Proof Rover Pants: The Best Pair For Getting Out There

Pick up a pair or two of Proof Rover Pants at Huckberry

I’m extremely fickle about wearing jeans. I’m either in a tight pair that looks good but feels like I’m suffocating, or I’m comfortable but they’re baggy and unflattering. It’s even harder when I’m looking for pants that I don’t mind getting a little dirty camping or hiking. Lucky for me, the good folks at Proof have created exactly what I’m looking for: the Rover Pant.


There are a billion jeans options for you out there. What makes these so special? Well, for starters, these aren’t jeans. They might look like jeans, but these pants are made from a cotton-Sorbtek blend that stretches and breathes to keep up with your dirty jobs and outdoor adventures. Plus, with a variety of colors and both slim and straight cuts, you can find the exact pair (or two) that fits you perfectly.

Proof Rover Pant [$118 or 2 for $198]

Get the Proof Rover Pants at Huckberry


  • The Rover Pant Slim is the same fit as the original Rover Pant—nothing has changed except for the name
  • Premium work pant style that combines durability with comfort and technical performance
  • Engineered fabric is ultra-durable, breathable, wicks moisture away from your skin, and stretches for an improved range of motion
  • Gusseted crotch unlocks extra mobility and makes the Rover Pant more durable
  • Dart seams behind knees for a more comfortable, movement-friendly fit
  • Garment dyed for a comfortable, worn-in feel—this will also create slight variations in color for each pair
  • Classic canvas work pant feel



Check out the full line of Proof apparel available at Huckberry at the link below!



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Tom Conroy is a journalist-turned-copywriter for BroBible. He is an NYC native, Marquette University alum, and current resident of Milwaukee, which means he spends a great deal of time screaming about the Yankees between bites of cheese curds and sips of Spotted Cow.