Our rain suit starts with a High performance waterproof breathable membrane. The fabric has a 100% polyester interlock that keeps water at bay, and we add a 3M C4 DWR coating to enhance the waterproofing even further. The result is a waterproof rating of 20,000mm and MVP breathability rating of 15,000 g/m2/24h. That means you will stay dry and will not overheat in this gear. Pnumaguard anti-abrasion overlays protect your knees from wear and tear. The quiet material has 4-way stretch properties for a comfortable fit and pit zip vents for warmer days.
- 100% Waterproof
- High performance waterproof/breathable membrane
- 3M C4 DWR Treated
- Knee Articulation
- Full Aquaguard® leg zippers
- Pnumaguard anti-abrasion knee overlays
- VEIL Camo
- Item weight: 17.6 oz (based on size Large)
Pnuma does it again!
Great product for the money, few pockets which translates to fewer places for water to get in.
Just busted these out for my second season blacktail hunt in Oregon. Weather was terrible. 4" of rain over the course of the hunt. These kept me dry the entire time. Even had to cross a swollen creek that was up to my knees on my way out. Between these pants and my gaiters not a drop of water made it past during the crossing. I thought for sure I was getting my boots soaked. The waist belt us nice and adjustable. The pants are super light for how rugged they are. Probably gonna buy the jacket now too cuz the pants were just that good and now I'm looking at my rain jacket with less enthusiasm than I did prior lol.
I wear a Medium size in almost every rain pant I’ve ever had, and over another hunting pant. The sizing of the 3L is for skinny, tall people. LOL. I’m 5’10” and 180 lbs with a 32-33” waist. This pant in Medium is too snug to comfortably wear another pant underneath it. What to do when its not raining or snowing? 2 hours into a hike, I was tired of hiking my 3L back up. I know that size Large would be too big in both waist and inseam.
I like the pant materials, quality craftsmanship, and intention to offer a slim line of rain pant, but there isn’t enough selection in size to accommodate me or a whole lot of people. What would a 5’ 8”, 200 lb guy with a 30” inseam wear?
I would very much like to see this pant in a bib, or at least a provision for light suspenders. At 72 yrs old, my belly is bigger than my ****😂
Pretty good pants, just a little more fragile than I would like, poked a couple holes in one pocket just from carrying some spare ammo in it. Other than that they were comfortable, stretched well and kept me dry on a alaska moose hunt.
I bought these for an upcoming hunt in Canada. I was really surprised with the fit. I am 6'2 and the large tall fit me perfectly. Wore them one time turkey hunting in mild rain and stayed completely dry