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Cotton/Poly With Heavy Weight Cordura Facings! Yeah...they really ARE as good as they look. Who knew that brush pants could actually look flattering and still be tough as nails. 10 penny nails...not acrylic nails. Just saying.

High Plains Brush Pants

High Plains Brush Pants  $179.99 
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Prois pulled out all the stops with the High Plains Brush Pants, bringing female hunters the ultimate in fabric and design. Engineered with cotton/poly base and heavy-duty Cordura facings, these pants will provide the comfort and protection you need to move through any upland cover. Waist rests at the natural waistline and is complete with elastic in the side bands and camstrapping/ladder locking to adjust to the perfect fit. Bilateral front pockets with zippered closures. Back pockets with pillowtop covers to keep contents in place. Pleated knees optimize articulation and freedom of movement. Boot zippers with 1-inch overlay flaps and snaps to keep debris to a minimum. Additional Cordura scuffplate added to the inside seam to reduce wear. Cuffline with elastic drawstring and cordlocking to keeep pants tight to the boot during the hunt. Constructed with a feminine fit to allow plenty of room through the hips and thighs.

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by Anne Vinnola Date Added: Saturday 24 November, 2012
These are the best for upland game bird hunting! I had no problem wearing them in So. Africa in very thorny places. They run a bit small to size but are great to wear. They are best used in situations where being silent is not necessary...

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Cotton/Poly With Heavy Weight Cordura Facings! Yeah...they really ARE as good as they look. Who knew that brush pants could actually look flattering and still be tough as nails. 10 penny nails...not acrylic nails. Just saying.
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