Our rain gear is 100% waterproof, highly breathable, and features the quietest outer-shell available in a rain suit. The 3-layer technology adds a windproof mid-layer, and the semi-stretch inner liner increases the comfort and breathability. Full YKK® AquaGuard® zippers make sure the water stays on the outside, and PnumaGuard™ anti-abrasion overlays protect high wear areas. This pant is lightweight and packable, so you'll never be caught unprepared. The Element Proof Rain Suit will not disappoint, and that's guaranteed for life.
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 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
- DWR Treated
- Knee Articulation
- Full Aquaguard® leg zippers
- Venting zippers for temperature control and added breathability
- Pnumaguard anti-abrasion knee overlays
- Updated CAZA Camo
- Treated with Polygiene® StayFresh™ and Polygiene® OdorCrunch™ for enhanced odor control
- Item weight: 17.6 oz (based on size Large)
I love this lightweight breathable rain suit! Best I’ve worn
I'm anxious to wear these in the mountains this season. The fit and feel of the pants are just as expected and the zippers are nicely made. Should be easy to slip on and ride all day. Even though they aren't a women's cut, they fit great.
Love these light weight, comfortable, and waterproof pants with some of my favorite camo on the market.
These pants are the best I found for archery hunting. It is quiet enough, stretches and breathes well. These don't have the swish and crinkle that other rain gear does. The pants seems to be of quality build and haven't had any issues. Personally I wouldn't go busting through brush in it in Alaska as it is fairly thin but it seems durable enough for most purposes. It's a great balance of weight to features/durability. I'd recommend a heavier duty rain pant if you're in the PNW, Canada or AK as this is fairly thin and doesn't seems like it would last for heavy use. It is a lighter pant and isn't like the Yukon from Kuiu, more comparable to the Chugach (but quieter). It is more like the Boundary pant from FL vs the Omen (but quieter).
The fit is slightly loose which is good for layering. I'm usually an M in Kuiu and FL and this M fits my 33x32 size perfectly.
Fit and function is great!