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Old 03-10-2009, 01:59 AM   #1
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Fieldsheer Four Season Pants

I'm looking for some spring/summer/fall pants and the Fieldsheer Four Season caught my eye as they seem to be the only pants made with 1000 Denier mesh (as opposed to 600 Dn for the rest of them).

Anybody care to comment about them?

I'm concerned with sizing as they have liners underneath, so when running in mesh mode, during the summer, they wouldn't be uh, don't wanna say tight cause it brings back memories of hair bands, but not even form-fitting - which is a security risk.
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