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Under Armour Guide Pants

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Under Armour
Guide Pants
MSRP ($):
Part of the Offshore Angler collection, these Under Armour® UA Guide Pants for Men are ideal for adventures on land or water. The Signature Moisture Transport System wicks sweat, anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes, and UPF 30+ shields from UV rays. Stain release properties keep these durable ripstop pants looking great, even after a long day. The Under Armour UA Guide Pants are made of 4 oz. 100% nylon. Zip-off shorts inseam: 10.5". Pants inseam: 32". Imported.

Manufacturer style #: 1243159.
•Lightweight, ripstop nylon pants turn into shorts
•Offshore Armour®
•UPF 30+ shields from UV rays
•Anti-odor technology
•Signature Moisture Transport System
•Stain release materials

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(Updated: March 05, 2015)

Under Armour Guide Pants

I am a Columbia guy normally, but I got a good deal on these and figured I would try them out. My thought was "if I don't like them I will just sell them after review."

Having had them for a couple months, I find them to be just as good as my other SPF pants. I have gotten to a point in my life where I do not like applying sunscreen for multiple reasons (sweat gets it in my eyes, scent gets on my bait/lure, hard to hold on to gear) so SPF clothing is a must for me.

These UA pants fit true to size and are not binding in the least. I rarely zip them off so I cannot honestly comment on the shorts. I can wear them all day long and have no complaints. When it comes time to get new pants, definitely give Under Armour a look.

By the way I still have the pants, they have found a spot in my closet.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Great pants, SPF in a pair of pants, comfortable
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