Corrugate Foundry Pant
Stretch Nylon Hybrid With DWR
Corrugate Foundry Pant Details
- Outerwear Pant
- True to Size: Purchase your normal size to wear under or over other layers
- DO NOT WASH OR PUT KNEEPADS IN DRYER: Remove kneepads before care
- Updated suspenders included (2 anchor points)
- Low profile removable molded knee pads
- Seat and knees reinforced with 2L waterproof nylon construction
- Side zip heat vents allow airflow as well as access to zip-off base layers
- Removable suspender system to improve fit and comfort when wearing a heavy pack
- Built-in stretch for unrestricted range of motion
- DWR treated to resist moisture
- Triple needle construction
- Closed crown paracord pull zippers reduce hardware noise
- Dual back pockets with zippered security
How It's Built
- Material: 90% Nylon 10% Spandex
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 28oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F (Active)
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
I first saw these pants worn by a guide in Montana. I decided to give these a try for the Pennsylvania deer season. The pants performed flawlessly! The pants easily shed the snow and kept me dry during my day long sit.
Corrugate Foundry Pant
I bought these to wear as my outer layer in early/mid season and as a midlayer for late season under some heavy bibs. The best features of these pants for me are the knee pads for leaning in my saddle and the hip zips that help tremendously with dumping heat for the walk in/out and the climb that can then be easily closed up once stationary to stay warm. Great fit and seem quite durable so far!
I was skeptical on purchasing these pants, but glad I finally pulled the trigger. The pants are very comfortable and have the right weight to walk around in. I really like the side-zippers as a way to eliminate heat and access the kneepads. These are my 'go-to' pants on the weekends in lieu of my wool obsidian pants. If you are thinking about the wool obsidian pants, I would strongly suggest you look at these pants instead. The durability alone will make them worth the investment. I am looking forward to breaking these in over the winter months.
A note to those who are trying to determine waste size, you might want to go up a size. I am a 38 in jeans, but these are actually a little on the tighter side. I was still able to move around in them with a pair of long underwear, but had I had a larger thanksgiving lunch, I may have not been able to wear them. So if you're on the fence, go up a size. The 34" pant length is what kept me at the size 38 waist, because the 35" length is way too long. It is just one of those things I guess. Perhaps I should've rolled the dice, but this is still gonna work out jusr fine.
Wore the pants for a 10day hunt. They fit perfect and we’re comfortable. The weather got hot but the side zippers give you that air flow needed to cool down.
I bought a pair for myself and my husband and they are by far my favorite hunting pant. They are a little heavy for archery season, but perfect for fall elk and deer. I've worn them most every day hunting and they hold up well. I love the front pockets and the side zips. I find that I layer up for the cold mornings but as the day warms or the hiking climbs I can unzip these to cool down. My only complaint is as a female I wish the pants unzipped from the bottom OR started a little lower. I'd probably wear them more for archery or warmer weather hunting if I could unzip them without revealing so much upper leg/thigh when I'm not wearing long johns. Other than that they are great and my husband loves his too. One final nitpick, the stitching on the first lite logo is fraying...darn oak brush and wild rose...the stitching gets snagged in that mess.
I was really surprised by how good these pants are. I wore them on several rainy days the rain never soaked into the pants and my base layers seemed to stay dry. I love the pockets on these pants and they seem to be very durable through all the briars and blow down. They were very comfortable to me and didn’t restrict any movement when I was climbing. I loved having the knee pads when navigating through the brush and climbing trees to saddle hunt.
These pants held up great on a 6 day Montana hunt. They were flawless against rough terrain and the stretch to the pants was just enough. Would like to buy some more pairs for every day wear. Also the zipper vents are a plus and definitely allow heat to escape when needed
These pants fit great and get the job done! The suspenders feel great as well and add the extra support to make them feel even more comfortable.