Leather Tab Suspenders go great with our Red Hills Briar Pants, and others. They don't pinch like a belt can and they add an air of tradition. USA.
Overall: 4.8 / 5 based on 13 reviews
12 of 13 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Best hunting pants available! -
By: Pittbirdhunter from Greenville, NC
These pants are durable and comfortable for bird hunting. Walking through briar thickets are easier because of the way these pants are made. The added material on the bottom of each leg prevents briar scratches. They wash and wear exceptionally well
Great Hunting Pants! -
By: leanderag82 from Austin, Texas
I just returned from 3 days of pheasant hunting in South Dakota. The pants performed better than expected. Conditions were wet & cold in the field but the pants shed water and I never got wet (or cold). I have 3 pair of these and use them everywhere from South Texas to South Dakota.
Red Hills Briar Pants -
By: CKD446 from Doylestown, PA.
Light weight, comfortable, and tough. The pants look good and held up to 3 days of early season grouse hunting in the Adirondack's. There is no sign of wear and I feel they will hold up for many seasons to come.
Love these pants -
My husband is a huge duck hunter. He loves these pants.
The Right Pants... -
By: spitter from Naperville, IL
Top 25 Contributor
Warm weather upland hunting is just around the corner, with early pheasant season in Illinois, it can be downright uncomfortable. I bought these RHBPs one size larger to allow for a bit of roominess for extra early season comfort, but expect that as temperatures drop, I'll add a layer between me and them... Been a fan of the KHP jean for years and I expect the same kind of endurance from the KHP facing on these pants... Bought at my local Orvis... they came unfinished and the store had them hemmed and turned around in no time... great service...
This dog'll hunt -
By: BAYLORTRYC from Texas
I have 5 or 6 pairs of these I've collected in various waist sizes over the years. I've worn them quail hunting in South Texas and pheasant hunting in South Dakota. They provide good thigh protection in heavy brush and the fabric's a great weight for hot or cold climates. They're a little pricey but you won't wear them out.
I've looked around a lot for a good pair of khaki hunting pants. These are really well made and hold up to washing. The fit is great, too. They do the job.
Great Pants -
By: 3dognght from Oakville, Ontario
Just back from a trip Quail Hunting in Georgia. These pants were perfect for the South Georgia climate!
Great briar pants -
By: Squigley from South Carolina
Bought these just before a quail hunting trip and was very happy with the pants. Fit well and wear well. I bought them one size longer than normal to account for shrinking, and was happy I did.
Favorite Hunting Pants -
By: ClancyD from Northfield, Minn
I purchased these hunting pants because I was tired of hearing my hunting partner tell me how much he liked his. I purchased mine and wore them for a week straight on a recrent Montana Pheasant hunting trip. I see what he meant- have worn them every weeknd hunting since them- I live in Minnesota, been in grass, snow, 50 degrees above and 5 below, delightful- make sure you get the suspenders and bind the cuffs. CWD