Wrangler 9 Pocket Camo Pants

Review of  Wrangler 9 Pocket Camo Pants


Many of our reviews are quite in-depth.  We try and give our complete opinion and experience with the product.  Here’s one that’s short and sweet, because frankly how much can you say about a pair of pants?

When I chose to review the 9 pocket camo pants from Wrangler, I decided to test their ruggedness by putting them through a series of treestand preparation tasks that I do prior to each season.  This involves, hanging new sets in some new locations, switching out some older stands for creaking and safety reasons and of course, the necessary yearly pruning that needs to be done.  I decided that I would wear these jean-like pants on every trip (at least 10 trips) to see how they hold up.  Needless to say, I was impressed.


Wear: These pants, designed with the hunter in mind, have a roomy fit but still wear like jeans and have a zippered fly.  They are 100% cotton but the 11.5 ounce fabric is rugged enough to withstand those briars.  Think of them as jeans on steroids that come in Mossy Oak or Realtree camouflage. 

Washing: I washed these pants after every couple of outings to see if the color faded or the roomy fit dissipated.  Although the color was a little less vibrant, shall we say, the camo pattern remained intact after several washings.  There was also no shrinkage, which I’m thrilled with because I can’t stand tight fitting hunting clothing. 

Pockets: Yeah, there’s 9 of them, but those that are in the same locations as your regular pair of jeans are bigger and deeper.  The side pockets are more “carpenter style” than “BDU style” and work great for sliding in tools that I needed to work on the stands. 

Overall Opinion: The lowest we could find these pants were around $25 online.  I would order your normal waist size since they’re designed to be roomy.  Overall, this product is rugged, wears well after washing and may just be your favorite pair of hunting pants after you’ve worn them a while.  For sure, the next task I’m going to put them through will be when I’m doing a deer drive in that perennial thicket complete with briars and thorns!

Our Marks on the 9 Pocket Pants from Wrangler

Fit: 4.5 out of 5: I’m not really a “jean” type guy when it comes to hunting pants but I really liked the way these fit.  They were roomy enough to climb around in comfortably up in those trees and didn’t shrink after washing.

Quality: 5 out of 5: These pants are some of the most rugged pants I’ve worn and certainly held up to my treestand hanging abuse as well as successive washings.

Overall Value: 5 out of 5: Nowadays, a lot of hunting apparel is close to (or in some cases in excess of) $100, a price tag of $25 on these pants does the wallet good!

If you’re interested in purchasing these pants, check them out HERE

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