Obsidian Foundry Pant Details
- Outerwear Pant
- Care Instructions: Wash in cold water only, tumble dry low 5 minutes to remove wrinkles, and hang dry to finish. If possible, hang dry only.
- True to Size: Purchase your normal size to wear under or over other layers
- Updated suspenders included (2 anchor points)
- Mid-weight ripstop merino wool panels manage microclimate, remain silent, and are resistant to odor causing bacteria
- Durable Corrugate Guide nylon panels reinforce key abrasion zones on the seat, knees, leg, cuff, and crotch gusset
- Built-in stretch provides ease of movement in the field
- Articulated fit for optimized range of motion
- Removable suspender system improves fit and keep pants sitting comfortably when wearing a heavy pack
- Stays warm whether dry or wet
- DWR treated nylon
- Triple needle construction
- Closed crown paracord pull zippers reduce hardware noise
- Dual back pockets with zippered security
How It's Built
- Material: Merino Wool Blend + Nylon Spandex
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 21oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F (Active)
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
The combo of comfort and durability from these pants is like nothing I’ve ever had. They regulate my temperature so well, are very comfortable, yet have no problem standing up to the thick brush and briar bushes of SE MA.
Ordered these pants for early and mid season white tail hunting in the north east. Love the fit of them! I’m 6’ 4” and usually wear a 34/34 so I ordered the 34/35. The extra inch really helps keep the pant from riding up when sitting or climbing (I am not a fan of pants that are sized s,m,l,xl. They never seem to fit well) all around these pants are amazing.
I received this pant right after their release earlier this year and wanted a chance to put them to use before so I could give them a fair rating. I have worn these around the house, turkey hunting, and white-tailed deer hunting. They have been great for the warm early season temperature here in North Carolina. They are extremely comfortable and fit perfectly in the waist and length (I'm between 5-11-6ft and 245lbs). The tapered legs fit are perfect for any style of boot or shoes you are wearing. I have an XL in the obsidian merino the large openings make them a little long when I am wearing a hiking style boot. If I made any changes to the these I would go with an elastic waistband, option of knee pads, and move the suspender loop. If your shirt is not tucked in occasionally the suspender loops will rub your side, not the point of a blister or anything it can just a little annoying. If you use suspenders this may not be an issue. Other than that I have no complaints and will buy again.
Just started using the foundry pants, I absolutely love them. Perfect fit, and the knees are the best! They don’t pull at the knees when climbing or sitting. Wasn’t sure about the suspenders, but they also work good without pulling on the shoulders. Highly recommend these pants!
I bought these pants to use as a colder climate pants or when in the field on a cool morning. These pants work great and will provide you comfort throughout the day. I bought these in 32x32 and glad i did i normally wear a 30x32 and these fit perfect.
Well thought and functioning pair of pants. Great for the mobile hunter who hikes a good distance into their stand location or desired hunting area. I am able to layer under these pants without a problem which extends the duration I can use these pants into the season.
Will need another set of these, or two. Fit is a bit small, finish is good, comfortable. I wear a 38/32 pant for a comfortable fit, and had to go up in size on these to be able to layer underneath, just a heads up. Other than that, a workhorse of a pair of pants.
Really great pair of pants. Lightweight, and durable. I will say they fit a bit small, I'm normally a 34 waist and when I tried them on, they were a bit tight. Still going to give them 5 stars. These will not disappoint you.
I'm very very hard on pants and honestly how do you make a light pair of pants tough enough for the back country. Well they have done it with these pants. With making the pants from the knees down the stretch material the pants aren't tearing from snags and sticks like usual. They have used the merino wool in all the "trouble" scent areas to keep pants light, airy, and free from unwanted smells. I just ordered another pair and I really love the new specter camo, as i felt the fusion had just a little too much black and when in the sun was way too warm.
From hiking to hunting to fishing, these pants have it all. They are so diverse and comfortable. Was hesitant on spending the money for them but extremely glad that I did. 10/10.