Discussion in ' Outerwear ' started by andy richards , Sep 12, 2010. Double Tin Pants I wear them over a pair of long under wear. I switched to the same set in un-oiled Tin Cloth because it is so much more pliable and I really didn't need the added protection from water that oiled tin Cloth affords.
January 21, 2013, 07: If you try to make it soft by using the washer or dryer it might only make it stiffer! Also, keep in mind none of their gear breaths well so a wicking layer is need. Sep 13, 2010 9. I wear them in the summer to go blackberry picking, and they do get clammy, they don't breathe well but they do turn away blackberry stickers. What always does them in is sandy mud.
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Sep 25, 2010 12. Also, keep in mind none of their gear breaths well so a wicking layer is need. I have the single tin pants - I sized up from regular waist and they still fit a little snug. Double front, rip stop fabric ranger pants. I like chaps for light weight and good protection. Sep 28, 2010 19.
No trouble at all except once it gets warm I tend not to wear them. February 26, 2013, 09: I agree with the advice you have been given so far. Where I am sawing and splitting is loaded with brier's.
Thanks for mentioning the hem and suspenders. January 21, 2013, 04: The are not waterproof but water resistant and will leak but they will not absorb water like cotton or chafe like wool. Sep 12, 2010 6.
Any pro's and con's of the bibs and double layer tin cloth pants? According to Filsons' website, these pants shouldn't be washed at all... Worth every penny if you spend a lot time in the woods. The tight weave prevents the briars from catching. I would look elsewhere for a pair of bibs and jacket.
Already ordered a tin cloth Field jacket which has not been delivered, yet and matching hood and liner. Chris Elliott Clark 666C cable skidder Husqvarna and Jonsered pro saws 265rx clearing saw Professional maple tubing installer and maple sugaring worker, part time logger. Filson tin cloth pants and bibs question Discussion in ' Outerwear ' started by andy richards , Sep 12, 2010. I was wondering how hot the pants got? May 05, 2013, 03: I've always split the crotch out and have had to resew them.
Sep 12, 2010 3. But, I'd the waist shrinks, I better go up two sizes. And the pants are meant to wear as normal pants or are they like overpants?
Share This Page Tweet. No protection for the back of the leg. If I were independently wealthy they are the only thing I would wear in the woods while working in the summer.
Sep 28, 2010 19. I find that the chainsaw chaps do great in the sticker bush... As you wear it, the material will soften up and it will begin to form fit to you. I wouldn't want the pants next to my skin and would suggest the bibs. As for the bibs, no thank you. I have some things on order so I am very interested in this.
I've had a pair of the single tin, dry finish pants for several years. It is generally a very small variation and most of the time is not even noticeable. The tight weave prevents the briars from catching. I have a number of sets of pants in double un-oiled Tin Cloth as well as a double jacket. November 03, 2017, 09: My normal pants size is 34-34, but on Filsons' website there is no 34 - 34...