I never had any problems with briars or stickers. According to Filsons' website, these pants shouldn't be washed at all... January 21, 2013, 06: I wear them with long underwear or basketball shorts if it's warm. I much prefer the un-oiled these days and that is all I wear. Double Tin Pants I wear them over a pair of long under wear.
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Another question we get is how breathable is the Oil Finish Tin Cloth. Wear a base layer, regardless of the tempand the bottoms will fray rather quickly. Below are a few items we carry made of the Oil Finish Shelter Cloth, click the image to show: The Filson stuff is great when its cool or damp,but will get real hot fast ,and are almost impossible to clean if you get oil or grease on them. Sep 13, 2010 7. That said they are one tough pant.
Otherwise when I take them off my clothes are clean underneath. Please let us know what you think of them in the thread in the Observation Bar. Share This Page Tweet. Kyle, Have you washed your tin pants at this point?
Check them out, they are the best value, tho Filson hands down is the best, if you can afford them. According to Filsons' website, these pants shouldn't be washed at all... Otherwise when I take them off my clothes are clean underneath.
February 26, 2013, 08: I think the double tin pants will actually stand up by themselves. All my jeans are 34 - 34, and on the Filson site there are no 34 lengths... I have set my eyes on the Filson brand. As for the bibs, no thank you. My guess is that the cotton used in these pants are not pre-washed and if washed it sure will shrink.
Filson is the best. I now wear Riggs wear by Wrangler. You are right, they aren't warm or fair weather garments. January 28, 2013, 09: I have used Carhartt Double knee duck pants, they wear ok. Search Media New Media.
Sep 25, 2010 13. I have a pair of the Shelter Cloth brush pants and I treat them pretty much the same as the DTP, but the areas that are not waxed will soak through, so no sitting on the ground in them. That way you won't have my problem and know what you're missing every time you wear something other than the Filsons. No, create an account now.
I've always split the crotch out and have had to resew them. The back of the legs are single layer so briars can sneak in that way. I wax them once a year or so with the Filson wax. Also get the piping done at the hem. Thanks KyleK, that is of help. Didn't get the band on the hem - it's holding up fine for now - wish I had that bit of advice before buying.
Wear a base layer, regardless of the tempand the bottoms will fray rather quickly. I'd suggest to get a pair of suspenders for the double tin pants, don't bother with a belt. The reason why I need something like Tin Cloth is that I need something what keeps me dry and well protected for my out-doors activities. Also get the piping done at the hem.
Any pro's and con's of the bibs and double layer tin cloth pants? Mine are 1000 denier. According to Filsons' website, these pants shouldn't be washed at all...
My normal pants size is 34-34, but on Filsons' website there is no 34 - 34... They'll keep you warm when its quite cold esp if you wear synthetic thermals underneath though too cold and they will stiffen up on you. Do you already have an account?
How do you keep your clothes clean and maintained? January 28, 2013, 09: They'll keep you warm when its quite cold esp if you wear synthetic thermals underneath though too cold and they will stiffen up on you. If it is, I could care less about getting wet from the rain, as long as I got a change of clothes. Yes, my password is: I wouldn't want the pants next to my skin and would suggest the bibs.