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Car54
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Anybody know where I can purchase men's tall warm pants(about 35-36 inseams? I'm 6'4". Must be quiet & warm. Thanks
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Hopewell Tom
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DayOne Camo.

Mine came with a 36" inseam, I shortened them a bit.

Google them up.

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Car54
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Thanks, I'll check them out.
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36" inseams work for me too. Thanks, I'll check them out as well.
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Car54
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Anybody else?
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Duncan
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Army surplus wool. Won't break the bank and usually can be found in the weight that matches the weather where you live. May have to check hem to see if there is enough there to let them out. Can often find them with extra in the hem.

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Made in America, quiet and warm. Great Idaho company.

http://www.ccsutlery.com/store/sh-pants2.html

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