Men's SEAK Stormtight Pant
3.5-Layer Waterproof Construction
Men's SEAK Stormtight Pant Details
- True to size: Purchase your normal size. Cut to fit over your gear. If you are on a size seam (e.i. between MD and LG) size up in this pant.
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology
- Exhausts moisture and maintains core body temperature
- Traps odors (human signature) and releases them when laundered
- Our most robust and durable waterproof breathable system, built to keep you dry when constant adverse conditions persist throughout all facets of the hunt.
- Bombproof 3.5L construction for extreme conditions
- Revolutionary, 2-point suspender system
- Belt and suspender loops
- Full side-zip legs for venting and easy on-off
- Dry-bag cargo pocket design
- Articulated, active fit
How It's Built
- Material: 3.5-Layer Rain Shell
- Cut: Cut to Wear Over Your Kit
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 26oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
I will be returning new pants. I really think the pants make a Lot of noise. I have the regular Uninsulated pants and they are great. Sorry but sending back this week
After owning these pants for several seasons I finally had to put them to the test on a roadless area Bison hunt. These pants kept me dry in 14 hours of torrential cold rain. Including 4 hours of saddle time which is hard on any rainpant. My dad got hypothermia so I was out of the tent getting wood and supplies most of the downpour to try and dry his shit out. Breaking firewood over my knee and going through thick deadfall. Never had a tear or a worry. These pants performed phenomenally.
Held up great trucking through brush and post-holing around tussocks along the Dalton highway in 45F and rainy (albeit with some heavy-duty gaiters on as well). Well designed zippers, comfortable stretch waistband, suspenders are dope. Big fan.
If you run hot like me, they're definitely best <55F. Pairs well with just light wool bottoms and these, no mid-layer (a la corrugate/obsidian).
Used these for a 12 day paddling trip on the Noatak River in Alaska. This was a very wet place when you consider the daily rains that we experienced, the saturated vegetation, and water coming over the bow of the canoe when we hit rapids around every turn. Wore these all day every day and they kept me mostly dry. A bit of seepage through the fabric when kneeling in the boat in standing water...but i don't think this is what these are designed for. Did daily hikes through the tundra and the pants were quiet and comfortable. My only regret is not getting a size M instead of L. I'm 6'3" and 33" waist. The size L was way too big even when wearing multiple layers. On the upside, the suspenders work great and are easy-on and easy-off when needing to "do your business" in the wilderness. If you're going somewhere wet, you need these pants.
I've used these pants on a total of 9 days worth of Olympic rainy days in the mountains. I have tons - TONS - of rain gear and usually prefer to hunt with just a rain jacket, but this elk season was calling for an exceptional amount of rain (on the Olympic Peninsula even), so I decided to pick up another new pair of rain pants to the bewilderment of my wife. These bad boys performed. At one point, four days into constant rain, we spotted some spikes on a far off mountain and had to cross a valley river. At one point, the river was just under my belt line. The only wetness I had when I finally extracted myself was around my ankles where I lacked protection from gaiters. I've never cared for gaiters, but I would recommend a pair if you plan on doing river crossings in November. The pants dry extremely quickly - much faster than any GoreTex pants I have. The pants for some reason held up better to prolonged rain than the Seak jacket. It probably has to do with fewer openings. One thing I didn't like was the velcro thigh pockets. A lot of comments here talk about how noisy the pants are when moving - they are - but these pockets are worthless unless you are in elk camp. I walked 62 miles in these during elk season, a majority of which was bushwacking, and beat them up pretty badly. They will hold up through general brush walking, but if you're pushing through devil's club and blackberry vines, they're going to get torn up. If First Lite allowed pictures in their reviews, I would post some of the scratch damage. This isn't really a jab at the Seak as I pushed it to the absolute limit to see what it was capable of, but something to be aware of. It's heavy duty, but you still need to take care of it.
Overall, I highly recommend the Seak. In 62 miles, 29,000' of elevation change over 9 days - largely bushwacking in mid November on the Olympic Peninsula, I have had a chance to put it through its paces and I am highly satisfied with the performance. I love how quickly it dries and the durability exceeds any GoreTex shell I own. 93/100
The PNW is a wet wet area and weather shifts can be almost instant. These pants are light but bulletproof. Whether im in the duck blind or in the thick of the coastal rainforest on the peninsula, this pant crushed the task at hand. Sized a little large making it easy to layer up when needed.
Amazing pants for wet weather. Used shortly after I purchased them for a upland bird hunt, kept me warm and dry when the weather turned to wet snow and rain. Easy to vent excess heat while hiking with full length side zipper. Looking forward to years of use as my hunting specific rain wear.
I bought this along with the jacket, definitely will not keep you warm when the temps drop, but will keep you dry when mother nature pulls out the fire hose. I used this for hiking through the wet thawing woods of the Idaho Panhandle following a freak snowstorm and bitter cold temps. This was of course my outer layer when appropriate. Under this I was able to very comfortably layer my Fuse Long John's Obsidian Merino Pants, Brambler Gators and Uncompahgre Puffy Pants. The cut on these pants is very well executed. The leg fabric does not seem to easily rub on itself during your stride and are fairly quiet while walking...considering they are rain gear.... These are very breathable and the two point suspenders worked well with the traditional three point suspenders on my Obsidian Merino pants. All in all these are very well thought out and comfortable. Did I mention the pockets are epic? I recommend this system. . . If you're backpacking consider the Stormlight system.
These pants are the best wet weather pants I’ve ever used. From a drizzle to a downpour, these keep me dry.
These are amazing. I have hunted in Alaska a handful of times in cheaper rain gear and always ended up miserable and wet. I bought these for a caribou hunt and it rained the entire trip however I stayed nice and dry.