Fleece pants?

Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by JGD, Dec 7, 2008.

  1. JGD

    JGD Spike

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    I'm looking to get some fleece camo pants for Christmas and wondered if anyone had a suggestion. They really don't need to be waterproof or to have a scent blocker feature, just a good durable midweight fleece to wear under my wool bibs. Thanks, John.
     
  2. therron258

    therron258 10 pointer

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    do they have to be camo? i bought a cheap fleece pullover sweatshirt from wal mart and it seems to keep me really warm, better than most other stuff does
     
  3. trophythumper

    trophythumper Spike

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    Warm but really snags briars/stick-tights.
     
  4. therron258

    therron258 10 pointer

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    yeah, i tried wearing mine as an outer, and thats the worst thing about them, ialmost got some fleece bibs, but for the hassle of cleaning them i went with a different pair
     
  5. LabsRock

    LabsRock Fawn

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    Soapbox?

    Right on QuackrStackr, we should all spend more at our local business. I kinda got the Christmas spirit earlier. Well after about 15 minutes in Wal-Mart, I got over it. Sam Walton must be rolling in his grave. I couldn't find anything made in the USA.:mad: Don't get me wrong, I enjoy saving money as much as anyone. But sometimes I look at the crap they are selling and just walk out empty handed. Anyway, I think we all need to try to support our "local" merchant's like Uncle Lee's. ;)
     
  6. Drake makes a great pair of fleece pants, so does macks PW I love my fleeces for outer wear in the deer stand or as a layer.

    Agreed Old Sam would be ashamed. I nearly stroked when wallyworld took out the guns in my town. The sporting goods section has turned to crap. They had 1 box of decoys this year. I pretty well have to go to paducah if I want anything. I now spend my money locally if at all possible. I wish uncle lees wasnt a 1:30 minute drive form here I love that store.
     
  7. Louhunter

    Louhunter 8 pointer

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    I bought a pair made for skiing from the bargin bin at Campmor many years ago and they have been great. They have reinforced knees and seat and are very warm. Like other have said, don't wear them on the outside you will be picking burrs and everything else off for months.
     
  8. Greenhead Rocker

    Greenhead Rocker 6 pointer

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    Check out the natgear line of fleece. The warmest stuff I've seen yet. They make bibs and pants in fleece, as well as jackets, vests, and pullovers. Great products.
     
  9. cornbread

    cornbread 10 pointer

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    Take a look at Browning and Under Armour.
     
  10. singlebarrel

    singlebarrel 6 pointer

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    I bought the dimension fleece pants and pullover from Cabelas. I love it. Very warm with the windproof lining...and very quiet.
     
  11. kyblackmallard

    kyblackmallard 10 pointer

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    I have a pair from Sasquatch and they have performed well for over 4 years.Duckin, fishin,and deer hunting they are really warm.
     
  12. Thunder Head

    Thunder Head 8 pointer

    For a layering item you cant beat a set made for water fowling. They have the straps on the bottom to keep them from wading up when you put the outer layer on.
     
  13. Big_country

    Big_country 6 pointer

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    I bought the mossy oak APX fleece. team it with some under armour and you could stay warm in any climate;)
     

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