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Step outside the lines in the Above The Law Pant. Reinforced with waxed overlays, we went above the law to increase durability in critical high abrasion zones.
Features: Fabric: KNOCKABOUT KLOTH 98% Cotton, 2% Spandex | 350 GSM Reinforced wax fabric below wearer's right front hand pocket and below stealth cell phone pocket Front and back hand pockets reinforced with wax fabric Reinforced thigh and knee with second layer of fabric is waxed for more durability Inside seam wraps around to back to reduce abrasion Bottom hem with snap system for tighter closure Full fit Zippered outer thigh vents Articulated knees Bar button at waistband for closure Double belt loop at back waistband Free Ryde waistband lined with ultra suede-lined for unmatched comfort 9 pockets: 2 front hand, 1 coin, 2 stealth cargo, 2 back, 1 stealth cell phone and 1 3D gussetted pocket with zipper Bottom leg opening: 17" Imported
Very comfortable pants that are consistent with normal sizing. Pants seem very durable against brush but barbed wire will cut the fabric. Have worn these on warm 70 plus degree days and the leg vents work well to keep you cooler. . Have worn them on cooler days in the 30s and 40s and they kept me warm. Not as tough as Carhartt double front canvas pants but also more flexible and lightweighr while remaining durable.
OK i'll try to balance pros and cons these are my opinions I think these are realy nice stylish and expensive work pants.. Love the waxed canvas, would like to see more used on other products. feeling good about the construction, except the made in china part :). the stealth pockets are innovative, but not sure why needed - for huge but flat things.... for money or paper? secret agent plans? .. maybe for traveling, but these pants are more heavy than i'd bring along traveling. if you put anything as heavy as a cell phone the stealth pockets your going to whack you knee with same as you walk. make them knee pad pockets and provide a couple pieces of eva foam that fit perfectly in the pockets. then put the stealth pocket above the knee. not sure about stretch fabric durability nor necessity. feels like my tough ass pants are cross dressing wearing nylons when i put my hands in the pockets. the vents are nice, definitely needed. the cell phone pocket is slightly too small to fit iphone max size and the zipper is annoying just in the way and uncomfortable i'm not sure where to put my pen / mech pencil. don't want to scratch my glasses or cell phone humm back pocket I guess. the change pocket is too deep for my index finger. lost pennies and dimes
the belt line is about an inch higher than the same size pants other kuhl models. even with a belt, between the stretch & the high waistline they do not stay on my hips like other kuhls. if I were to have fit them first i bet i'd get a size shorter in the leg and waist. i will make them work, but they run big and long. maybe the pants should actually follow some fit laws, or get a fit violation ticket ! haw haw.
I have good luck with suspenders however. so I was thinking you all should make suspenders with a kuhl proprietary accoutrements and put some waxed canvas over the suspender attachment locations. use the wax canvas on the exterior of the suspenders and flannel blend on the inside. kuhl buttons on suspenders and button holes on pants ? just a thought. Speaking of which - I like the large main button too, but I really prefer the kuhl low profile snap. the button hole threads area already starting to fray. last on the leg cuffs. not sure why i need an elastic belt and snaps around the ankle. add weight, bangs around in the wash & it needs to be ironed otherwise comes out all bunched up wrinkly and short. kind of a fashion faux paw. haw haw. sorry . you asked for it.
Mild rain got me soaked on the first and second use of these pants. The pants leak for two reasons: 1. The impregnated canvas front panels leak. 2. Water also goes through the non-impregnated bits above the panel. Even if you wear a long jacket and prevent water from leaking above the waxed panels, you still get wet through the waxed canvas. Very surprising. Would not have bought had I k own that the waxed panel leaks.
These are the best "briar," pants I've found. Heavy in the front, the vents on the side can keep you cool during hot hunts. I hunt quite a bit in these so I re-wax these once a year on the front. Really durable for AZ hunts. Only thing I would add is the double layer down to the shin and some more colors. Without additional wax they are casual enough to wear around town. Bought more. Sizing wise I have a big leg and thigh, the full cut fit well on my waist and throughout the leg, did not have to order a size up like usual with most pants.
Bought these for opening weekend of upland bird hunting due to them being described as having waxed overlays. Upon receiving didn’t seem to have much of a wax coating, wore them anyways, could tell a better wax coating is needed for much use further in the season.
Love these pants! They are the best looking "utility" pants on the planet. By utility, I mean that these are built like a tank and have every feature imaginable. But they are as comfortable as anything I've ever worn and feel like they will last forever, even with significant abuse. I will be getting another pair or three, as one should do whenever they find the perfect pant.
Fit like a well worn glove right from the start. I typically wear Carharts but, these will become a regular part of my wardrobe and might just take over as they are as comfortable as they are tough. everything about them is very well designed and functional. Will definitely buy more!
Great quality, but the thigh pockets are too big in that they go round the crutch, how about making it better to put a. Map or mobile phone, Size zip pocket treat and can get 2 mobile phones in it. I seem to have to do the belt up extremely tight to hold them up. Pockets seem made of nylon and feel horrible, especially when the rest is a great cotton. The pockets I find really irritations.
After 5 pairs of the law ( still my favorite double front work pants out there ) I got two pairs of above the law and they will be in my everyday rotation come this winter . Super comfortable and has great water resistance and the side vents are amazing they make work wear into true outerwear. Kuhl did it again !!!
I bought these as work pants and they do not disappoint. Very thick with an incredibly durable feel. Outstanding construction. Completely packed with useful features and pockets. I can’t imagine where I could find a better work pant. I expects to get many years of good use from these.
These are simply awesome pants. If you are more full in thigh and seat these will fit you like a dream. Excellent for upland bird hunting, chainsawing, working, etc Get a pair...you'll see. Worth every penny
Was looking for tough well made pant for upland hunting. I have several other Kuhl pants for hiking and work. These pants appear to be very well made and I like the extra layer on the pant legs. I well see how they hold up. I wish Kuhl had not stopped making their pants with a 35 inch waist. 34 is too tight and 36 fall down over my hips. My older pants in 35 fit great. Something to think about, hey?
it's a good thing they stretch some though. I typically wear a 36x32 in almost every other brand, but for a "full" fit they are a little snug. If these pants were offered in a 37 they'd probably be perfect for me. 38's would most likely be too big. I'll have to be careful to not put these in the dryer.
Was looking for cargo pants that didn't look like cargo pants, for work and casual wear. This design has given me the best of both, enabling the carrying of wallet in one stealth cargo pocket and an A6 notebook in the other.
So now whether at work or out, i've a great place to keep a notebook and all my other EDC without that 80's look
I'm a former US Marine and retired SWAT Officer, and now run my own tactical shooting company. These pants are comfortable to wear and very functional. I'm hard on my gear and these pants appear to be to the challenge.
I bought a pair of kuhl pants a few years ago from a second hand shop. They were awesome, I practically lived in them. From climbing to working construction they preformed awesome. Those pants were way more basic than these.
Unfortunately I haven’t had the same experience with these pants...These pants have some really strange pockets in the front of the thighs and a lot more zippers than I was expecting. Most of which I don’t see a use for and make the pants uncomfortable to wear. The vents are a neat idea but I still managed to sweat everywhere there wasn’t a vent. The side pockets are too low. When you have things like phones, pencils, utility knifes in them and crouch down the objects jab me in the back of the knee.
Unfortunately these are not my go to pants like My last pair of kuhls.
I wear for work and for play. I could find myself needing several tools and utilize every pocket, or work with breaking up concrete and utilize the durability plus the heat vents, or even be out in the woods hiking or fishing. Im sure they will survive till winter when the ankle straps will be useful in the snow. These are all around the perfect pants.
The only drawback to these pants is that they are heavy. Other than that, they are impressive. I can fit my wallet, badge, keys and phones in separate pockets and still have more pockets to fit gear...all without the look of cargo pants. I thought the zipper vents near the thigh pockets would be gimmicky but they really work well with the double lined thigh panels. The double belt loops on the side work great for keeping a holster in place. Well made!