Whether you are headed out for an upland hunt or trudging through desert scrub-brush, The Brushguard pant is made to push aside the thick stuff and keep your legs protected. The double-front and nylon cuffs make these our most durable pants ever, but that doesn't mean they are stiff. The cut of these pants is made to be so comfortable you will forget they are reinforced. Four standard pockets will keep your gear close at hand, and the fifth pocket on the right thigh is perfect for a knife or cell phone.
- Nylon reinforced cuffs
- Articulated knees for maximum mobility and range of motion
- Double front design for maximum durability
- DWR Treated for water repellency
- Generous fit and straight leg opening
- 5 Pocket design with cell phone/knife pocket on right side leg
- Treated with Polygiene® StayFresh™ and Polygiene® OdorCrunch™ for enhanced odor control
- Item Weight: 27.2 oz.
Came in handy with the oak shrubs in New Mexico.
Typically we hunt in areas with dense briars and these pants have handled them easily. Flexibility is better than other brush pants I have had in the past. Fit is great, would recommend for temperatures <60degrees. Looking forward to using them for turkey season and early whitetail as well.
The pant seems like a nice lightweight pant. I do a lot of dog trials and don’t need super heavy. I wear 34W x 32L in every pant I own. Next pair I will order 36W X 32L as the ones I order have no extra room for anything.
The pants quality is spot on! The perfect pant for early to mid season hunting. The Camo pattern looks great 👍
I had been looking for an upland pants that was comfortable yet could take a beating. As with the other pieces of pnuma gear, these are solid. Wish I could every piece of pnuma. Fit is more athletically tailored not baggy at all. Think more of a European fit
The cut of these pants is more of a "skinny jean cut". For walking that's ok, but if you're climbing and stepping over things you'll definitely be fighting the pants as well as the terrain. I wear them when hunting pen-raised birds but I wouldn't recommend them for hunting wild chukars where you're climbing.
They look good.