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Re: Lightweight Travel Pants

Postby Kurt » Wed May 16, 2012 9:42 pm

Q wrote:Wolfskin pants and Craghopper seersucker shirts did me just fine in Haiti. So did Carhartt jeans, but my nuts felt like they were being boiled in a nuclear reactor.

And I only wore those because MOPP level 4 wasn't an option.


The wool pants I mentioned from LL Bean = No Haitian Nut Fission.

The only bad part of them is if it rains you feel like you are wearing a flimsy, wet paper towel.
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Re: Lightweight Travel Pants

Postby swordpoint9 » Sat May 19, 2012 1:50 pm

I loved Royal Robbins stuff back in the day till it went all 511 on Me ! I tried their lightweights comfortable but unless you buy the Knockoffs in Iraq or Afghan in the Market . No chance at low Profile !!! Too well known now !
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