When I broke down years ago and dropped $150 on a pair of Sitka Mountain Pants, I had zero buyers remorse. In fact, that purchase ranks well into my best top 10 gear purchases of all time. Why? The fit is just fantastic. Before I started wearing Sitka hunting pants, I had a hard time finding pants that fit my relatively tall and athletic frame. I’d end up with pants that were too tight in the thighs, too short in the leg, or worse, too big in the waist and cinched with a belt. Climbing over deadfalls meant that the excess fabric in the crotch would get caught. Not cool. The Sitka Mountain Pants changed all that. They start with a great fit, but they also have smart pockets, have super build quality — and have built-in knee pads. Since that first move, I’ve worn several other Sitka hunting pant models, all of which have been similarly excellent. But the different Sitka pants are hard to figure out — which pants are great for hot weather? Which for colder weather? Which Sitka pant is the best do-it-all pant?
To help hunters cut to the chase and buy the right Sitka pant, I created a guide to Sitka’s big game hunting pants at Man Makes Fire. Check it out when you’re ready to upgrade or nab a new pair of Sitka hunting pants!