Boundary Stormtight Pant
2.5-Layer Waterproof Construction
Boundary Stormtight Pant Details
- True to Size: Purchase your normal size to wear over other layers
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology
- Exhausts moisture and maintains core body temperature
- Traps odors (human signature) and releases them when laundered
- Our most lightweight, breathable, and packable foul weather system for high exertion backcountry hunts when weight and pack space are imperative.
- Compact and extremely lightweight
- Full-length zippers mean they can be pulled on and off over your boots, making them very easy and quick to take on and off--less than a minute!
- Built-in stretch for complete range of motion
- Pressure tested watertight zippers on all enclosures
How It's Built
- Material: 2.5-Layer Rain Shell
- Cut: Cut to Wear Over Your Kit
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 19oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
Great pair of lightweight pants to use for backcountry rain gear
Seak stormtight rain jacket
Light weight, very packable, typical First Lite quality. I might look for something tougher for PNW, but for hunting in southern Rockies, plains & southeast. Very happy with the product
Light and pack well. Did it’s job a kept me dry!
These pants should be mandatory equipment for anyone hunting late season in the PNW. I wore them daily through the soaking wet, waist to chest high salal and ferns of the Cascades, and they kept me dry every time. Along with my Traverse gaiters and good footwear, I stayed comfortable and warm. If only I had this stuff years ago.
Great pants worked perfect
I bought these three years ago and honestly haven't used them much in the field. Live in CO so not much rain. They fit well - waist and inseam. They are pretty lightweight, so not too cumbersome to pack in.
These pants are light weight while still being warm and dry. Impressed with how quiet they are, but really glad I got the First Lite Gaters which are probably integral to keeping from ripping the pants when walking through the brush.
I was resisting rain gear because I didn’t think I wanted to pack it, it’s relatively dry where I hunt, etc. Dumb. This stuff is well designed, much lighter and easier to pack than I thought, and definitely more versatile. Even if dry, it’s a perfect shell for wind protection in the early morning and evening chill while glassing, especially when the days are relatively warm otherwise. I find myself throwing those on more than I wear my zip off base layers. Just easier.