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7/15/2016 9:53 PM
 
Not to hijack the thread, but does anyone have any good suggestions for pants that come in a 36" inseam? Some of the duluth ones do, but I prefer something without cargo pockets. Other than that, I've been striking out, save BDU pants.
 
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7/16/2016 5:22 PM
 
Arborwear has a few offerings with 36" inseams.

https://www.arborwear.com/products/pants
 
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7/16/2016 7:26 PM
 
I really like the Riggs Ranger pants, they have worked well on hikes in Big Bend.
 
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7/17/2016 12:38 PM
 
I like Fjellreven pants. I have 3 pair and my favorite is this:
https://www.fjellrevenshop.no/fjellreven-gaiter-trouser-no-1
 
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7/18/2016 10:25 AM
 
I have a 35" inseam so I am always on the lookout for 36" pants. I wear Railriders Versa-Tac Lights almost exclusively in the back country when I am not wearing soft shell pants. They use BDU sizing and the Longs are 35.5" in length

https://www.railriders.com/men-versatac-light-pant-p-954.html?cPath=104_110

The lights are a perfect weight for back country use in my opinion. Durable and quick drying. The mids are still nylon but have more of a light canvas feel..

Nick Boyle | HPG Product Specialist
 
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7/20/2016 3:34 PM
 

I really like the Railriders pants as well, but for 3 season use and especially in summer I keep coming back to the Crye Precision Field Pants.  I have an older set of them in Multicam, which saw lots of use (along with a couple sets of the Crye Combat Pants) in Afghanistan and a couple other countries.  I have two pair of the newer G3 Field Pants in Khaki and Ranger Green.  For hard use and getting your money's worth, Crye Precision is hard to beat.  The fit, pocket layout, features, and attention to detail are definitely top shelf.  They also come in long sizes.  Check the sizing chart in the link I've added....plenty of size range.  They might be pricey, but they wear like iron and last an awful long time.

https://www.cryeprecision.com/Product...


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7/20/2016 3:42 PM
 
I would 'second' the Crye Combat Pant. I have no experience with the Field Pant, but if it is as good as the Combat Pant...it would be good indeed. Ken, can you comment on whether or not the Field Pant has any ventilation similar to the Combat Pant? And I use the term ventilation loosely...technically, I'm not sure if it is truly ventilation but the material is thinner in the Combat Pant where most human dudes are likely to have heat and sweat build up...
 
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7/20/2016 4:14 PM
 

Actually...no.  The Field pant is 50/50 NYCO construction throughout.  I think you're referring to the soft shell sections alongside the knees and across the back below the belt line.  The Field Pant doesn't have those, but I haven't ever felt too hot in them....unless it was full-on "Africa Hot".  Which, in that case, you feel hot regardless!  I also like the Field Pant for times when I wear "Roughs" to work....but don't have to look like a Commando at the local convenience store buying a cup of coffee.  The Field Pants can sort of blend in as normal cargo pants.  I used the Combat Pants for...well....combat zones and patrols.


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