Last year when I went on a mother-daughter whitetail hunt with the folks at Remington Country, which required me to find some new Mossy Oak gear. I say “required”, but as you know, I love trying new hunting gear. This show is sponsored by Mossy Oak and Girls with Guns makes women’s hunting gear in this pattern.
My daughter is on their pro staff so she already had some of GwG’s gear, but I hadn’t worn it myself. I ordered a set of pants, shirt, and jacket so I would have everything in Mossy Oak.
Let me first tell you about the pants!
One thing I noticed when the gear arrived is that it does have little pink accents, which I’m not a fan of, but they’re small enough that they’re okay.
These pants are run a bit small, which I knew because I had tried my daughter’s on first. I ordered one size up and they fit perfectly when I put them on. They do have a few significant adjustable factors to them. They have velcro at the waist so, if you have a larger rear end and a small waist, you can actually adjust the velcro so that they fit comfortably
They also have belt loops, which I just love because I tend to wear my belt with either my multi-tool, my handgun, or a rangefinder. The belt loops are a major plus. They’re very sturdy there and my gun belt fits through them.
The pants have 6 pockets. There are two large front hip pockets, two very nice size rear pockets, and two cargo pockets. The hip and rear pockets both have snap closures. The side cargo pockets have dual zippers on them. This is a feature that confused me when I first saw it. But with the zippers in two locations you can actually get into the pocket while you’re standing or sitting. If you happen to be sitting in a tree stand or in the brush you can actually zip the side zipper and reach in without any problems. That’s a really neat feature that I had never seen before.
The ankle zippers allow you to unzip and remove the pants over your boots. They also have snaps, which allow you to adjust the pant length from 32” to 36”. I really admire the adjustment factors in these pants because of their capability to fit women of so many sizes, and you know we come in a million shapes.
Not only are these in a Mossy Oak Infinity pattern, but they’re made of a durable polyester-spandex material. The fabric fits firm but doesn’t bind or constrict your movement. Due to the time of year I hunted, I ordered these in the midweight, but GwG also makes a lightweight version. The mid has a micro-tricot lining, which offers wind and water resistance.
Overall, I love these pants. One thing I think some of my friends may not like is that they are a junior fit. They have a low rise. However, as I mentioned they do flex and move with you. I feel the rise is high enough that my backside isn’t showing when I squat or bend. Follow me on my social sites, or comment on the video below, and let me know your thoughts on these pants.
GwG Midweight Pants MSRP 129.99
GwG Lightweight Pants MSRP 109.99
Mia Anstine is an outdoor writer, licensed outfitter, hunting guide, life coach, keynote speaker, and range safety officer, firearms instructor, and archery instructor. She is the founder of MAC Outdoors and Host of the MAC Outdoors Podcast.
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