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I am looking for a good pair of brush pants. I've been through about 3 pairs in the last 5 years. They all have ripped and tore at the seams. I am not looking to spend a pile of money either. Thanks in advance!
 

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I was doing the same thing...until I bought a pair of Filson double tin chaps. They are indistructable. Will never go with pants again. Probably will not wear out the chaps
 

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I found a pair of Wrangler Brush pants at a discount store for $12. I bought them and they have lasted me 3 years through some of the nastiest multi-floral rose patches I have seen
The internet has to have some cheap
 

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I found a paid or Ideal Brush Pants on ebay in my size for 9.99 new with tags. I guess they are made somewhere in PA. So I rolled the dice on these for the price??? Anyone heard or Ideal Co?
 

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I am thinking of chaps. I looked at filson they are nice but very expensive (yeah I know you get what you pay for). Any other suggestions? I was looking at the bouble tin chaps that filson has
 

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They're about 12 year old... But I also use leather chaps and Mule bibs,.

The chaps are fine for bird fields should last along time. Briars and time take its' toll. The chaps are waxed cotton. Tuff stuff but there is tuffer stuff on the market...cheaper too.
 
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