Men's Filson Double Tin Husky Chaps

Item No. 2777-11014024
$195.00
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2777-11014024
A double layer of our tough, water-repellent oil finish Tin Cloth provides armor-like protection against briars and wet brush. Flat felled seams, bar tacking at stress points, double-needle construction and Rugged Twill hem binding ensure reliable use for years. Adjustable side straps provide a no-twist fit. A 14" brass zipper custom cut at Filson with a snap-closure storm flap ensures a good fit over boots.
FEATURES
Adjustable side straps for snug, no-twist fit
Leg has 14" brass zipper with storm flap to fit over boots
Made with water-repellent, abrasion-resistant fabric
Regular fits 29"-31" inseam; Long fits 32"-34" inseam
Cuffs bound with Rugged Twill
Double-stiched construction with bar tacking for durability

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Customer Reviews

4.7 / 5.0
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Great
March 13, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Originally posted at
Ok. Would have preferred leather
Ok. Would have preferred leather
February 16, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Originally posted at
Almost perfect
The quality of the chaps are awesome. I would say perfect except they are still a little tighter than I wanted. I cant fault filson or this product for me having fat thighs:smirk:
January 13, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Originally posted at
Excellent
Worked better than I hoped!!! Great protection and really keeps the wind at bay.
January 12, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Originally posted at
very high quality product!
very high quality product!
December 23, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Originally posted at
Pheasant Hunting
Awesome buy! Went through thick brush with needles like it was nobody's business. I would definitely recommend these to others. In fact already did the same day I used them.
October 29, 2017
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Originally posted at
Invaluable Gear
Like another reviewer, I've had my double tin chaps for many years - prior to the zippered version. All I have ever had to do after a hunt is hose them off and that was only a few times when the slews were really muddy. I'm a bird hunter and rely on these chaps every year. No stickery plants adhere to these - none! - not even foxtail (the little round buggers with very sharp spines). You would hate these things if like me you hunt with a dog. Those spines lock up a dog about ten feet into the field. Prior to having these I came away bloody after every hunt pulling those buggers off my jeans and boot laces to say nothing of my best friends paws. I have to use multi-tool pliers to get them off pooch. All my hunting buddies wear these chaps now and we all are grateful for them. Buy these chaps and forget about having to maintain them. They will be your best piece of gear and you will never regret it.
September 30, 2016
Originally posted at
Best Chaps Money Can buy
I primarily hunt small game in the Mississippi Delta. Cuckleburs, briars, mud and dew are no problem for theses chaps. Its nice to be able to get back to camp and just push the chaps down over your rubber boots, and take boots and chaps off both at the same time. This leaves you with clean, dry pants underneath. I have had this pair over 6 years and they are holding together like you expect a Filson product to.
June 10, 2016
Originally posted at
Double tin Chaps
The reviews now say "zipper chaps" - no zipper or snaps on the pair I purchased and it was not offered as an option. Assumed the product came with zippers or snaps.
August 31, 2015
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Originally posted at
Buy these NOW!
Best chaps I have ever owned. I walk through some really tough terrain with briars, waist high wet weeds and grass, branches and bogs. These keep your boot laces protected because they are just stiff enough. They keep your pants dry and protect you from the sharpest thorns. They are great for South Texas quail hunting.
January 11, 2014
Purchased
over 6 years ago
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