Whitetail: Vegetated Terrain

Equinox Pant 


The Equinox Pant is built for the early season Whitetail hunter who needs breathable comfort for both the approach and the sit. The stretch-woven polyester construction moves with you, preventing snags while scrambling to and from the stand. The cut is tailored for comfort in the seated position, and with a gusseted crotch and non-slip silicon waistband, you’ll want to wear them until the leaves drop.

Vegetated Terrain
Elevated Ambush
Elevated II
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Features & Benefits

4-Way Stretch Nylon

Highly breathable fabric moves with you while remaining highly durable.

Durable Water Repellent Finish

The DWR finish resists light precipitation and prevents the face fabric from wetting out.

Cargo Pockets + Zippered Security Pocket

Strategically placed pockets provide quick, quiet access to stowed essentials.

Mesh-Backed Pockets

Added breathability when you need to vent heat.

Product Care 

Routine Care and maintenance ensures the optimum performance of your SITKA Gear.
Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s care instructions –typically found on the inside tag.
- Machine Wash Cold Delicate + Tumble Dry Cool
- Do Not Bleach + Do Not Dry Clean

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Wayne H. | 10. 14. 18
By far the most comfortable pants I own. I’m not talking just hunting pants. I’m saying most comfortable pants I own. Fit right, great pockets and the material doesn’t get caught on briars. Slides right across them like magic. Worth every penny
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Christian Chatellier | 09. 20. 18
Ive used these pants in Central texas guiding hunters in the early heat throughout the season into the cold season with a layer underneath. Quiet, comfy and durable. Ive used them in south texas early season and late season and had the same results. While guiding in Natchez Mississippi at Giles Island, i used them on almost every hunt. Early hot season for bow hunting into the late season when it was colder in tree or box stand they are great. Roomy pockets and quite material make them a great pant to go to. Another pair would not hurt.....
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Rob A. | 08. 30. 18
Wore the Elevated 2 pattern for a Maine black bear hunt this week with temps from 70s-80 degrees. With a light weight hoodie on as well. The pants pockets were awesome for storing my phone while sitting down making it easy access and to fill the other pockets with my gloves and rope. These pants kept me from sweating unlike a pair of jeans. Maybe add a two way zipper down the legs like the bibs for late season hunting I think would be helpful in keeping cool. The bear I killed came down wind of me and had no idea I was there till the shot.
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Ben | 02. 12. 18
These are the best lightweight hunting pants I have used. The material allows you to stay cool when temps get warm and also these pants do exactly as advertised by moving with you which gives you another level of comfort. Awesome pants
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Ben | 01. 16. 18
The Sitka equinox pant are the premier hunting pant. The durability is just as good as a pair of work jeans, the comfort level is through the roof, and the pockets are a dream. First, I have taken these pants through thick underbrush, briars, and slid the backside through the dirt and rocks and found the pant to hold up extremely well. Second, the pant is comfortable, the pant does not ride up or bind. I have spent many days walking several miles a day in these pants and they are just as comfortable when you’ve walked 5 miles as when you put them on. They breathe really well and will not leave you sweaty and stinky like a denim material. Finally, the equinox pant offers strategically placed pockets that will hold everything you need. I’ve never seen a more well thought out pant. The pockets are plentiful and deep, and there is not a single pocket that lacks functionality. Therefore, I would recommend the Sitka equinox pant to anyone. The pant is rugged, comfortable, and functional. Great work Sitka.
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Ryan Lynch | 01. 12. 18
For early season treestand hunting, these pants are the bees knees. Comfortable as pajamas and as durable as dungarees. Stealthy quiet as well. Add em to your scent bag.
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Bill Jackson | 12. 29. 17
Great all around pants. They are quiet, deep pocketed, and lightweight. These pants are supposed to be worn during warmer weather but I wore them with a pair of long johns in the high 20s with wind and stayed warm. Great great great pants.
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Eli Thompson | 12. 20. 17
Absolutely cannot say enough about these pants. They are by far the best piece of clothing I have ever owned. They are comfortable, don't ride up, legs don't slide up when you bend over, and they help keep your shirt tucked in. I have worn them so much since I got them last spring! Fishing, hiking, hunting, lounging, and even sleeping in them! Extremely tough as well, thorns won't tear them up, but they will leave little scratches and loose strings, but no holes!. Don't hesitate with these pants, it will be the best money you've ever spent on clothing.
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Kevin Truitt | 12. 04. 17
Good fit pockets in all right spots but absolutely usless for bowhunting sounds like 2 pieces of sandpaper rubbing together same goes equinox jacket. Don't waste your hard earned money
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Nate | 10. 16. 17
These pants should be illegal, they are ridiculous. I can't speak for the long term durability but I have spent the last week in them hunting cushy stands on private land, busting the briers and thickets on public land and several hang and hunts and the whole time I have been comfortable. The temps have range from 40-70 (F) and these have been so comfortable....and oh yah the pockets are nice too, if I could get away with wearing these to the office, I just might.
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Bobby | 10. 03. 17
These pants are really comfortable, I wish I could wear them everyday! Plenty of pockets and can get me through most of the season with an extra layer or two later in the season down here in the south. Well worth the money.
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Konnor | 09. 23. 17
I Should've considered high end hunting clothing much earlier in my hunting career! I'm about 6' and 330 lbs so naturally most brands don't fit. I convinced myself to try Sitka and all i can say is WOW. I ordered the early season Equinox pants and jacket and the fit is excellent! As a big guy its nice to find a pair of pants that fit comfortably in the thigh and groin area. The four way stretch paired with the stretch fabric has to be the best feature of this combo. If you are of bigger build you need to consider any Sitka line.
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Dalton Swindell | 07. 26. 17
Ordered these pants for the early part of archery season in Arkansas. They are very comfortable and don't seem to be restrictive when climbing up a ladder. They are not the most lightweight pants I have owned but they are more durable and comfortable.
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Joshua Anderson | 04. 29. 17
I bought the Equinox pants right before spring turkey here in Oklahoma.. Needing a light weight early season pant I thought I would try Sitka.. I know these were designed for a stand hunter and or blind. But I run and gun turkey hunting.. And I took these pants to hell and back. Then two more times.. I mean straight through the briers and brambles... Was honestly astonished on how well they took the abuse.. Literally tearing through the thorn bushes and I haven't ripped a single hole in them. So don't think these are just a pant to set in a blind or tree stand cause they can handle what ever you have to go through. The fit and comfort of these pants is something I'm very pleased with... I lounge in these dudes constantly.. Another thing I'm very pleased with is the pattern.. If it would have been fall deer instead of spring turkey I could have cashed in 3 of my 4 doe tags in a couple days.. While easing my way down a trail at about 30-35 yards I had a doe and fawn walking straight at me. Naturally I came to a motionless stance.. That doe and fawn closed the gap to 15 yards before she blew at me.. They are a must have pant. Hats off to the Sitka design team on the Equinox pants and the whitetail pattern.
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Nick Kravitz | 03. 01. 17
The Pockets win me over with these pants. With all of the storage and extra pockets thought into these pants I can't help but fall in love with that feature. Whenever I need something it is always within reach. Comfort is also huge with the 4 way stretch. A Great Early Season Pant.
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AJ M | 01. 19. 17
Great pant for early to mid season with a light base layer. These have also been my pant for late season (think upper 20s) when paired with an insulated mid layer. They can really be the only pant I need if layered correctly.
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Patrick Clark | 12. 28. 16
These Equinox pants are amazing. Simply put. They feel like you are wearing and very comfortable pair of pajama pants that have the breathability and maneuverability of tactical clothing. Although they are not waterproof, they are extremely comfortable and with a single base layer got me through from a Missouri September-Mid November season.
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John McElfresh | 12. 11. 16
These pants are killer! So comfortable it is unbelievable, and they are GREAT for climbing in a climbing tree stand of going up climbing sticks. The pockets are well thought out and since they stretch, you can be very mobile in them. I have an Equinox jacket as well and it is great for early season hunting. I wear the jacket in the morning when it is cool, then shed it and put it in my Toolbucket pack the rest of the day and carry it out. It packs great.
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Zack E. | 10. 23. 16
I bought these pants thinking they may be closer to glorified jeans, but I was wrong. These pants are perfect for long early season sits. They are super comfortable and flexible with no pinch or bind. And for chilly Oklahoma mornings these paired with any of the bottoms are perfect.
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Addam W. | 10. 20. 16
These are my favorite pair of Sitka pants. They truly are as comfortable as sweats but somehow manage to hold up against thorn bushes, briars and whatever else you might encounter. Great for the early season alone or mid season with some layering. I also wear them walking to my stand in the late season and then throw my fanatic bibs over them once I get there. Not only does this help to avoid overheating but it also eliminates the issue of briars and stickers loading up on the fanatics.
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Taylor P. | 10. 05. 16
I purchased the Equinox pant as a lightweight early to mid season pant, and they have not let me down. The material is very durable for its weight, and despite being an early season pant, it still manages to hold its own in cooler temperatures. It is definitely the heaviest of the three pants I have (Ascent and Grinder). I like the two zip thigh pockets for stowing various items. I took off a half star only due to the button pockets popping open on me occasionally when traversing terrain or sitting/standing. May just be an isolated issue. Outstanding pant, very comfortable, quiet, and durable.
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Jeremy | 10. 03. 16
I purchased the Equinox jacket and pants and absolutely love them. It is perfect for those chilly mornings to the warm afternoons. Light weight and quiet!! The layout for the pockets is amazing and they do not snag up on the undergrowth while walking to the stand.
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TimG | 09. 09. 16
Havent worn them in the field yet but will be returning them to Cabela's. Just put them on and they are extremely noisy. Not sure how with this claimed technology and price, desingers dont know this. Disappointed but lesson learned.
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Kirk | 09. 05. 16
If you're heading into the deer woods pre-rut, you're going to want the equinox set. Absolutely perfect for early season stand hunting. It breathes, flexes, and protects better than anything I have ever tried. Pant bottoms damp from sneaking through tall grass or a standing corn field early in the morning? No worries, the equinox will dry before the sun comes up. I love the entire whitetail series, but as far as comfort, the equinox is the benchmark.
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Anthony C. | 04. 28. 16
I start my hunting season in the middle of August for early archery season chasing antelope and then hunt until the first of December of our rifle season here in Montana. This year I missed 4 days of hunting total between all season. I wore these pants every day. I experienced hot, dry temperatures, along with freezing cold rain and snow and I was not disappointed to say the least with these pants. They are comfortable, flexible, and durable. I would put long johns on underneath them and hunt in below zero temperatures, but I was hiking while doing this. These pants blew my mind! I love how quite they are and how deep the pockets are. They offer many pockets that are in ideal locations whether it be for a range finder, GPS, or extra gloves or a beanie. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THESE PANTS!
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Coty S. | 03. 02. 16
These are the mos comfortable pants I own period, not just hunting. The stretch fabric really allows for superior movement. These pants are really thought out well also. The pocket locations are great, and the gasket around the waste is a great idea. Being a person who always wears a knife with a pocket clip, having the leather section on the pocket to clip it to so the fabric doesn't wear out is KEY.
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John R | 02. 19. 16
I find these pants are lightweight and extremely comfortable. Mobility in them is outstanding. I took a half star off because the material does seem a bit shiny, and I have not used them enough to determine the durability of the fabric. Personally, I am not a fan of the belt they include with all the newer pants. I take them out and use the old Bomber belt.
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Jack | 12. 01. 15
Very lightweight and comfortable. I have no problem using these pants in 35 degree temperatures and up. They are constructed very well and are also very durable. Numerous large well placed pockets are great for storing deer hunting necessities.
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Jamie | 11. 11. 15
I rave about these pants the way women rave about yoga pants. They are the most comfortable and functional pants I have owned. Depending on temps, I go with these pants from upper 30s on. Layered with the merino bottoms they work great. In and out of stand hunting function and duribility are amazing. Fit is as advertised. Great piece of gear.
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Ruben Doroscan | 09. 30. 15
These pants are amazing. They fit true and are the most comfortable pair of pants I've ever owned. They are super quiet and well worth the price.
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Paul | 08. 01. 15
Great pants. No back pockets, if you were wondering. The cargo pockets also have a smaller zipper pocket. Pants stretch and give with movement and repel water. I ordered a 34 Tall. I have a 34" inseam, and these are perfect with a little bit to spare so they don't pull up too much when seated.
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Matthew | 07. 29. 15
Fit true to size, so if you want to layer maybe go one size up. Bought these for a fall bear hunting trip and was able to walk into the stand and not sweat and then they kept me warm when the temperature dropped towards dark. Added bonus with the built in belt is a nice touch. Pockets are cut to the right size and the fabric feels good if used as a single garment against the skin.
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Adam | 06. 01. 15
Can't wait for these to come in. I love the Early Season Whitetail so I know these will be even better!
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william boettcher | 09. 27. 14
scouted week ends in these pants nothing real hard and got holes in them already.
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