Welcome to our hand-picked list of the best hunting pants 2022 has to offer. Here, you’ll find gear for whatever your main objective is — whether that’s hunting deer, elk, and other big game in alpine conditions or flushing grouse upland.
For those big game hunts in the freezing cold, we included warm, insulated, and even heated cold weather hunting pants for bone-chilling days in the blind. Plus, the upland hunters out there will find a rugged pair of pants that’ll leave their legs free of briars and thorns, too.
We didn’t forget early-season lightweight hunting pants, either.
If it’s waterfowl you’re after, we’ve recommended a waterproof pair to ensure you’ll stay warm and your legs steady. And because this list highlights the best of the best, you’ll see options from Under Armour, KUIU, Sitka, Carhartt, and more.
Now, let’s jump right into the best hunting pants 2022 has to offer.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
BEST HUNTING PANTS
- Best Overall Hunting Pants: KUIU Attack
- Best with Kneepads: Sitka Timberline
- Warmest for Cold Weather: KUIU Kutana Gale Force
- Lightweight Pants for Warm Weather: Nomad Stretch-Lite
- Women’s Cold-Weather Hunting Pants: SHE Outdoor Insulated
- Best Upland Hunting Pants: Filson Shelter Clotch Brush
- Waterproof Pants for Duck & Waterfowl: Drake Guardian Elite
- Lightweight & Quiet Bowhunting Pants: Under Armour Stealth Reaper
- Built to Cover Long Miles: Sitka Traverse
- Best Wool Hunting Pants: Cabela’s Wooltimate
- Best Bib for Late-Season Hunting: Sitka Incinerator
- Heated Base Layer for Extreme Cold: ActionHeat 5V
- Budget Pants for Warm Weather: Mossy Oak Tibbee
- Women’s Early-to-Mid-Season: ScentLok Forefront
- Best Everyday Camo Pant: Carhartt Rugged Flex Rigby
- Different Pants for Different Hunters
- Factors We Consider When Reviewing Hunting Pants
- Final Thoughts: 2022’s Best Hunting Pants
- More Hunting Gear & Resources
Best Overall Hunting Pants
When you need a pant that can do it all, look no further than the KUIU Attack pant. Because we value versatility, these pants stand alone as 2022’s best option on the market – and they’re available for both men and women.
Made of a four-way stretch material called Primeflex by Toray, you won’t have any problem getting from point A to point B — even if that means hopping over a log or scrambling over some rocks.
And with a gusseted crotch and articulated knees, that stretch material isn’t the only factor keeping you free to move in any direction. With thoughtful details and quality materials, it’s no surprise that hunters think these are the most comfortable pants they’ve ever worn.
But, the good news doesn’t stop there. These pants work in a wide range of temperatures to keep you warm when it’s cool and cool when it’s warm. First they layer very well, so adding a base layer will help keep you warm when it gets frosty.
Then, when it’s warmer outside, the hip vents allow hot air to escape from your body. If you’re looking to simplify your hunting wardrobe with a single pair of hunting pants — KUIU’s Attack Pants is the best option out there.
Give ’em a try and we think you’ll agree. Just make sure to order them in a slightly larger size than you would your regular old Levi’s.
- Pros: Extremely comfortable, stretchy, durable, breathable, quiet, versatile enough for everyday use
- Cons: Can get caught on a thorn here and there, run small
- Best for: All your hunting needs
Best Camo Pants with Kneepads
Our pick for 2022’s best hunting pants with kneepads comes from a name we’re sure you’re familiar with: Sitka. Once you get a look at what their Timberline pants have to offer, you’ll quickly see why.
For starters, your pants should fit comfortably. Thanks to Sitka’s four-way stretch, when you move, the Timberlines do too.
But this material isn’t so soft it rips to shreds. Sitka engineered the knees (and seat) with double-reinforced polyester and removable knee pads to help you push your way through prickly brush, cactus, and whatever else tries to grab ya.
Then, because these pants were created to withstand harsh mid-to-late seasons, you’ll find Gore-TEX. This material repels water and blocks wind to keep you warm and dry when it gets cold and wet outside.
The Timberline is available in four different camo patterns to best blend in with where you hunt. If you’re wondering about fit, they’re mostly true-to-size, but if you need to layer with long johns, order a size up.
Considering all their features and warmth, the Timberlines are some of the best hunting clothing you can buy for the money.
- Pros: Comfortable, very warm, durable, waterproof, excellent windproofing, soft yet tough
- Cons: Sizing can be off
- Best for: Big game hunting, mid-to-late seasons
Warmest Pants for Cold-Weather Conditions
KUIU Kutana Gale Force
Next up, we have an excellent set of drawers from KUIU. When it comes to our warmest cold weather hunting pants in 2022, their Kutana Gale Force ranks as our top pick.
KUIU constructed these pants with a seriously high-tech three-layered water and windproof system that keeps cold winter wind out while maximizing breathability.
Despite the new waterproof material, you shouldn’t ever get that steamed feeling on your legs that’s common with less breathable gear.
But don’t worry, their advanced breathability won’t leave you out in the cold. The Kutana’s are equipped with KUIU’s 3DeFX+ insulation material, which is meant to keep you warm when mother nature decides to get wicked.
We can’t say enough good things about these pants, and we’re not the only ones. KUIU’s customers rave about how toasty they are, with many stating they are the warmest pants they’ve ever owned. For a more multi-purpose option check out Sitka’s Timberline pants.
We think it’s clear: If you need the warmest pants to help you power through the bitter cold of late-season hunting, look no further than this high-end hunting clothing from KUIU.
- Pros: Extremely warm, very breathable, high-tech, exceptionally well made
- Cons: Expensive
- Best for: Extreme cold, big-game hunting, rugged conditions
Lightweight Pants for Warm-Weather
Hot, early-season hunting can often lead to swamp… well you get my drift. Thankfully, Nomad made these pants with a lightweight, breathable, and quick-drying material that’s also durable enough to resist sticks, tree limbs, and thorns.
And even if you do end up sweating a bit, don’t worry about scaring off your prey. That’s because Nomad designed the Stretch-Lites with a scent-suppression material that keeps you from stinking up the joint.
In keeping with scent suppression, Nomad treated these pants with an antimicrobial agent to keep any odor-causing bacteria from reproducing and giving you away. Plus, their moisture management system wicks water and sweat away from your skin.
Let’s stop thinking about odor for just a second. These pants are lightweight and won’t break the bank. They also come in six different camo patterns, so you’re bound to find some Nomad lightweight hunting pants that match your existing gear.
- Pros: Inexpensive, very comfortable, soft, come in many designs
- Cons: Light for anything other than early season
- Best for: Spring turkey hunts, early-season bow hunting, hunting down South
Best Women’s Hunting Pants for Cold Weather
SHE Outdoor Insulated Waterproof
Thankfully, SHE, a women-specific brand, created pants made specifically for women. These insulated, waterproof pants feature 150 grams of ThermoLite Insulation to keep hunters warm when temperatures drop. Not only that, they’re waterproof and breathable too.
They’re equipped with plenty of thoughtful features, like knee-high zippers for taking boots on and off and hook and loop ankle closures to help keep heat in while blocking out mud. We also love that these pants come with magnetic back pockets to keep your stuff secure while you bounce around the backcountry.
Some women found these pants to feel a tad bulky, but most reviewers found them to fit well and move quietly when stalking wild game in the field.
Give the SHE Outdoor Insulated Waterproof pants a look simply because they do what they’re supposed to — keep lady hunters warm, dry, and comfortable.
- Pros: Waterproof, windproof, warm, made for women, knee-high zippers
- Cons: Not the best for extreme cold, a bit bulky
- Best for: Mid-to-late season hunting
Best Upland Hunting Pants
Filson Shelter Cloth Brush
For upland hunting, you need lightweight, breathable pants that allow you to chase birds, pheasants, and turkey around in thick brush. For those bird hunters among you, look no further than Filson’s Shelter Cloth Brush Pants.
Made of medium-weight, water-repellent fabric and materials, you shouldn’t have a problem trudging through dense cover in these babies. That’s because the key material at play is Filson’s Shelter Cloth Fabric, which is extremely durable, tear-resistant, and strategically placed on high-wear areas of the pant.
Filson calls this material Shelter Cloth because it’s very similar to the tenting fabric used by the US military in the 40s, 50s, and 60s. Back then, this tent cloth was incredibly water-resistant yet durable, which is why Filson chose to use it in their pants.
It’s water-resistant because Filson treated the overlay sections with paraffin waxes and oils to keep water out. This treatment also helps the fabric endure thorny brush and briars, but is also so pliable that it requires zero break-in time.
Ultimately, we think these pants make for an excellent solid-color upland hunting option. And, if you’re in the market for a dependable hunting glove, these team up with the Orvis Uplander Shooting Glove to make for a deadly combo.
- Pros: Very durable, water-resistant, no break-in time
- Cons: Sizing a bit off
- Best for: Upland hunting, pheasant, grouse, and turkey hunting, brush
Waterproof Pants for Duck & Waterfowl Hunting
Drake Guardian Elite
Let’s move from the dry upland terrain towards the wet and mucky environment that ducks and other waterfowl splash around in. To hunt in these challenging conditions, you’ll need the Drake Guardian Elite High-Back Hunt Pant.
This 100% waterproof pair of pants are built to maintain warmth while repelling all of the frigid water you’ll find when exploring ponds and marshes. To completely lock in the waterproofing, these pants feature taped seams and Fowl-Proof YKK zippers that stop water in its tracks.
All of this waterproofing might concern some about the Guardian Elite’s ability to breathe, but Drake took careful considerations to make sure they’ll keep you warm while keeping the sweat at bay.
Further, Drake reinforced the knees and butt for the high-wear areas, which means these pants are built to last. They’re also lined with Sherpa fleece on the inside, which will keep you warm and cozy when the weather gets frosty.
They also come standard with removable suspenders, only adding to their versatility for various hunting conditions.
In all, Drake’s Guardian Elites will give you warmth, water resistance, and comfort, when all the outside world wants to do is make you cold, wet, and miserable.
- Pros: Waterproof, very warm, kidney warming pouch a nice touch, lifetime workmanship guarantee
- Cons: None we can find
- Best for: Duck and waterfowl hunting, hunting in cold, wet conditions
Lightweight & Quiet Bow Hunting Pants
Under Armour Stealth Reaper
As you know, a bowhunter’s ability to stalk big game quietly is critical, which is why you need durable materials that won’t swish and swoosh with every step you take. The Stealth Reaper was made to accomplish that goal while checking a number of additional boxes along the way.
For example, Under Armour uses their UA Storm Tech material found in various products, including their early and mid-season hunting gloves. This lightweight and breathable fabric repels water while remaining breathable enough to keep your legs from getting sweaty and uncomfortable.
You’ll also find a right-side knife pocket, hand pockets to warm up your paws, zip cargo pockets, and back pockets for your wallet or whatever else you need to stash back there. The Sealth Reapers also come in two different camo patterns, so that you can pair them with your gloves, jackets, and other UA gear.
In short, hunters who wear these pants swear by them. They thrive in warmer climates, and reviewers agree that you can expect them to fit well and last. But if you’re looking for a similar pair on the less expensive side, Mossy Oak has you covered.
- Pros: Very well made, comfortable, soft, durable, fit very well
- Cons: Not much
- Best for: Early-season bow hunting, warm-weather hunting, hiking
Lightweight Pants Built to Cover Long Miles
Made up of stretchy, quiet, and breathable fabric, the Traverse uses a four-way stretch material to enable high-end mobility. If you’re after a pair of pants that won’t bunch up on you as you wind your way through the backcountry, we think these are at the top of the heap.
But it’s not just the stretchy fabric we love. Sitka made the pockets of mesh increase airflow during warmer hunts. Plus, Sitka double reinforced the knife anchor points and employed the best zipper on the market: YKK.
In terms of fit, these pants are of the performance variety. That means they’ll fit more snugly to eliminate any open areas that cause them to lose heat. Finally, you can find these in Sitka’s most popular camouflage designs, so you can match them to all of the gear you already own.
But what do the reviewers think? To sum it up, most hunters find these pants found them to be durable and extremely comfortable while applauding their stretchy and breathable material.
In all, if you need a high-quality pair of early-season pants for warm-weather hunting, it doesn’t get much better than the Sitka Traverse.
- Pros: Very quiet, durable, extremely comfortable
- Cons: Collect burrs
- Best for: Tracking elk tens of miles, dry weather, early-season hunting
Best Wool Hunting Pants
Wool: it’s warm as can be, even when it gets wet. This is exactly why many hunters seek it out as the main material for their cold weather hunting pants. So, which wool pants do we recommend? For our money, we think the Cabela’s Wooltimate are some of the best wool camouflage hunting pants on the market.
Within a single layer, Cabela’s combines both Berber fleece and wool to dish out warmth and water resistance as you move through the field. Further, Cabela’s added in their 4MOST WINDSHEAR, which is a wind-resistant inner liner that stops winds in its tracks.
Keeping you warm is one thing, but hunting pants must also obscure your view from unassuming prey. Thankfully, the Wooltimates feature Cabela’s outstanding Outfitter Series camo to keep you invisible in a wide range of environments.
Aside from their stealthy camo, these pants are equipped with six handy pockets to stash your gear and side zips to help you get in and out of your boots without taking your pants off.
Reviewers love how warm these pants are, though that warmth can create a bit of bulkiness when layered. Also, when you need absolute quiet, like for bow hunting, some think the inner liner can be a bit noisy.
Aside from these small issues, we think these are some of the best pairs of wool hunting pants out there, as long as they fit your use case.
- Pros: Very warm, comfortable, excellent camo
- Cons: Might be loud for some during bow hunts
- Best for: Mid-to late-season hunting, big-game hunting
Best Bib for Late Seasons
Pants, pants, pants. That’s what this post is all about, right? Not exactly. We’ve included the Sitka Incinerator Bib because sometimes you need more coverage than just a pair of pants — you need an insulating layer for your core when you’re facing extreme winter weather and snow.
Made from a two-layer GORE-TEX laminate, this bib is built to keep harsh wind and cold water at bay while you trudge through cold brush. And you shouldn’t be too afraid of making a noise as you move around, either, as the Incinerators feature a brushed-polyester knit face to keep noise to a minimum. If you’re after high end hunting clothing, here you go.
Now, these come complete with a healthy portion of Sitka’s Primaloft insulation to help focus your mind on the hunt, not on your frozen legs.
One of the reasons we love Incinerator Bib is because it has several handy cargo, chest, and hand pockets which are great for stashing quick-access gear inside. This beast of a bib is also equipped with full side zips, so you can air out while you move around outside of the stand or blind.
All of these features are meant to keep you warm and your gear accessible, and reviewers are happy with the end result. Many also comment that if you tend to hunt in icy conditions, get your hands on a bib, and avoid using pants.
Sitka’s sizing seemed a bit off for some hunters, so dig into their sizing guide before you pull the trigger on the best insulated hunting bib we’ve found so far.
- Pros: Extremely warm, very comfortable, well made, water and windproof, lots of pockets
- Cons: Some don’t like the rubber shoulder straps
- Best for: Extreme cold, big-game hunting, sitting in the tree stand
Heated Base Layer Pants for the Extreme Cold
ActionHeat 5V Heated
If you’re up sitting in a tree stand for hours on end, your rear end can get frozen solid. So, if you’re the type who’s looking for the next big thing, or simply love to hunt in ice-cold conditions, give this heated base layer a look.
The ActionHeat base layer has three built-in carbon-fiber heating panels placed in the knees, thighs, and the top of your backside. These heaters can crank the heat up to 130 degrees for more than two full hours.
But, if you don’t need that kind of fieriness, they have medium and low settings that’ll warm you up for more extended periods of time. The medium setting powers to 110 degrees for three or more hours, while the low setting stabilizes to 90 degrees for close to 5 hours.
This clever base layer is powered by ActionHeat’s included 5V power bank, which uses a USB cord to power them, and can even top up your phone when you run out of juice. If you want to extend their heating capabilities, just bring another battery.
These pants are not bulky at all and would work as a perfect base layer to eliminate the need for cumbersome layering. Additionally, they will provide better freedom of movement while keeping you warmer in the late seasons.
Just keep a close eye on the heating buttons, as one reviewer reports they’re easy to accidentally turn on when you sit down. Otherwise, these are among the warmest hunting pants for winter, especially when layered with a shell that can block wind and shed moisture.
- Pros: Very warm, great for layering, non-bulky, replaceable battery
- Cons: Heating button placement might take some getting used to
- Best for: Layering, sitting in the blind or stand, range of movement, augmenting existing pants
Budget Option for Warm-Weather Hunts
Mossy Oak Tibbee
Let’s say you don’t need a pair of heated pants; maybe you live in the south and hunt there year-round. For you, a reliable pair of cheap camouflage hunting pants might be all you need. Actually, let’s not call them ‘cheap.’ Let’s go with ‘budget-friendly’ or ‘inexpensive.’
We don’t want to minimize how good these pants are just because they don’t break the bank. They’re excellent lightweight hunting pants for early-season hunts. If you’re out chasing turkeys around or doing some September bowhunting, these might be the pants for you.
That’s in large part due to their lightweight, polyester material that features Hydroplex Cooling technology that’ll keep you dry and cool when it’s warm and muggy. In terms of comfort, the partially elastic waistband on these pants will flex as you move and adjust to every twist and turn of your hips.
Ultimately, these pants provide solid durability with double-layered knees, breathable fabric, and stretchy elastic comfort. If you need a solid budget option that’s available in various patterns, check out this inexpensive set from Mossy Oak. Reviewers love them, and you will too — they’re truly some of the best hunting gear you can buy for the money.
- Pros: Inexpensive, durable, breathable, flexible, comfortable
- Cons: Some say thin, but that’s expected out of a warm-weather pair
- Best for: Early-season, warm-weather hunts, spring turkey hunting, hunting down South
Best Women’s Early-to-Mid-Season Pants
While we feel the SHE brand pants are great cold weather hunting pants, these ScentLok’s Forefronts are among 2022’s most versatile all-around ladies hunting pants. That’s a pretty bold claim, so let’s talk about why.
First off, these pants have all the features hunters could ask for in their gear. To start, they’re warm enough to keep you from getting distracted by cold legs even when there’s a nip in the air.
But warmth doesn’t mean much if you can’t get what you’re after — big game.
Luckily, these pants give two handy ways of staying stealth while you’re elk or deer hunting. First, their micro tricot outer fabric keeps you quiet as you stalk your prey. Second, ScentLok integrated their odor-neutralizing Carbon Alloy technology into the pants to keep you from scaring off critters with your scent. Finally, because of their camouflage hunting pants they should keep you undetected as well.
ScentLok has three features to keep you feeling mobile and agile in your pants: an elastic waistband, inner-thigh gusset, and articulated knees to keep you moving comfortably. Because, what good are pants if they don’t wear well?
All this comfort wouldn’t mean much if these pants couldn’t also keep you dry, and that’s where ScentLok’s Precip-X technology comes in. It’s a breathable, water-resistant technology that keeps fabric durable while shedding water and repelling blood, to boot.
All in all, we consider the ScentLok Forefront 2022’s absolute best all-around hunting pants for women, and recommend them for early-to-mid-season hunts.
- Pros: Made for women, warm, comfortable, water-resistant, odor-blocking, very quiet
- Cons: Not made for extreme cold
- Best for: Mid-season hunting, late early season hunting, stalking prey
Best Everyday Camo Pant
Carhartt Rugged Flex Rigby
Carhartt’s a brand long associated with workwear. Given their camo pattern, the Rugged Flex Rigby makes for great work pants that enable you to sneak off into the woods for some hunting when the moment strikes.
That said, don’t expect to find advanced waterproofing or windproof materials in these pants. What you’ll find are versatile everyday camo pants that feature great patterns and a bit of stretch to keep you comfortable no matter which direction you go.
If you’re wondering what some nice-to-have features are with this pair, you’ll find a right-leg cell phone pocket to keep your phone at the ready and reinforced belt loops to prevent them from tearing if you snag a tree branch.
The Rugged Flex Rigbys are suitable for dry weather hunting, working, and simple everyday activities where you need to move around comfortably.
If you’re looking for a more hunting-centric lightweight pant, we recommend the Nomad’s Stretch-Lite, which is an excellent alternative.
- Pros: Durable, flexible, can perform double duty
- Cons: Not waterproof, but they’re also not made to be
- Best for: Workwear, sneaking out to hunt
It should come as no surprise that not all hunting pants work well for all hunting scenarios. For example, a burly pair of waterproof pants on a warm early-season day may make you so sweaty that you never want to hunt again.
Likewise, you’ll probably catch more than a cold if you try hunting in an early-season pair during the dead of winter up north.
It comes down to picking out the best pants for where and how you hunt, so make your choice wisely.
Early Season Big Game
Early-season big game hunts require pants that are breathable, lightweight, and, most importantly, silent.
Lots of big game hunters out there use bows during the early season, so if their pants make noise and scare away that deer or elk, it’ll be a long day. An excellent example of great early-season pants is the Nomad Stretch-Lite.
Late Season Big Game
Hunting in late seasons means you need fabrics that can handle all the abuse and icy weather mother nature can bring. That means you need durable pants made to withstand snags that can also provide uncompromising warmth and insulation.
These pants will be likely be made with materials like GORE-TEX and feature triple-layer fabric systems. Some might even use heating elements inside to keep you warm when it’s well below zero.
Check out these three products to get a good idea of what an excellent late-season big game pant looks like:
Duck & Waterfowl
Duck and waterfowl live near chilly water sources, so, you need pants that won’t get soaking wet when you’re placing decoys or have to trudge through shallow water.
These pants will have taped seams so water can’t get in and some will even include extras like kidney warmers to keep your core warm when it’s as cold and wet as it gets.
Check out the Drake Guardian Elite if you’re after ducks and other waterfowl.
Upland hunting has its differences when compared to waterfowl hunting. Here, you need durable pants that won’t get snagged and can handle the rigors of dry, thorny bushes.
We think the Filson Shelter Cloth Brush Pants provide excellent durability and water resistance to keep early morning dew out of your pants as you burst through the brush.
Men’s & Women’s Options
Tons of hunting gear companies only include men’s options, which is why we wanted to highlight the great companies out there creating exceptional hunting equipment for women. SHE Outdoor and ScentLok make particularly good women’s hunting pants.
Pants are an essential piece of everyday gear for hunting of all types. That’s why we made sure to analyze several critical features to ensure you suit up in the right pair for your particular hunt.
Pants that aren’t warm enough simply won’t cut it. That’s why we made sure to include pants with warmth levels that work for all four seasons. For late-season hunts, you need insulation to protect you from freezing temperatures.
Or, if you’re on an early-season turkey hunt, you need to be sure your pants won’t be so warm they won’t steam up your legs and stifle your movement. Of course, mid-season pants strike a sweet spot and provide versatility for the days that start with chilly weather and warm up as afternoon approaches.
Water resistance is a vital feature to consider, especially if you tend to hunt in wet and soggy conditions. That’s why we’ve made sure to take water resistance very seriously when recommending pants, especially for mid-to-late-season hunting.
Part of staying warm means you can block out the wind when you need to. That’s where wind resistance comes in; it enables you to stave off the wind chill and keep your mind on hunting. Most late-season and cold-weather pants that made this list have exceptional wind resistance.
Breathability and water resistance are often at odds with one another, but it doesn’t have to be this way. We’ve made sure to include products that feature breathable fabrics that not only help you shed water but also keep you from getting sweaty, sticky, and clammy.
Many cheaply made hunting pants are noisy and don’t allow you to sneak up and stalk whatever you’re hunting effectively. So, we had to ensure the pants on this list give you the ability to move silently — like an assassin.
Hunting products that can’t stand up to harsh elements have no place in your closet. That’s why we’ve only recommended pants that are dependable, well-reviewed, and can take a beating, season after season.
Camo is stealthy and enables you to disappear into the forest and strike at a moment’s notice. Solid colors are more suited for upland hunting when you need to blend in with golden prairies and more open environments.
Our list of best hunting pants for 2022 should offer every man or woman a quality pair of britches that stand up to their specific type of hunt. To cover all of our bases, we couldn’t leave anything to chance.
From lightweight hunting pants for early-season hunts to the warmest and most insulated cold weather hunting pants, we hope you find a pair that hits the mark.
We also made sure to include top-notch hunting pants for upland, waterfowl, elk & big game hunters out there.
Our selections will come as no surprise, as the pairs we recommend come from the biggest names in the hunting industry, including Under Armour, KUIU, Sitka, Carhartt, and more.
Ultimately, the best brands make the best hunting pants for men and women who have their eyes set on the 2022 season ahead.
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