Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant
Afterburner Pant

Afterburner Pant

Four-way stretch fabric with DWR finish and unrestrained freedom of movement

Regular price$169.00



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Technical, versatile, lightweight and built to last. The Afterburner™ pant brings the Eberlestock® approach to a great pair of hunting pants. Made of 4-way stretch polyester with a DWR finish, the Afterburners provide a fitted, athletic cut that gives unrestrained freedom of movement. Afterburners feature a gusseted crotch, darted knee construction, and a tapered cuff to keep debris out of your boots. Scuff guard on each cuff protect from abrasion.

DWR Finish

4-Way Stretch



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Technical Features

  • Technical
  • Versatile
  • Lightweight
  • Built to last
  • Made of 4-way stretch polyester
  • DWR finish
  • Athletic fit
  • Unrestrained freedom of movement

Find Your Size

Sleeve 33-34 34-35 35-36 36-37 37-38
Chest 35-38 39-41 42-45 46-48 49-52
Waist 28-30 31-33 34-36 37-40 41-44
Hip 36-38 38-40 42-44 46-48 48-50
Inseam 28-30 29-32 32-34 32-34 33-34
Long Inseam -- 33-35 34-36 34-36 --

Customer Reviews

Based on 54 reviews
Andrew W. (Georgia)
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 291-300 lbs.
Ordered in size: XXL
Fit: Runs Small
Love the pants

They fit great and look amazing. Would recommend to anyone

Ranger 1. (Oregon)
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 221-240 lbs.
Ordered in size: XL
Fit: True To Size
Pants are super comfortable

Pants are really comfortable, I wish they were a little more rugged. I feel for the price they should hold up a little better in the bushes. I have ran Kuiu for years and eberlestock bags and they are in the same price but kuiu is quite a bit more sturdy. For range pants or scouting the will be great but I think I will go with heavier pants for Oregon brush and briars. Fit is good, after a full day they losses up a bit if you are wearing a holster or appendix carry. 21 years I expect this Gucci gear to at least stand up to the old bdu’s.

warren f. (Virginia)
Height: 6'2"
Fit: True To Size

Afterburner Pant

Dylan S. (Illinois)
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 141-160 lbs
Ordered in size: Small
Fit: True To Size
Nice pants!

Super comfortable! Can hike all day in em, can sit in a tree saddle all day in em too! The air vents are awesome! I was in between getting a small and a medium. I got the small, wish I got the medium. The smalls ride a little high in the groin area, but are still comfortable and get used to it and forget about it later.

Cole (Oregon)
comfortable flexible....but

Title is true. But I can't support on durability. I wore mine for about 3 weeks with some intermittent days I'd come home to wash clothes and shower. They are showing significant signs of wear. Particularly from the shins down. Threads are pulling loose and has many small holes starting, including one on the butt from sitting on a small stick. The camo is amazing, They dry quickly, the pockets are decent. I prefer all zipper pockets as you will never find anything that falls out of them. A zippered wallet pocket is always a good move. The rivets on these pants seem to catch on things and with the thickness of them they also jab at you and will scratch your rig if you lean on it. Minor but just pointing out things I noticed. You will stay cool in these as I used them for archery elk in September in Washington and most days were 80 plus degrees. Worthy pants as long as you don't head off trail and kick brush like me. Unless you're into buying a new pair each year

Boyd F. (Texas)
Wanted to like these

I wore these on a ten day elk hunt in Colorado this year. I’m a big fan of eberlestock packs and thought I’d try their camo stuff out.. BIG mistake. I had two buddies with me on the trip.. one wore kuiu and the other wore first lite. My Eberlestock clothing was the only clothing that was literally falling apart by the end of the hunt. Kuiu held up 1000% better in the elements. The afterburner fabric was fraying and falling apart at the seams by day 5… love ebby packs but I’m switching to kuiu!

Thom S. (Oregon)
Great pants!

Super comfortable and durable!