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Women's Inceptor Pant

$ 149.99 $ 89.99

Pant:  Slip undetected through the woods in our quick-drying ultralight Inceptor Pant weighing just under 12 oz for a women's size 6.  Made with 149 g/m2 Toray® Dot-Air 2-way stretch fabric and dye sublimated in our deceptive camouflage pattern, Cross Cover®.  Our pants have an adjustable waist line using one-inch Looplocs with locking Velcro® and have seven one-inch-wide belt loops that can accommodate up to a two-inch wide belt.  Lightweight and highly breathable, our pants are designed for layering and can be used for early to mid-season warm and cool hunting.  Zipper fly, gusseted crotch, and a relaxed fit through the hip and thighs with a straight leg.  Silent opening pocket flaps on the side and rear pockets that are bar tacked in place, keeping your contents secure without using Velcro® or zippers.

Toray’s Dot-Air Fabric is not designed for water resistance, in fact we purposefully left off the DWR (Durable Water Repellent) because it blocks the fabric’s ability to accept scent eliminators.  Since most scent control products are a liquid, the DWR prevents the penetration of these products into the fibers of the fabric, rendering them useless.

Dot Air technology was originally created to help the Japanese Summer Olympics team manage heat stress.  It is an extremely breathable fabric to keep you cool, and that breathability also means your pants will dry very quickly after being exposed to the elements.

Key Features: 

  • Toray® Primeflex spiral yarn, 2-way stretch.
  • 100% polyester at 149 g/m2.
  • 3.00" gusseted crotch for all day sitting comfort.
  • Deep welled front, side, and rear pockets with silent openings.
  • ITW Nexus 1” Looplocs.
  • MIL-SPEC pocket lining mesh for breathability.
  • YKK® #5 Vislon® USA made zipper.
  • All "Made in the USA" components.
  • No UV signature.
  • Made in the USA with imported Toray® fabric
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