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Old 08-22-2014, 09:15 AM
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Okay. I am a freakishly tall human being. 6'-7" to be exact. I typically wear a 36x36 in pants. Do any of you guys know where to purchase upland pants in this size? I have looked everywhere. Any help is appreciated.
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Old 08-22-2014, 09:43 AM
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http://www.briarproofstore.com/nylon...-hunting-gear/

They carry Dan's that will make custom sizes.
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Awesome! Thanks for the link!
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I like the 5.11 tactical pants for hunting in. They seem to keep briars and thorns from sticking to ya and are pretty durable.
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I am 6'7 also. I was able to find a pair at Academy in a 34 length that fit me perfect.
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Okay. I am a freakishly tall human being. 6'-7" to be exact. I typically wear a 36x36 in pants. Do any of you guys know where to purchase upland pants in this size? I have looked everywhere. Any help is appreciated.

Might want to try and find a store that carries Carhartt briar pants...You can "typically" find the bigger/longer sizes that you are talking about....AND...I bought a pair 5years ago , they are now my "go to briar pants" over wrangler, columbia , kevins , orvis , etc, etc ...I've tried most of them...Still shedding briars , durable and comfortable!....Oh...BTW $50 ain't bad either.....
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http://www.bigcamo.com/bigandtallbro...briarpants.php

The large / Tall may work for you. I am a short & stout
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Filson tin cloth chaps might fit you. You can also buy their brush pants unhemmed and have a tailor custom fit them.

They're expensive but its hard to beat their quality and warranty.
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I would seriously consider looking into either Wranglers or Cabelas Roughnecks. Both come in a huge range of sizes, are plenty comfortable, and are durable as heck. Both tied for the best upland pants on our list here.
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