If I was serious about it I’d get a pair dans chaps and boots, the ones they sell stitched together
Has the phone number to place an order with an agent at the top of their page.Where do you get the Dans five star? Looking at their website it doesn’t look like you can order directly from them?
I have a pair of wicks tuffr an hell bibs nylon the trouble with nylon you will be dry on the outside but soaking ass wet on the inside because the nylon doesn’t breath all the body moisture stays in same with the chaps prob the best is hunting pants and spray with silicone boot spray about every outing give it a tryI spend a lot of time chasing pheasants in the snow which means I beat the shit out of the cattails with my golden. Anyone have any recommendations for a high quality waterproof chap or upland pant? I have a pair of browning and Carharts that I like and wear every time out, but I do get wet once the snow flies. I’ve learned to just live with it.
I run hot, could be -50 during pheasant hunting and I won’t get cold. But it absolutely drives me nuts how my pants get wet and then I do get a bit cold going between spots. Not to mention the annoying wet feeling all day, I don’t deal with a ton of briars in the cattails, so it doesn’t need to be burr proof necessarily. A few stickers at the end of the day doesn’t bother me. I spend 90% of my time once the snow hits walking through thick cattails with my golden.
I’m fine with my early season pants when there’s no snow. But when I’m beating cattails in 10 inches of snow all day what have you found that you like (or 18 inches in WI today)? I have no limit on budget, buy once and cry once.
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I saw that it thought it was for dealer orders. I will give them a callHas the phone number to place an order with an agent at the top of their page.
The Brush Buster Chap Froglegs offer heavy duty protection against briars, swamps and other elements. Dan's Hunting Gear carries a large selection of briarproof chaps with boots.danshuntinggear.com