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I am looking at the KIUI "Attack Pants" I hunt 3-4 days a week in the early season when it is still warm out. Anyone own them, and what is your opinion of them.

I don't mind dropping the money if they are good, but I am a little worried about dropping a bunch of dough on a crappy product that is just a marketing gimmick.
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I am looking at the KIUI "Attack Pants" I hunt 3-4 days a week in the early season when it is still warm out. Anyone own them, and what is your opinion of them.

I don't mind dropping the money if they are good, but I am a little worried about dropping a bunch of dough on a crappy product that is just a marketing gimmick.
Might be better off going to a milsurp store and buying rip stop poplin jungle fatigue pants. They have cargo pockets and leg laces to keep snakes ( and chiggers ) from crawling up the leg. They last a long time and aren’t so heavy as to be too hot on early season. Available in cammo patterns too …
 

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Might be better off going to a milsurp store and buying rip stop poplin jungle fatigue pants. They have cargo pockets and leg laces to keep snakes ( and chiggers ) from crawling up the leg. They last a long time and aren’t so heavy as to be too hot on early season. Available in cammo patterns too …

Ya, thats what I have not pulled the trigger, if BDU work for our troops I am sure they be fine walking in sage and grass. Not worried about Camo. My favorite hunting pants and from an old light wool blend suit, but I finally ripped them. I am not a brand whore but don't mind spending money on good products.
 

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I really like KUIU Attack pants. Super comfortable through a variety of conditions, don't bind your legs when you walk, and especially when you climb steep hills. They aren't rain gear but shed a bit of water and then dry very quickly. The side zippers help a bunch shedding heat on hard climbs. They are durable....unless you are in stickers....I won't wear mine in the AZ cactus or catclaw which will shred them. I use mine for hunting around and above treeline. I also have several pair of solid colors for traveling, like them to drive or fly in.
 

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I've got the attack pants attack jacket and the down coat. Very nice material but runs small. Like athletic fit. If you are slim and trim order your size. It's expensive but seems to be really good quality. The goose down jacket is well worth the money. Talk about warm. Just dont wear it anywhere near prickers or briars.
 

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Carhartt duck pants for me. I hunt Arizona quail early season (hot) and late (warm). They will turn Spanish daggers up in Mearns country if not a direct hit! Perfect for catclaw and lots of other desert stickers.
 

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I am looking at the KIUI "Attack Pants" I hunt 3-4 days a week in the early season when it is still warm out. Anyone own them, and what is your opinion of them.

I don't mind dropping the money if they are good, but I am a little worried about dropping a bunch of dough on a crappy product that is just a marketing gimmick.
I bought a pair last year and am more than pleased with them. They have been great when the temp is in the 40-50 degree range and are also fine when mercury dips low with a pair of long handles beneath. I am a nitpicker for quality and the pants hav become a favorite.
 

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I have several pair of Kuiu pants including a couple Attacks. I like them a lot. Slightly slimmer fit but I still wear the same size that I do with jeans. The stretch fabric is very nice. If you plan to ever layer underneath them you may want to go a size larger. They're a very good all around pant. I don't think you'd regret buying them.
 
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