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    I prefer the Carhartt Canvas Dungarees. They block wind well. Wet and cold are better with a wind proof rain pant.

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    Surplus wool pants are a dime a dozen, and are good for cooler weather. For the summer months, I love my North Face synthetic convertible pants (paramount peaks) and are right at about $40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigFootSurvival View Post
    Surplus wool pants are a dime a dozen, and are good for cooler weather. For the summer months, I love my North Face synthetic convertible pants (paramount peaks) and are right at about $40.
    Hey BFS, I was just looking at those North Face pants. It gets mixed reviews on REI so I'm not sure about them. I need something to use during the summer here in the Colorado high country for backpacking. It sounds like you'd recommend them.

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    Craghoppers kiwi trousers


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    I am a Carhartt man myself, if it's cold out I wear my thermal long underwear, and scotchguard treat my pants for the rainy season as it keeps most of the water out.

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    DDR wool trausers and Soldier 95 (UK) lightweigt cotton pants. Good to go allmost year around at here. That mix did cost me about 20(26.43 US Dollar).

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    5.11 Tactical TDU pants.
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    5.11 Tactical TDU pants.
    +1 for the 5.11s

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    Jeans for me.

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