick or fuse bottom, they provide a solid combination. They can be noisy though if you're not careful so if you need absolute silence, look to the Obsidian.