When you want superior protection from unruly brush, brambles, and briars, there's just no substitute for genuine leather. Widely used in the field in Europe, these leather hunting pants gain a nice patina with age and are not only functional, but handsome as well. Extremely durable and totally thornproof, these heavy goat-suede pants feature rugged staghorn buttons, hand-oiled trim, and welted rear patch pockets. In loden. 100% goat suede. Belt not included. Professionally clean. Imported.Regular even sizes: 32-44. Available in finished inseams 30", 32" and 34". Please note, not all inseam lengths are available in all sizes.
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Rating Snapshot(6 reviews)
3 of 6(50%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for All-Leather Field Pant
Review 1 for All-Leather Field Pant
August 17, 2013
from North East, PA
"Waist size is not even close to advertised. Way , way , way too small! Don't know how they could get it so wrong.
One more negative: The lining catches on feet when taking off. Could rip out in time. I also think pockets should be deeper.
I like the quality and style. I have other products by this manufacturer which I love. And they fit as advertised.
I don't want to chance an exchange. I wouldn't know where to go with the size."
"the pants are nice,very german made well.problem is majorily that the size bears no relation to real size.i wear a 42 in regular orvis pants and have at least 30 pairs.waisr measurement is 41.5.these pants were ordered in 44,re being leather,they were 3 inches to small to button,so really were only 40.5 in real size.net did not fit at all.returned,extremely disappointed"
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Review 3 for All-Leather Field Pant
very high quality,
December 29, 2012
from Big Sky, Montana
"The fit was excellent, true to the size. The quality of the pants was excellent with no flaws."
"The natural stag horn buttons on the fly, belt loops and buttons are sewn on very loosely. Certainly likely to fail on one of the very first wearings.
The rise of the pant is low-to-midrise so in larger sizes like 44 they may feel unusually low cut just like a designer Jean.
The leather feels and looks more like split suede and would definitely absorb dampness if you hunted in them. To prevent undue wear, they put a black painted on finish to the pocket edges and cuffs but it really looks awkward.
For the price, I feel Orvis has many hunting breeks and pants that are superior choices."
"When I saw these last year my interest was peaked. While there was a supply issue last year I was able to quickly nab up a pair this year and I am not disappointed. While these pants are a little tight in the stride they are very well made. So well made I am going to have trouble wearing them into the field. They are a strikingly handsome pair of pants and I have already recieved a number of compliments. You never know when you buy a pair of leather pants, but these are very tatsefully done and would be at home at any high-class hunting lodge. Waist size is dead on, but again a little snug in the stride."