You'll love the feel and function of this ElimiTick Insect Repellent Bug Proof five pocket pant. Made of cotton-free Clever Cloth, it won't fade or shrink and it's extremely durable, too. Roomy slash pockets and bellowed, button down cargo pockets will hold plenty of gear.
Medium - Waist 31-33 - Inseam 31.5
Large - Waist 34-36 - Inseam 32
XLarge - Waist 37-39 - Inseam 32.5
2XLarge - Waist 40-42 - Inseam 33
Posted by T Blackwell on 22nd Apr 2014
These are great pants. The material is about as ideal as I have seen for a lightweight warm weather pant. Not extremely lightweight, probably about 5-6 oz. per yard and extremely breathable. The waist size is accurate and the elastic section is a nice touch. You can tell the fabric is treated and it feels like a very lightly treated oil cloth but hardly noticeable. I have only worn the pants for one long day and did notice that insects wanted nothing to do with the fabric. I have used spray on permethrin tick repellent/killer on all my turkey hunting clothes for years and can attest to it's effectiveness. I hope the pants retain their effectiveness for the life of the garment as stated in the product description. The Realtree camo pattern is very vivid and is as good as it gets. My one complaint is the lack of a left rear pocket and the reason I gave four instead of five stars. For the price of these pants I think the manufacturer can include the traditional left rear pocket. In turkey hunting pants especially pockets are greatly needed and it makes no sense to have cargo pockets, etc. and leave off a rear pocket. The cargo pockets are very functional if a bit difficult to access. They have protective flaps that don't utilize buttons so the flaps are a bit tight to the pocket and a little difficult to get things into and out of. The front slash pockets are deep and useful but are cut at an odd angle which is more straight up and down than jeans or other work pants. Not a problem just different. Overall I would purchase the pants again based on what I know now. The biggest question is whether or not these pants will retain their repellent properties over the long haul since a sixty bucks sale price is pretty steep.