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    Non hunting brand pants?

    I was looking at Arcteryx pants today and wondered what non hunting brands you all have tried?

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    Rail riders are really nice. 5.11 Taclite Pro pants are nearly as nice. I'd like to try some Arborwear pants. I've got Filson Whipcords and they flat rock. Filson Mackinaw pants are great for cold weather.


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    2009 stone sheep, cloudveil pants, noname shirt, summer sucks ball cap.
    some of us have been using non hunting clothing for hunting in the mountains for years. just pick up earth tones and you can blend in and have technical clothing.

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    I've killed a bunch of bulls in Lee 88's.

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    brown carhartts and a hunters orange t-shirt in the norm for rifle deer around here

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    I love my blackhawk pants light weight and very comfortable lots of pockets. If u watch the internet u can get them for $50

    http://www.blackhawk.com/product/Lig...nt,1214,76.htm

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    I'm a fan of Arcteryx because I live where it rains and snows a LOT. The hunting brands have been playing catch up to the skiing and mountaineering companies for years. I also carry my rain gear on my back so I like it light and without a bunch of gimmicky zippers and velcro garbage.

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    The Arc'teryx "leaf" stuff is pretty sweet but it ain't cheap. Government contract prices.
    http://leaf.arcteryx.com/Home.aspx?language=EN

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    Carhartt has def been on a few trips with me.
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    I've been wearing Kuhl pants and like them alot. They are geared towards the rock climbers, mountaineers and yuppies but they fit and move great and hold up. I also like sitkas non-camo pants

 

 

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