I have a hard time finding Camo that fits me like I want it to. Jackets aren’t so much of a problem, but when my favorite pair of brush pants wore out, I had a hard time finding a pair of pants to replace them.
First of all, I wanted them to be durable, yet not too heavy or stiff, as I needed them for warm weather turkey hunting, and early season bow, which could get pretty warm. I didn’t like the high waisted styles since they were uncomfortable to me, and I hated having to pull my jacket up to find my pants pocket. Ideally, I wanted a pair of pants that fit me like me favorite pair of worn out jeans, only more durable. But was that even possible?
One day I was flipping through a Native Outdoors magazine and I saw an advertisement for their online store featuring women’s clothing, including a pair of Realtree Girl Cargo Pants. This was the first time I’d seen them advertised, so I went to the website to check them out. Lowrise, fitted through the waist and thigh, yet relaxed enough for easy movement or for a pair of long underwear underneath, the pants had plenty of pockets and looked durable. I ordered them.
I first wore them bowhunting in September and couldn’t have been happier with them. They fit perfectly, were comfortable, durable, and not only that, they looked good too! I would recommend these to any outdoors woman, and when mine wear out I’m going back for another pair!