The finest upland hunting chaps ever made. Constructed of a waterproof, briar-resistant 4-layer wader fabric, the Waterproof Chaps provide lightweight, breathable protection from morning dew, rainy afternoons, and the most wicked thorns and briars. Great for the traveling hunter, these chaps shed burrs and hitchhikers and pack down easily. Features side zips for easy on-and-off over boots and articulated knees for a better range of motion. In silver sage. 100% polyester with nylon tricot lining. Imported. Regular: 28" to 30" inseam. Long: 32" to 34" inseam.
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4 of 4(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Waterproof Chaps
Review 1 for Waterproof Chaps
Brush and the Briars have no chance,
June 18, 2014
from Charlotte, North Carolina
"These are great if you Don't want to wear water waders and need to move around in the thickets. Very comfortable, light weight, but a strong barrier to pesky barbs and thorns. Hunting with my pals then off they come when we hit town on the way home!"
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Review 2 for Waterproof Chaps
April 27, 2014
from K.C. area
"Best chaps ever. I maintain lawn sprinklers. Nothing worse than a pair of hot rain pants. I wear Orvis chaps all spring, every day. They're cool, water proof, and the mud that I crawl around in, does not soak through. A pair usually lasts a couple of seasons. I can't imagine a hunter using these chaps, as intended, ever wearing out. Great product. Don't waste your time and money on other brands."
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Review 3 for Waterproof Chaps
January 23, 2014
from Wa. St.
"These are a great product. First pair of hunting chaps I have ever owned and am not disappointed. The fit was great. They kept me dry on wet morning pheasant hunts. Very durable for their light weight. Recommend to anyone."
"I am in my third season with these chaps and could not be be more pleased. I find them a significant improvement over most field pants - waterproof, lightweight, and not too hot. At first, I was concerned whether they would hold up because they seem so lightweight, but they show no damage from time spent in heavy cover. And they resist thorns very well.
I don't expect to need to buy another pair for awhile, but I hope Orvis keeps making them."