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
These were my first First Lite Pants that I decided to buy. Comfortable, breathes very well, and they are quiet. I mean Army Sniper quiet. The pigs did not hear me coming at all, nor did they smell me. Had to go through some thick green and the branches hardly made a sound when they rubbed up against these pants. I am going to pick up a few more in a few different colors for sure. I got these in Medium and medium tall for when I wear my muck boots.
I film/photograph hunting for a living and need minimal amounts of gear that cover a large range of conditions. I wear these pants no matter what Im hunting if the temps will be above 40. I will just layer underneath according to temps
This is the perfect complement to the corrugate guide jacket. I use this from September through the late season and love it. Warm, comfortable, and durable. From the Oregon mountains to the Virginia woods and Pennsylvania farm fields to the Arizona desert this has been my go to.
I wore these every day on a Montana mule deer hunt where I packed out a deer a few miles up and down a rocky, sandy coulee system and through dense brush. My gaiters ripped from all the sliding and climbing, but these pants held tough. They still look great after washing out the mud and blood.
Have also used them quite a bit Turkey and deer hunting in coastal South Carolina, where it’s hot and the brush is dense and full of thorns. These pants hold up. They are comfortable and they dry out quickly if they get wet.
Got these pants originally just to hunt in but they quickly ended up being more like every day pants
So my first FL pants and impressed. Great feel and so far, durability. Live the stretch In the pants and waist band. I’m 6’3” and 240 and wear XL in everything but I found these to be a bit baggier than I’d like. Next pair I’ll try large tall. Overall a great pant.
I wanted pants not only for hunting but for hiking as well and these pants didn’t disappoint. I’m so impressed.
Bought these pants for rifle season in PA, tested them for a few days doing everything from hiking miles up and down mountains to sitting on the ground for a few hours. Temps were low to mid 30's just about every day, and I was shocked at how these pants performed. With just a light merino under layer and these pants I stayed warm and dry the entire time, even through a few hours of rain the one afternoon. The pants kept the wind out, dried very fast after the rain, and breathed enough to wick away the sweat while I was hiking. I even spent about 3 hours sitting on nothing but ice covered leaves and was absolutely blown away by the fact that I never felt wet or cold, simply amazing. Simply put these will now be my go to pants for everything except long sits in a tree stand where my solitude bibs have proven unbeatable.
To anyone wondering how they hold up in brush/thickets, they did a great job for me in everything except for multifora rose. The nasty rose bushes definitely pulled a few strands of material from the pants and left some blood on my legs, but for everything else I encountered they seemed to brush right off without me getting stuck or the pants catching up. So unless you're going into something where you know you should be wearing true brush pants these hold up just fine and I expect mine to last a good while.
For size, I am a 34" waist and the Large size was definitely a little loose on me - I would recommend mediums for somebody of my build.
Wore these on a west river South Dakota hunt in 50-70 degree weather and also late season eastern South Dakota whitetail hunts with temps in the low teens with layers. Super comfortable, durable, and most importantly kept me dry. I’m a 30 waist ordered a small and they fit perfect but paired them with the suspenders which helped a lot while packing out.