Women's Obsidian Pant
RIPSTOP MERINO AND STRETCH NYLON
Women's Obsidian Pant Details
- Next to Skin
- 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.
- 88% merino wool, 2% ballistic ripstop nylon, 1.5% polyester, 8.5% spandex
- True to Size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- Merino-nylon midweight woven ripstop fabric
- Body-mapped stretch nylon reinforcement
- Belt and suspender loops
- Naturally odor resistant
- Extremely quiet--ideal for both spot and stalk and stationary hunting
- Naturally UV absorbent to eliminate shine and fire-resistant
- Stays warm whether dry or wet
How It's Built
- Material: Woven Ripstop Merino Blend
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 18oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
Recommend for general wear as well as outdoor enthusiasts.
I bought these for my wife for shed hunting and she absolutely loves them!
Love love LOVE these pants. Quality, fit, look, these are hands down my new favorite pants to hunt in. Won’t buy anything other than First Lite
Calling all women hunters, hikers, foresters, rangers, biologists, and natural resources field workers. You need these pants.
Though I'm not a hunter in the normal sense, I'm a wildlife biologist, so my experience in the woods, id say is pretty comparable to a hunter. I'm hiking off trail in thick vegetation and these pants have held up so well. In the past, I've used hiking pants which don't hold up and work pants are not flexible enough for getting around the woods. Wearing wool is essential for Northern Minnesota. I wore them in the winter paired with the Furnace Long Jane in -30° and still felt very comfortable. They are also just super comfortable, especially since they have some elastic the back.
Finally a pair of pants that are actually made for my profession AND fit like a pair of pants made for women.
Great fit, super comfortable pants
These are great pants for active (spot and stalk, hiking, short glassing) at temps as low as about 20* F and I bet they’d been comfortable up to about 70 degrees. I like the fit of these pants because I can wear long underwear if it’s too cold, or I’m moving less. Ive usually worn hiking pants or work pants for hunting and these allow a much better range of motion and are between hiking pants and work pants (like Carhartts) in their durability. I’ve already put a lot of miles on these pants. I’ve noticed a little pilling where my legs rub together when walking. I can see they’d get snagged fairly easily, but I got poked by barbed wire and got a puncture wound and the pants didn’t tear. I’ve also packed some heavy loads and the seam along the waistband is comfortable, but did create friction and a sore (packing 80 lbs, over 9+ miles). Didn’t have an issue unless pack was loaded heavy. Blood stains come out well by doing a presoak in cold water. Still the best, most comfortable pants I have for their purpose.
I love these pants! I wear either alone or with Kiln Jane leggings under if a colder temp. The waist fits snug...I am 27" waist and wear size small. Overall the fit and function are great!
Got these for my wife. I always feel bad for her trudging around in bulky fleece style pants. She loves how light and durable they are. Super water proof and tough enough to handle thick dead fall patches in elk country.
Women's Obsidian Pant