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    Quote Originally Posted by yellow machine View Post
    Any suggestions for mens pants from the ladies? What do you like to see in a mens pant when training?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellow machine View Post
    Any suggestions for mens pants from the ladies? What do you like to see in a mens pant when training?

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    That's a tee shirt quote, you better copy right that !

    Ummmm.....is that a bumper in your pocket or are you just happy to see me!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pals View Post
    Kathryn--is the material able to withstand walking through briars--the multiflora rose thorn variety? I like the higher waist on those pants, the prana's waist is pretty low. What about burrs and stick tights--can you brush them off easily?

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    Might just need a set of waxed canvas chaps...
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellow machine View Post
    Any suggestions for mens pants from the ladies? What do you like to see in a mens pant when training?
    Um, Wranglers

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    I have to add my 2 cents worth here too. I really dislike the current trend toward low rise pants. There isn't one adult woman in 20 that looks good in them in my part of the country, and I know from my wife's experience that it is nearly impossible to find anything else these days. I really miss the old days when those form fitting, high waisted Rocky Mountain jeans were the style. What they did for the view when an equestri-ann went strolling by was really something.

    I also have to say that I'm also tired of not being able to find men's jeans that actually come to my waist. I'm down to two pairs of jeans now and they are about shot. The levis that I used to wear all of a sudden shortened the zipper by over an inch,and the same has been true of every jean I have tried on for at least the last year. We ordered about six different pairs (different maker, different model, etc) and shipped them all back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HPL View Post
    I have to add my 2 cents worth here too. I really dislike the current trend toward low rise pants. There isn't one adult woman in 20 that looks good in them in my part of the country, and I know from my wife's experience that it is nearly impossible to find anything else these days. I really miss the old days when those form fitting, high waisted Rocky Mountain jeans were the style. What they did for the view when an equestri-ann went strolling by was really something.

    I also have to say that I'm also tired of not being able to find men's jeans that actually come to my waist. I'm down to two pairs of jeans now and they are about shot. The levis that I used to wear all of a sudden shortened the zipper by over an inch,and the same has been true of every jean I have tried on for at least the last year. We ordered about six different pairs (different maker, different model, etc) and shipped them all back.
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    They look like a good pair of diesel fitter pants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellow machine View Post
    Any suggestions for mens pants from the ladies? What do you like to see in a mens pant when training?
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