Two large cargo pockets, two front pockets, and two back pockets
Made of super-quiet, weather-resistant fabric with a UA Scent Control Technology lining, the Under Armour® Ridge Reaper® Pants for Men also features zip legs for easy on/off, two two large cargo pockets, two front pockets, and two back pockets. 100% polyester. Machine wash. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: 1209638.
Under Armour® created Ridge Reaper™ for bowhunters like Cameron Hanes-the ultimate backcountry specialist. He hunts areas of remote wilderness where his clothing's ability to be durable, reduce noise, provide warmth without weight, and minimize packing space are critical to success. Ridge Reaper delivers them all, adding UA Scent Control Technology to create the ultimate bowhunting camo.
Under Armour® Ridge Reaper™ Jacket for Men sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-870-581-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ericgrew Great pants
Seem to be very well made. Good quality just right for the hunter who temps range go 15-60
March 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DempseyHCSO Great Pants
These pants cost more than I wanted to spend. I like the UA Line and these pants ARE great. They are light and comfortable. Perfect for Florida hunting. I wore them in Georgia when it was 38 degrees with long johns and was completely warm and comfy.
December 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 Great mid-season match to the Ridge Reaper jacket
These pants work well in a wide range of conditions. They wear just as well by themselves due to their wicking abilities as they do over a base layer. That said, most of the time I wear them when it's cold enough to wear a base layer. I do appreciate their wicking abilities because I tend to sweat a lot while packing my climbing stand into the woods, and I need all the help I can get.
The Ridge Reaper series is designed as a western/mobile hunter outfit, but I've found it works very well in the mild climate where I do most of my whitetail hunting. The Capture technology built in is a bonus when hunting wary whitetails from a tree stand.
February 15, 2012