Sitka® Open Country Ascent Hunting Pant for Men
- Easy moving, breathable hunting pant for hunters who stay on the move
- Flexible four way stretch polyester/lycra blend weave with DWR finish
- Fully gusseted for comfort and easy range of motion
- Brushed for silent finish
- Articulated knees
- Roll-up pant leg system with snaps for stream crossings
- Five pocket configuration - lots of room for vital gear
Manufacturer model #: 50007-OB.
Sitka's Open Country series puts the focus on highly durable, packable garments ideal for hunting open country and mountainous terrain where coverage is minimal. Open Country garments are perfect for glassing open bowls and battling scree fields, where you can expect moderate to higher activity levels with periods of motionlessness.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Temple Great Active Pant I purchased the SitkaGear Ascent Pant in Optifade Open Country Camo 5months ago and I am thoroughly impressed. I have a 31”waist and 32”inseam and I bought the pants in size 32. They fit great and are extremely comfortable and durable. The fabric is stretchy and makes climbing, hiking and stepping over deadfall a breeze. They are not classed as waterproof, but the pants don’t absorb water like a normal pant does. I wore them while hiking in knee deep snow and my legs stayed dry, as snow didn’t stick to the legs like any other camo pant I’ve worn. Love all the thought and detail that was put into these pants and I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for an active pant. They are quiet walking through the bush and you can cruise without resistance in the open. Very lightweight also. I am a HuntingTech and I test gear for GORE. May 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by LB42 Great Pants These pants are great. I have tried many brands but none have the quality and comfort that these offer. They are expensive but well worth the money. October 23, 2012
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