Sitka Pants

shooter50gill

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Trying to decide on the perfect pants for late October/ early November back country hunting. Very durable, not too heavy, but could still provide some warmth when used with layers. The mountain pants are the set I’ve been considering but I figured I’d get any input others might have. Let me know your opinions and experiences.
 

406unltd

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That late in the year all bets are off regarding weather in my part if the country so my pant of choice if I could only have one would be the timberline. Mtn pant would fair pretty well though. I stop using my mtn pants about mid October maybe after the first week. Just depends what is doing out there.
 

H80Huntet

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I think they’re true to size bordering on loose fit for me, in my normal size. I’d just order whatever size jeans/pants you normally buy. I guess if you really wanted to layer like crazy you could go up one inch (they have odd waist sizes too) but I’d start true to size.
 

rm06

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CO
I had the same conundrum and ended up with the Mountain pant. I'm very happy with them and they are very versatile. I do not use the knee pads

Sizing is spot on.
 

bozeman

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I’ve had both mountain pants and timberline.....liked both but kept the mountain pants.
 

Decker9

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BC goat mountains
My go to are the timberlines, though Iv never used the mountain pant.

If they had the ass and knees of the timberline, on the old 90% pant, it would be the cats meow for later season.
 
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