Gear Review: Under Armor Storm Cargo Pants

What is it?

Under Armor Storm Cargo Pants

What sets it apart?

Under Armor’s Storm Technology ensures that these pants will repel water but maintain the breathability you’ll appreciate during a humid summer day. The Storm Cargo Pants resist salt and chlorine staining, as well as weather fading, while and anti-odor technology keeps odor-causing microbes at bay. With a comfortably fuller cut for maximum mobility, the Fish Hunter Cargo Pants feature Under Armour’s signature stretch-engineered waistband and articulated knees for added durability.

How do I use it?

Nylon/Elastane construction yields a flexible fit, while the fabric’s UPF 30+ protects your skin from the sun's harmful rays. The multi-pocket design, complete with hand pockets, back pockets, low-profile cargo pockets & right-side knife pocket, keeps your essential items handily accessible. Available in tan stone, glacier gray, desert sand and fresh clay, the Storm Cargo Pants are made to endure long days on the water, while offering the relaxed style you wouldn’t mind wearing to a casual dinner.

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Angler’s insight:

One of my biggest beefs with any outdoor clothing is clinginess; either legs and sleeves that are cut too narrow for my liking, or material that’s prone to bunching and gathering. Under Armor has avoided this nicely with a pair of pants that moves with you. Also, I don’t mind zip-off pants, as this can be a convenient option on hot days, but I have to admit, I like the smooth, zipper-less feel of the Fish Hunter Cargo Pants’ design. I’m also a fan of pocket knives, but the reach for keys, wallets, my mini recorder, etc., can create awkward bumping. Here, UA eliminates the hassle with a dedicated knife pocket.