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This is a discussion on What Bug out pants are you wearing within the Personal Protection, Gear, Mods, Accessories forums, part of the Weapons, Protection, Self Defense, Hand to Hand Combat category; I'm looking into pants, winter is easy, pretty much have that sorted, spring to fall on the other hand, not so much. It rains here ...

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    What Bug out pants are you wearing

    I'm looking into pants, winter is easy, pretty much have that sorted, spring to fall on the other hand, not so much.
    It rains here often, but it can also push 100° the next day so DRW and wicking fabrics are what I'm looking into and no cotton.
    Not looking for uber high tech with the price tag, nore convertible, just lightweight low key tech cargo pants that will work thru the spring and fall rain and decent in the summer heat.

    So what's everyone packing, Columbia, REI, North Face, IX9, CQR, Free Soldier...
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    I have several pairs of "Propper" brand and I have been very happy with them! Have a pair on now
    I think they're great and were priced good!

    https://tacticalgear.com/propper-pan...RoCZ00QAvD_BwE
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    I feel like this is not a good time to mention that I am a nudist......

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    I bought a pair of the insanely overpriced Fjallraven trousers.

    I really can't say they are worth the money but, they are comfortable and bullet proof...metaphorically speaking.
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    https://www.amazon.com/Outdoor-Anyti...ateway&sr=8-11

    Something like this. With good UV protection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robie View Post
    I bought a pair of the insanely overpriced Fjallraven trousers.

    I really can't say they are worth the money but, they are comfortable and bullet proof...metaphorically speaking.
    Wow, yea those are pricey

    Quote Originally Posted by SDF880 View Post
    I have several pairs of "Propper" brand and I have been very happy with them! Have a pair on now
    I think they're great and were priced good!

    https://tacticalgear.com/propper-pan...RoCZ00QAvD_BwE
    Some good possibilities there.

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    I feel like this is not a good time to mention that I am a nudist......
    Now where did I put that 10' pole

    Quote Originally Posted by Camel923 View Post
    https://www.amazon.com/Outdoor-Anyti...ateway&sr=8-11

    Something like this. With good UV protection.
    Not big on the convertables for the same reason OSHA won't let me wear shorts on the job site, still look like they may have something for me.
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    I tell you whay? I really love the Mountain Khaki's original field pants. The way the stitch the inseam area is awesome and prevents the typical issues with jean like pants in the crotch area while having to climb, stoop, step over obstacles.

    They are expensive, but If I were buying pants to last years....I'd buy them.
    https://www.mountainkhakis.com/produ...ns/yellowstone
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    What are 'pants'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back Pack Hack View Post
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    Speaking of pants, anybody seen mine?



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