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13-10-2012, 21:49   #1
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Hunting chaps

Lads anybody know where to get decent thorn proof waterproof hunting chaps you know like the trialing lads wear preferably with the arse covered not
the single leg ones
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13-10-2012, 21:53   #2
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I got these at midland gamefair this year.
http://www.sportingsaint.co.uk/product_list/48

Connollys redmills have the chaps for definite, not sure if they have the ones with the arse in them though.
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13-10-2012, 22:18   #3
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preferably with the arse covered not
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Tut, tut......You should really wear a pair of trousers with them.
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preferably with the arse covered not
the single leg ones
Tut, tut......You should really wear a pair of trousers with them.
Ye but I'm sick of havin to clean my arse after sliding down ditches I don't slide down front ways so I'm not worried about letting my third leg hang free

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13-10-2012, 22:42   #5
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barbour hardy chaps... the mutts nuts... sportsden should have em
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13-10-2012, 22:50   #6
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Alchemist thanks man there bang on the ones I was lookin for
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are they not very heavy and sweat ye?
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they only seem to have xl or xxl?
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Don't get the ones's that cover you're arse, there really heavy when wet and just uncomfortable, I got these at the midlands this year pricey but top quality


http://www.deerhunterclothing.co.uk/...ps-Olive-Night
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they only seem to have xl or xxl?
Oh, you mean MANSIZE! :-P
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Don't get the ones's that cover you're arse, there really heavy when wet and just uncomfortable, I got these at the midlands this year pricey but top quality


http://www.deerhunterclothing.co.uk/...ps-Olive-Night
Not applicable to the barbour ones, very light yet thornproof within reason and dont sweat your legs
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barbour hardy chaps... the mutts nuts... sportsden should have em
second this they are the bees knees.never find them heavy an also great for briars etc
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Why wear chaps & not just a good quality pants?

I got these this year. Best pants I've worn. The welly overhand is the business to keep water out of the boots from rushes etc

http://mobile.uttings.co.uk/Product/...ers-110202933/

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do you mean the michelin man? hahaha
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I got a pair of beretta chaps on e bay, i find them great and they come with a mud flap to cover your bum bum
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