Full Featured Field Pant in Soft-Shell and Tailored Fit

Prometheus Design Werx introduces their best-selling Raider Field Pant in their cool weather weight, 9 oz Expedition Cloth soft-shell fabric and new tailored fit. Built as a fall/winter weight, rugged field pant, this style is a non-cargo design in a clean utility appearance with a trimmer fit. Designed for the outdoors and today’s active EDC user in mind. A total of 11 pockets to stash and organize as little or as many EDC items as needed. PDW’s Expedition Cloth is a technical, 2-layer soft-shell fabric with a wind blocking smooth face, brushed interior, DWR finish, and 4-way stretch. Dedicated EDC Tool Pockets, dual no-twist custom made delta rings for keychain-carabineer clip points, 4 welt pockets and double layer articulated reinforced knees round out these pant’s features. Produced with industrial grade triple needle stitching on all major seams. Built to last in California, USA.

Field Pant

The Raider Field Pant EC T-Fit will be available in All Terrain Brown, and Universal Field Gray.

The Design and R&D Team at PDW states:

“We took our bestselling pant, tuned it for fall/winter wear and are introducing a new tailored, trimmer fit. For those looking for fully capable field pant in a modern contemporary cut, these are for you. The Expedition Cloth is of a durable, heavier 9 oz weight and all the best technical properties of a soft-shell. Our Raider Pant has been worn on just about every continent, by all types of users, on the trail, off the trail, down range, overland, on the job and off the grid. One of the best and few, great American made, everyday field and utility pant“.

Field Pant

Available at prometheusdesignwerx.com October 13th release date

TAP Editor: Looking forward to testing these across the next couple months with Field Review to follow.

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Raised in beautiful but rainy England, Andy moved to the sunny climes of Southern California in 1995 and hasn’t looked back since. Two and half decades working in the outdoor, bike and surf industries has given him a thirst for adventure and living life without a ceiling. When not working on the website, he can be found surfing Californian beaches, or in remote mountain or desert areas, either primitive camping, mountain biking or embarking upon vehicle assisted adventure in the backcountry with one of The Adventure Portal rigs.