Everyday: Workwear

Back Forty Pant [NEW] 


The Back Forty is a hard-working pant that doesn’t compromise comfort, performance or durability. A blend of three premier performance yarns produces an incredibly durable and abrasion-resistant fabric that maintains great stretch for an unrestricted range of motion. Whether on the job or buttoning up autumn tasks around the house, the Back Forty Pant is built for comfort and built to last.

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Smart Phone Utility Pocket
Triple-Stitched Main Seams
47% Cotton, 37% LYCRA®, 16% CORDURA®
Abrasion-Resistant Dedicated Knife Sheath
Articulated Knees
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Ben | 10. 10. 18
My new favorite pants!! A friend asked me what was the big draw for buying these pants and the only thing I could think of was it was like a brand new pair of 10 year old carhartts. Imagine your favorite pair of tough jeans, finally broke in and not so tough on your skin. The back forty pant is my new go to for travel, work and play... if only I can convince the wife to buy me all the available colors...
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Dirk Hutchison | 10. 02. 18
Absolutely love these pants. I will probably use them for upland hunting under my chaps. Nice finish on them makes them more purr resistant than other Sitka pants. Combine these with the abrasion resistant material on the Timberline pants and Sitka could have a true upland pant. Great as a work pant for around the ranch. Looking forward to the insect-repellant version of these pants coming out next year.
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