Columbia Men's Gallatin Range Wool Pant,BROWN WOOL CAMO,32
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- Recycled Wool 70% / Unknown Reclaimed Fibers 30%
- 65% recycled wool/20% polyester/10% nylon/5% viscose
- Cargo pockets
- Unfinished hem
- dryclean, any solvent
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|Color||Brown Wool Camo|
|Package Height||3.6 x 14.8 x 17.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||2.95 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Weight 2lbs 10oz. This is a heavy wool pant.
Un-hemmed pant length 34 inches
Cargo pocket size 8" tall x 7.5" wide interior, square corners, exposed two button flap closure
Rear pocket size 6" tall x 6" wide interior, rounded bottom, exposed single button flap closure
Front pocket 9" deep interior, no closure
8"x8" double sewn knee pad, same wool as rest of pants.
Metal YYK zipper
2 button waist closure, one exposed one interior
Interior suspender buttons installed
Brown camo looks good and mimics surrounding colors. Against brown background looks very brown, against green background takes on a green tone. Looks OK next to muticam
Wool is very rough. I wear wool against my skin 99% of days, and even I feel it is a bit rough. You may want to wear something underneath or have it lined.
Is exceedingly warm. This is really for exceedingly cold weather if moving, or for very cold weather in a blind.
Knee pads provide surprisingly good cushion and insulation. Normally, I find such built in knee pads to be for wear, but these actually provide cushion and warm.
I purchased mine for $39.98 and the next day they were $99, so my review is based on the price I paid, and they were a steal at that price.
I'll update this review as I break in the pants and get some field experience with them. If anyone has a specific question on the pants, I'm more than willing to answer that.
These are a great deal when they go on sale. I picked up the pants for around $75 and the bibs for $80. Both the pants and the bibs come with very long inseams. I am 6' tall, but were I any shorter, the padded knees would only act as shin guards. Waistline sizes were accurate.
Don't let the dry clean label scare you away. I swear this recycled wool is self cleaning. My old pants have seen what seems like gallons of blood and fish slime from the Rocky Mountains to the lakes of Wisconsin and Minnesota. None of it can be seen or smelled after an overnight airing. When it does build up, I just throw them in the washer. Be sure to select the gentle or handwash cycle, cold wash/rinse, and line dry them.
So, I order a 36 inch waist which fits like a 34 inch on me. This worked, but in the legs and rear are cut like it was a 38 inch waist. They are baggy and give the saggy crotch. I paid less than $30 for these so I will live with the fit. They still need to get hemmed which adds to the price but still worth the money even with the down falls.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The sizing chart isnt very good had to hem them alot. But very warm and durable. Im in year 3 and doing greatPublished 15 months ago by OX
These started to fall apart on their first hunting trip. They are poorly constructed. They do not keep me as warm as I thought they would. Would not buy these again.Published on February 2, 2014 by BobbieJo
I live in Oregon, and I needed a pair of pants for my winter excursions. I get wet and these pants keep me warm.Published on February 18, 2013 by Steve
The pants were sized properly (wifemate did hem the legs to a shorter length for me), Sturdy and very warm.Published on January 18, 2013 by G. Herd
My husband was very excited to recieve these pants for Christmas! I am glad I read the reviews before ordering! I did order a size a larger as suggested and the fit him perfectly.Published on January 8, 2013 by Karen Thompson
Warm, good camo pattern, keeps my legs dry in the deepest of snow. I like that fact that it is an all natural material as well. Read morePublished on January 1, 2013 by Melinda Creager
I really like these. Very warm. Also I did not wear any thing against the skin underneath and had no itching problemsPublished on December 3, 2012 by Special K
These are very robust and warm. It does take some time to break these in to a comfortable softness. The "white" areas are more a cream to light tan color on the 3 pairs I bought.Published on November 27, 2012 by ave-joes-view
I wore these hunting when the temp. was 17 degrees. Had a pair of lightweight merino wool long underwear on under the pants. Read morePublished on October 25, 2012 by Old sheepdog