Brush Buster Pants by Dan's Hunting Gear®

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New Comfortable Fit. The name defines these pants. Brush Buster Briarproof Pants there is little doubt exactly what the function is of these briarproof pants. Very similiar to our 313 bib.The Brush Buster Pants are made with 420 Denier nylon and 1000 Denier Magnatuff fronts extending to the knees and the back. Features include leg zippers, zipper fly, 4 deep pockets and rivets on the stress points. Brown. Made in U.S.A. 


- Waist -

Add 2 inches to regular waist size if you are wearing hunting
pants over regular pants. Remember, nylon doesn’t stretch
like your jeans.

- Inseam -

We recommend ordering 2 inches shorter than your normal
inseam. This will keep you from wearing out the hems at the
bottom of the pants.

Dan’s Hunting Gear®, LLC, does warrant their products against any defects and workmanship flaws. The product has to be sent back to Dan’s® for inspection. However, Dan’s® will not warranty product that has been abused, or has more than normal wear and tear. On defective product, Dan’s® will either replace or repair the gear. Dan's® will return/exchange any product for a different size, color, style as long as the product is new and has not been soiled. If a return is sent to us it will be inspected and only then approved by Dan’s® as a return or exchange. We will not accept returns or exchanges on custom orders. The customer is responsible for all shipping charges.See our policy page for more info.

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  • 5

    Posted by Terry-Pennsylvania on 29th Nov 2022

    11/29/2022-After a few years of tearing up camp pants, checking cameras, or pushing deer for others, I decided to research brush pants. Dan's kept coming up. I e mailed Dans about which model, and received a response, with a recommendation the next day. First day of buck season in Pa, since I had taken a buck in archery, I did not hunt, so I pushed all day for other hunters. The pants worked so well, that my wife and I decided to order brushbusters for our son, as a Christmas gift. Follow the size recommendation, wear, and enjoy. Terry - Wexford, Pa.

  • 4
    good but......

    Posted by James McGinley on 21st Nov 2022

    Liked the fit & feel of the pants over the bibs. Pant legs were just right/roomy for wearing as is and not over other pants. Wore first time and was disappointed to see the stitching at the leg bottoms was getting torn/breaking. Yes I was walking thru briars but for "briar -proof" pants I did not expect stitching to get torn on first wear. Would have thought the stitching would have been made of a heavy nylon material that would have held up better to briars.

  • 5
    Briar Pants

    Posted by Bryan on 13th Dec 2021

    Best Briar pants I have ever owned!

  • 5

    Posted by bill on 26th Dec 2020

    Great pants. Please make insulated and option.

  • 5
    Great pants

    Posted by Jeff Couch on 29th Dec 2019

    I just received these pants for Christmas and I’m already in love with the craftsmanship and functionality of the pants. The pants fit as described and they definitely keep the briars away during any situation whether trapping or hunting Dan’s Briar proof pants are a necessity. I will definitely buy more gear from Dans in the future.

  • 4
    pants are cut one size smaller will be returning for next size up pants look and feel great

    Posted by joe on 8th Nov 2016

    Pants are what I expected I just ordered wrong size need next size up

  • 5
    Outstanding product!

    Posted by Andrew S. on 2nd Aug 2016

    Lightweight but completely briar proof! Flexible and washable (unlike my other briar proof clothing.) Home run product!

  • 5
    1 tweak to be a 6

    Posted by Tournament hunter on 1st May 2016

    The pants fit true to size as suggested on webpage. I have not field worn these yet to tell how they will hold up but they are comfortable. Long days in the field of competition this season will tell the durability. The zippers are very heavy, not cheap like most. My only suggestion from past experience would be to have a Velcro strap at the cuff to be able to pull the bottom of pant leg tight around the ankle. It helps keep the pants from getting pushed up in snow, grasses, etc..... It also helps keep the wind from blowing up the pant leg.