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November 2018
Author: Garth Jenson

As improvements in technology have become available, we've made updates to numerous styles in our product line, but we've been apprehensive to apply updates in material and design to our most popular pant offerings. Instead, we've taken Toray's latest technologies and created the Pro Pant as a new addition. This versatile pant can be worn in a wide range of conditions, from early season to late season with proper layering, and it is ideal for rough terrain and harsh conditions where added durability is crucial. A new, very durable Primeflex polyester fabric was developed by Toray, which is more abrasive and pick resistant, yet it has the same fit, feel, and stretch that have made our pants popular among mountain hunters. Also included are the all-new, very quiet ULTRASUEDE foam-lined kneepads fro increased comfort while kneeling or crawling. This pant is finished with coatings of Toray MAKSPEC and Toray DWR to reduce bacterial odor and repel outside moisture.

"My favorite hunting pant for 80% of hunting conditions has always been the KUIU Attack pant, that is until KUIU introduced the Pro Pant. I have been wearing the Pro Pant this year, and after getting an Alaska Dall sheep and Colorado elk/deer hunt under my belt with them, I can honestly say these are my go-to pants! The fabric seems to be slightly more durable than the Attack pant, and the kneepads are thick enough to provide protection but are not super bulky like in other brands to make them inconvenient to have on the garment. The fact that the kneepads add less than an ounce to the overall weight comparing them to the Attack pant makes them a must-have in my backcountry clothing lineup." - Garth Jenson, Professional Hunt Advisor


  • Four-way stretch
  • Brushed interior
  • Foam kneepad
  • Articulate knees
  • Gusseted crotch
  • Hip vents
  • Two hand pockets
  • Two cargo pockets
  • Two seat pockets
  • One internal storage pocket
  • 34" inseam (can be let out to 35.5" for taller users)
MSRP: $180

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