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Waterfowl Hunter, Big Game, Rifle Hunting, Upland Sportsman

Beretta Multiaction Pants GTX®

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Men's hunting Multiaction Pants GTX® waterproof and breathable with a GORE-TEX LTD lining, made with canvas face Polyamide and treated with a DWR finishing

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Men's hunting Multiaction Pants GTX® waterproof and breathable with a GORE-TEX® LTD lining, made with canvas face Polyamide and treated with a DWR finishing.

The men's hunting Multiaction Pants GTX® are studied for active hunt in which staying dry and reducing the noise to a minimum are essential. The Multiaction Pants GTX® are waterproof and very breathable with GORE-TEX® LTD lining suspended freely from the outer fabric. The lining's taped seams ensure protection from the elements. It is comfortable next to the skin, quiet and slides easily over the layers. In addition, the outer material is a canvas face Polyamide with elastic inserts in key areas to allow for greater mobility. The pants are completed with buttons for suspenders, side and pockets, ventilation zippers and preformed knees.


  •     Closure with snap buttons and zip.
  •     Buttons for suspenders.
  •     Belt loops.
  •     Zippered lateral pockets.
  •     Ventilation zippers between the legs.
  •     Preformed knees.
  •     High lumbar support with comfort fabric insert.
  •     Elasticated waistband.
  •     Beretta rubber logo on the back.
  •     One diagonal zippered pocket on the back.
  •     BCMS icon at the bottom.
  •     Elastic regulation at the bottom.

Active Hunt

The Active segment collects all the garments studied for the walked up hunting, both for hare or wing Upland hunting and for stalking in Big Game. All the products in the Active segment ensure maximum protection during the hunt and are suitable for long walks in the woods or in the field. Jackets, vests and pants are designed to guarantee easy access to pockets, cartridge holders and game bags, providing who wears them with maximum comfort. The Active line includes garments that can adapt to several different climate conditions, as they can be combined with the BIS-Beretta Interactive System, innovative clothing that, in case of intense cold conditions, can become the perfect second layer under the garments suitable for mildest climates and maintain the optimal body temperature. All the garments in the Active segment are water-repellent and/or waterproof, breathable, lightweight and silent.


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For the Best Fit…please use the following charts to determine your size when ordering.
Clothing Size Measurements (Measure your body)
Neck (men): Wrap tape around to the base of your neck in the front and allow extra room for comfort, or measure the collar length of your favorite shirt.
Chest/Breast: Wrap a tape measure evenly around the fullest part under the arms.
Waist: Wrap tape around your natural waistline, or where you actually wear your pants.
Hip: Standing with your feet together, measure around the fullest part of your hip (approximately 7-8 “below the waist). Don’t forget to keep tape level.
Inseam: Best taken from a pair of your own pants which you like length of when wearing. Measure along the garment inseam from the crotch seam to the hem.
Sleeve length: From center back of your neck with your arm slightly bent, follow the tape around to your wrist bone.
Shoulders: Wearing a shirt, measure from one seam to the other crossing the shoulders.
CAUTION: Whenever Ordering Women’s Apparel “Made in Italy”
There is a significant difference between US and Italian styling and fit. Our experience tells us that it is best to order one size up.

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3 out of 5

Unhappy Camper


I purchased this pant last fall as a stand in for my Folsom chaps, that are beyond their last leg. The fit is great, and movement is as well, but as far as waterproof/windproof, I’m saying no. Goretex used to be the benchmark for impermeable, yet breathable material, but I’ve noticed over the past few years, it has been more and more likely to fail than holdup. Love the lace hook on the bottom hemline, and ALWAYS wear with FirstLite gators, which stay dry below. I had been suspicious of this this past fall, but usually warmed up and the cool feeling went away. Today, however, after running my drahts for a couple of hours on the prairies, the dew soaked my legs. Feet were completely dry inside 10 year old Danner boots...maybe I just got a lemon. I hope so, because like I said, love everything else about them.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? No
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