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
These are my go to pants at home for all outdoor activity. They stretch, they fit very well, and they don't make new sweat like jeans do. I use them as work pants and they are far more comfortable than carhart or my duluth pants. I tend to hunt in my catalyst pants but man are these awesome
These have basically replaced the corrugate guide pants for me. I wear these turkey and mushroom hunting in the spring, in the dove field, early season deer and coyote hunting. They do a great job of busting brush and keeping your legs from getting torn up. My only desire for these would be that they are offered in a 34x30 as the 32s are a little long on me.
I got these pants as my first hunting pants that I bought on my own, I’m 18 and in college, so they have some living up to do yet, but we have this one property we whitetail hunt and I got these pants with the idea that I would be using them in the thick prickery crap that I hated going through with the paper pants I first got when I was 14. I did buy them a size larger so I could layer up if i wanted to for some northern early rut hunts. So far so good, went out in them twice and I didn’t get pricker or pulled back, I’ll also be testing them in the Green and Adirondack mountains later this year and for, hopefully, the rest of my life.
One of my favorite aspects of this pant is how similar it’s fits and looks to your normal pair of jeans. This is it doesn’t have any of the fancy pockets many other outdoor pants have, just your typical two front and two back. Which I love. The dual panels on the front are quiet do not make extra noise as you’re busting through brush. I initially thought I would be using this pant for Eastern Montana mule deer and bird, but I like the fit so much you’ll find me chasing early rifle Elk or spring bear.
First off these are the most comfortable brush pants I have ever owned. I usually run hot anyways, but these do a good job of keeping me at a comfortable temp on early season hunts and when I'm covering a lot of ground. Movement in these pants are great and keep you comfortable while your beating brush in rough terrain. The fit is good although the inseam on mine were not a true 30" they were a hair over 31". Nothing to cry about as I will be hemming them to my liking, but something to be aware of. As it's been said before, I was expecting some Corrugate Guide pants layered with the nylon shell. That's not really the case , as these pants are their own critter. The Corrugate Guide pants have a lot of stretch in their waste line and these do not, so if you would like a bit of a looser fit, I would recommend going up one size. That being said, there was plenty of room in the waist left room for a good nights meal of whatever critter you happened to bag that day.