Overall: 4.5 / 5 based on 37 reviews
35 of 37 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
By: grilse from Cambridge, New York
These harken back to the old days. Well thought out design, and excellent quality. I had a pair made by Duxbacks years ago, and been waiting for someone to come out with these again.
good value -
By: pepl from Michigan
These pants are easy to put on over other pants and makes for nice layered warmth. They ware well and are very comfortable.
Great Pants -
By: trackerman from Northwoods, Minnesota
These are a great pair of pants. I have gotten a great deal of use out of them: duck hunting, pheasant hunting, fly fishing, cross-country skiing; you name it, they work great. I generally wear a 38 waist, but ended up with 40 - they fit better. Also, I usually have a 34/36 inseam, but the 31/33 inseam has worked fine.
Great field pants -
By: TownandcountryinPA from Lancaster, PA
Top 1000 Contributor
These are so traditional they almost qualify as a throw-back, and I wish there were more products like them out there. Great material--thick, strong and very wear resistant. They will work equally well in a goose blind or in an upland field or covert. Fit is good, finish is excellent.
Best field pants made -
By: 5stand from Vancouver, BC
These pants are so good I ordered a second pair. They fit into high rubber boots or waders without restriction and are canvas tuff and water resistant.
By: MNLabguy from Western Minnesota Pheasant Country
On the positive side, the pants were well made, great material, stitching , buttonholes, etc. On the negative side, the fit was very unusual huge seat and the crouch was down to my knees. I am 6ft tall and 180 lbs. and a pretty standard fit. There was no way that I could make theses pants work, ORVIS took them back no questions asked and even credited the shipping charges.
Great pants for hip boots. -
By: BackBayWaterfowler from Back Bay, VA
I liked these so much that I bought a second pair. Perfect for inside waders or hip boots. Would recommend waxing or using gore-tex on the seat bottom to make it water-resistant when sitting in boat or duck blind before shooting time.
By: CSMret from Florida
This is my second pair with the same problem, the buttons are poorly sewn on. I just goose hunted in Texas for 3 days and 4 buttons came off a brand new pair never been worn before. I had to wear a belt aafter the first day. Same problem I had with first pair. Everything else is great about them - they fit well, true to size, elastic cuffs are great with waders and the material wears well. For the money these cost the sewing should be bettter.
Great Anti-brush Pants -
By: Autoslim62 from Southfield, MI
I had purchased a pair of these with the suspenders to wear for Duck and Pheasant hunting. I finally wore them for a recent early January Pheasant hunt. I am 6'-3" and 230 lbs and they fit a little snug, but that might ease up when they get broken in. Kept me warm for a half day european hunt with afternoon walk up with just a pair of midweight thermal underware underneath. I think a heavy pair of longjohns would be too tight. We pushed thru some very heavy brush on the walk up and they did not snag, and a few times I had to kneel down in the snow to to pick up a bird or dropped shell and the snow just brushed off with out making the fabric wet.
Best Hunting Pants Ever -
By: Tickle from Chester, Virginia
My 2 guys loved these pants. They are so hard to buy for, but were thrilled with these. Thanks Orvis for your continued quality products.