Women's Cloudburst Pant
GoreTex

Women's Cloudburst Pant

Big Game : Subalpine
$269.00
(7 Reviews)

Our only rain pant in the women’s Big Game line will always have a place in your pack. The full GORE-TEX® membrane will guarantee you sanctuary from the wettest weather the mountain can dish out.


  • Size:

Product is Standard Fit, designed to accommodate layering for more versatility from early to late season climates.

FEATURES & SPECS
  • GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Subalpine is designed for stalking and ambushing ungulates from ground level in tree-covered and vegetated terrain.

  • Weight: 14.5 oz. // Size: L

  • Waterproof GORE-TEX® Laminate: A 100% waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX® 3-layer laminate keeps you dry inside and out.

  • Articulated Fit: The fit is athletic with tapered legs and a low-profile waist that won’t bunch or chafe under a pack.

  • Two-Way Stretch: The abrasion-resistant face fabric allows the jacket to move with you as you push through the storm.

  • Full Length Side Zips: Full length side zips make for an easy on/off and offer ventilation between squalls.

  • Micro Taped Seams: For maximum weather protection with minimal bulk.

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Spencer
Reviewed On 09/21/2019

These kept me dry in wet weather all day. Vent zippers were great for on and off hiking. I do wish they had a better fit. The calves are too wide in my opinion. I wear boots that go up just below the knee and these pants were still very baggy around them. My husband has the men’s version of these that have an elastic cuff, which I wish the women’s version had. The bottom of these pants ended up dragging around my boots and picking up a ton of mud.

Chelle
Reviewed On 09/19/2019

I love these pants, but hate that they have no pockets. Again, the "womens" version from Sitka is not just a womans cut of the same excellent men's product (with a ton of pockets) but something else entirely. Nowhere on the pant to put my gps, wind checker, cellphone, calls, card reader, sd card holder, etc without unzipping the sides to access the pants underneath. It puts me off buying outerwear from the womens line, nothing is like what my bf has in the mens version!

Doug Bass
Reviewed On 10/25/2018

Why no pockets? This is the only thing my wife doesn't like.

MTHuntress
Reviewed On 08/21/2018

I love these, they are comfortable and easy to put layers under - I do however wish the fabric was a little quieter.

Kalamityk8
Reviewed On 11/19/2017

I got these after getting the men’s version for my boyfriend. He loved them so much i was convinced. They are the best rain pants I've ever worn. I’ve got time in them fishing, crabbing, and hunting. Excel in all things.
Side zips open all the way making entry and exit clean and quick. Super waterproof material has kept me dry in Oregon rain and Montana snow.
I was not stoked about the high waist but it works pretty well if you’re wearing multiple layers underneath so it isn’t all in one place.
If i would improve these pants it would be a side pocket or cargo pocket. And a better belting system.
All in all these pants are a go for anyone looking to stay dry and comfortable!

Tia Doskocil
Reviewed On 11/13/2017

Great pant to block wind and rain! Zippers along the side make them easy to put on or take off, depending on conditions. Can layer underneath as well!

Ashley
Reviewed On 10/01/2017

I love these pants. I wore them this weekend, and they kept me warm all weekend. I have to knock them down a star because they don't have pockets and are loud because they are made of almost wind breaker material. They also came up really high on my waist (above my belly button) so I couldn't wear my side arm like I wanted to. Other then that they were great pants.

Note: I didn't get to try them in rain which I believe they were made for. If you're going out in the rain they would be perfect (aside from the no pockets).

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