Tough, comfortable and built to last, the Pnuma Pursuit™ line is designed to pair with all of our Caza gear. For early season, pair them with a Renegade T-shirt, Gunnison Hoodie or even an Alpha Vertex Vest in cool temps. For Mid Season you can comfortably pair them with Waypoint, Alpha Vertex, Palisade Puffy, or Selkirk Jackets.
- PnumaGuard™ overlays on the knees for added durability
- Removable and flexible impact-resistant kneepads included
- 5 Pocket design with zippered secured internal thigh pockets and one zippered back pocket
- Durable nylon 4-way stretch
- Fast wicking and fast drying fabric
- Articulated knees for maximum range of motion
- DWR treated
- Treated with Polygiene® StayFresh™ and Polygiene® OdorCrunch™ for enhanced odor control
- Updated Caza Camo
- Item Weight: 27.2 oz.
Comfortable pants. Nice material fits good for a big guy. Only complaint is the pockets where you would normally carry a pocket knife with the clip. I notice my knife was starting to work up and out of the pocket. The first time. I pushed it back down then a few hours later noticed my bench made bugout 535 was missing. So beware on that guys. It turned out to be a sad hunt thinking about losing a 200 dollar knife. I know wth was I thinking carry it but to be honest the last 3 years with any knifes I carried I never had one come out of my kuiu attack or pro pants
These pants are a bit noisy but have a great fit! They are super comfortable and I can’t wait to break them out on September Elk
Great pants, love the material and comfort. Very tough and high quality materials used. Definitely would recommend, and will definitely buy agine.
Deciding on which hunting clothing to go with is tough since fit is such a personal thing and it’s a pretty big investment. That said, I decided to go for some pieces from Pnuma over some of the other big names, mostly based on videos from ElkShape and many late nights piloting over reviews.
I couldn’t be more impressed with the Alpha Vertex Jacket and Alpha Vertex Pants from Pnuma.
I did get more use out of the pants than the jacket, but the jacket was comfortable and warm when I used it. At 30 degrees I was warm hiking. Otherwise, spring bear hunt was warm enough to not need to pull it out.
I wore the Vertex pants every day on trails and bushwhacking through swamps and deadfall.
The bear I shot was in a ton of deadfall and there were many times they snagged on branches of fallen trees. Most the time I tried to untangle myself safely and without pulling at the pants, but there were definitely times where I just had to pull through to snap branches off. I swore I would have tears in the legs, but after getting home, no tears, snags, wholes or otherwise. I was so impressed.
Knee pads came in clutch for both the shot and for the field dressing of the bear. You couldn’t definitely use a glassing pad, but really nice to just have them there already and I didn’t notice them on the hike.
I typically would wear 30” inseam, but the lowest was 32” for the size I needed. This ended up working well as I was able to tuck the pants into my boots.
The pocket configuration for the front pockets is kinda weird and anything you put in them does lay on your thighs. I just don’t really use them for anything big.
I am pretty impressed. Very confident in the material and toughness.
Very heavy duty