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    Did you use these and how did they work? I have the lightweight ascent pants, really great for a hike- looking for a little heavier.

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    Used the tar out of mine for 3 seasons now. I love them and really like the waterproof knees and seat.


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    I love my timberline pants as well. The knee padding is a nice feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBull View Post
    I just recently got my pair but my only complaint about the timberline and the mountain pants is the built in belt. The belt doesn't do a very good job at keeping up your pants with a heavy load, and I am to tall for the suspenders. That's why I will be switching to the 90 percent pants this summer.
    I would agree with this. I have had mine for 3 years and sometimes do not bother using them because of the belt. I like to carry a side arm and knife on a belt and this doesn't allow me to do that. If they fixed this one aspect they would be my go too pants all year around. I am also switching to the new ascent or mountain pants.


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    Had mine for 3 years too. Indestructible & comfortable.

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    I have two pairs and love them. I don't think I'll ever wear a different pant for hunting again. I like how flexible and stretchy they are. The water proof seat and knees are perfect. I have a solid gray and tan pair.
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    How old are all of your guys Timberline & mountain pants? I have a pair that is 5-6 years old and are the nice stretchy material you are all describing and I love them, but I was looking at the current mountain or timberline(cant remember which one) pant in the store not to long ago and seems like they are not as stretchy anymore.

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    Mine are about 2 years old.
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