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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    Gunners Up : I do like those training grounds ,I see a couple of angled keyhole blinds through the trees
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    That's part of the RockErin training complex in Stillwater, OK. We are really fortunate to have it here. Unbelievably nice property. Just need some rain!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin S View Post
    I got some of DTC's stuff - it's OK but none is made in the USA. When I noticed that
    I no longer open the catalog. The fire hose jeans are heavy but take the skin off the
    back of your hand when digging in the pocket.

    Nothing is inexpensive any more - Sierra Trading used to be, no longer are.
    I went to my first Sierra Trading Post last year in Cheyenne WY. when I met up with ABIII, it was VERY expensive, the new Sportsmen Warehouse was still under construction, so I shopped at the Murdoch's around the corner and had a great time
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    I love Duluth's jeans and I have some of their long sleeve Henley t's and some thermal tops. All of their stuff wears like iron and fits well. No experience with the pants you are asking about, but the clothes I have gotten from Duluth I highly recommend!.
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    As for the pants I am not a big fan but do like the shirts. Gunners Up I do like the grounds!

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    Duluth makes good products across the board.

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    DTC's medium weight wool blend socks are the toughest and best I have owned, and I love wool socks enough to wear them with sandals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunners Up View Post
    Bon,

    Check out Mountain Khakis Equater Pants. I love these things and they are incredibly comfortable and well built.

    http://www.mountainkhakis.com/produc...orial-pant.cfm

    Their Original Mountain Pant is hard to beat for training or hunting. In the winter I practically live in mine.

    All the best,

    Richard
    Thanks for this. I checked it out and found that they have long inseam pants for Ladies. I just got a pair, they fit great. Now I got choices besides Eddie Bauer's "Blakey" fit.
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    Renee,

    Your welcome! I like their gear. It's rugged holding up while hunting and training and looks good at a trial or on date night!

    RD
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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    has anyone here actually used any of their apparel, specifically their Quick Dry pants or shorts ?

    I have been loyal to Columbia and Ex Officio is a touch out of my price range, but was looking at the pants or shorts as my summer training pants

    Also interested in how their T shirts fit and wear but will be hard pressed to give up the Under Armour stuff
    I have a shirt and a pair of firehose pants. I don't like the shirt all that much, but I like the pants. I like mountain khakis better though. MK makes a nylon type blend pant that is pretty light and dries fast as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleHaul View Post
    Mountain Khaki is out of Jackson Hole in about the same way Texas Pete is out of Texas. Not at all. Founded and headquartered in Charlotte, NC buy a couple of guys who sold their web development firm to iXL in the dotcom days. The Jackson stuff is just part of the branding to make the country club set feel good about paying twice the price for Carhartt knock-offs and to allow the backers to write off ski trips. The pants were originally made in NC but I think they have moved overseas with growth--still shipped into and out of a warehouse in Gastonia, NC. It is now owned by Freedom Group with a HQ in Madison, NC.

    Their early marketing campaign of spamming serious fly fishing message boards like the Drake with countless "best pants ever" posts have made them something of a negative internet meme in the FF world.
    Never heard of this and I am on several fly fishing forums. I wouldn't consider them Carhartt knockoffs either. Are Wranglers a Levis knockoff?

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