XKG SERIES LAYER 4
Weatherproof XKG Pant
With articulated removable knee pads and side zip vents, this pant has the essentials to keep you comfortable while performing in even the toughest conditions.
• Tri-Laminate Soft Shell
• Four-Way Stretch Material
• Weatherproof & Windproof
• Removable Knee Pads
• Articulated Knees
• Two Vented Side Zippers
• Two Zippered Hand Pockets
From our customers
I have two pairs of these - one in Desert Shadow and one in Mountain Shadow. I love these pants. I wore them for 2 weeks on a Idaho hunt with rain, snow, and temps down to 13 degrees. Comfortable and surprisingly water repellent. Great pants!
Great quality gear! I'm very pleased with the XKG series and now own several pieces. Thank you to King's Camo for coming out with a product line that sells a short inseam as an alternative. Finally a vendor that understands the entire hunting community is not 6 plus foot tall! King's truly is leading from the front by understanding the market!
- tree stand
- hunting pants
Warm winter pant
I purchased these for winter snow pants. I am 6'7" and 270 lbs and have a tough time finding close to fit. The other Kings pants I have fit great and these are no different. I normally wear insulated underwear all winter to keep my legs warm. With these I went cross country skiing and just wore these pants. It was 28 degrees and windy and they kept me plenty warm and dry.
XKG lone peak pants
While shopping I was interested in these pants because they came in a solid color not just another Camo. I am average height, therefore most hunting pants are too long. I appreciate these came in length choices. They fit perfect. Lastly I was worried if they were warm enough. I hunt in western PA in a tree stand in early December. I wanted to be warm without the bulk of wearing huge overalls. Ideally with this setup you’d have a pair of insulation pants underneath but I didn’t want to spend another $200 on a pair. So I wore Under Armour 3.0 cold gear leggings, an old pair of army long underwear and a pair of sweatpants. I was very happy the first day. Low in the 20’s, high mid 30’s low wind. Second day I got cold after a few hours. It was about 3 degrees warmer but more wind. 3rd day I was on the ground moving around more. Overall I very much liked them. I would highly recommend unless you just tree stand hunt in windy conditions.
Lone peak pants
I just wore these pants on my 3 day bow hunting trip to western New York. I wore them on the 3/4 mile walk in, didn’t get too hot but was warm still when I got on stand. Did I mention that I tagged out on the 2nd day with a 6 point buck? They’re my new lucky pants. Also all the blood that got on them from quartering my deer came out with one cycle in the wash.
Lone Peak Pants
These are awesome pants, just what I needed to finish my layering system. Alaska has some challenging weather and hunts. Kings has alway met the challenge head on with no hiccups.
They are very warm. A little snug for me but I have large thighs. Could not wear thermals underneath comfortably. I am 6'5 265lbs. Overall I would recommend them for later season stunts. For early to mid season stick with the ridge pants.