Fleece inserts in the stride for unrestricted movement
Gripping dots at waist keeps tails tucked
Adjustable waist tabs
12" leg zips
Six roomy pockets
Get all the protection of the original StormKloth II outer wear with a quieter fleece outer shell in the StormKloth® II Fleece 6-Pocket Pants for Men. This all fleece pant provides increased warmth in colder climates and noiseless movement for close range tactics. The 200 gram, 100% polyester fleece outer shell is laminated with a highly breathable membrane. Inside, the 100% fleece inner lining adds extra warmth and wicks away moisture. Gusseted stride for unrestricted movement. Adjustable waist tab. Water resistant. 100% windproof. Color: Realtree AP™. Machine wash. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: 53361.
StormKloth® II Fleece Hooded Jacket for Men is sold separately and can be found through item search at item number 38-870-036-02The folks at StormKloth have built a well-deserved reputation for producing comfortable, durable, and quiet hunting clothing that can stand up to heavy 3-season use. Now they have taken it a step further with the release of their StormKloth II Fleece apparel. This line features the same flexible 3-ply fabric technology, however the outershell is now a 200 gram, 100% polyester fleece, laminated, with a highly breathable membrane, to a 190 gram, 100% polyester fleece inner lining that adds extra warmth and wicks away moisture.
Rated 5 out of 5 by johne Awesome Purchase
I do a lot of hunting and fishing in cold climates. I have been looking for a good set of insulated fleece gear for quite a while. Well i found them. They are inexpensive compare to others and they are extremely warm. I just finished a fishing tournament wearing them in sub-freezing drizzle and i stayed warm all day!! Great buy!!
March 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by TBear305 Fleece pants
"I purchased both the coat and pants for archery season. They performed excellent. Even during late deer season with temps in the single digits and snow falling I stayed warm. I always layer and these work great in early season hunts as well."
February 4, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by GCJ1 Storm Kloth fleece pants&jacket
I have used storm kloth for many years now while snowmobiling. I was using their neck gator. I was and still am very impressed w/the quality of that product. so I purchased the camo fleece pants and jackeet. it is great for wind! no doubt! but..as far as warmth it is not what they say. I get cold easy and was lookin for better solution then my artic gear (it is not the most breathalbe stuff..) with the SK i purchased UA cold gear. i was chilled just after sunset at 35*F. i then bought UA 3.0 and layered over my UA cold gear 2.0. was better but at sunset i could feel the cold seeping in esp with a cold north wind. it is a great product if you are cold tolorent! breaths great! but cold seeps in while stand hunting..I will give it another chance this saturday.calling for 30* with light winds.. there is onlhy a sight "tearing noise" when i lean away from tree..not as bad as my artic gear. the hood on the jacket was nice but, really hindered my hearing and i have good hearing....
December 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by jusadog Pants
Same basic stuff as my review for the related hooded jacket. I provide more information there.
I have a 34" inseam and a 39 inch waist. I ordered these in the same sizes I do other clothing and it was just about perfect. Room to layer and no excessive baggy material.
Pockets and zippers work great. Easy on and off like bibs.
The pants seem to be made to fit over the beltline of clothing you will be wearing underneath. I think if you tried to use a belt with these it would wind up riding down to your beltline of the clothing being worn underneath. I got the bass pro clip on suspenders and couldn't be happier with the setup. It gives you the freedom and comfortable fit like bib overalls.
Overall these have already been put to task and I am very happy with the quality, durability, and performance of the pants.
As stated in my review of the jacket I confident I will be able to layer as needed for below freezing temps and not be a bulky mess.
November 13, 2010