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best snake chaps #7610374 09/19/19 12:23 PM
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been looking at snake chaps lately and just wanting some opinions on the type some of yall have used. pros and cons and durability and comfort ability if there is such a thing lol best type for the money etc etc.
thanks in advance! or maybe even a good snake boot that wont cost an arm and a leg

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Check these guys out, they are reasonably priced and offer several different option from chaps, to leg guards to boots.
http://www.foreverlastonline.com/Snake-Guard-Products_c_23.html



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good deal, I'll definitely check it out! I was looking at these Razer Gaiters Snake Gaiters ones on amazon which seemed to be decent compared to the others on there for the price, but also not sure if I'd want the ones that cover me whole leg attaching to the belt 🤷‍♂️ but I do know 200 for some lace up boot styles dont sound too appealing at this time lol

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Originally Posted by chigh_six9
good deal, I'll definitely check it out! I was looking at these Razer Gaiters Snake Gaiters ones on amazon which seemed to be decent compared to the others on there for the price, but also not sure if I'd want the ones that cover me whole leg attaching to the belt 🤷‍♂️ but I do know 200 for some lace up boot styles dont sound too appealing at this time lol


Those are more expensive version of the foreverlast ones that academy and Bucees sells.

I use the foreverlast ones when Antelope hunting because they are cooler for long stalks


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good deal, I'll definitely check it out! I was looking at these Razer Gaiters Snake Gaiters ones on amazon which seemed to be decent compared to the others on there for the price, but also not sure if I'd want the ones that cover me whole leg attaching to the belt 🤷‍♂️ but I do know 200 for some lace up boot styles dont sound too appealing at this time lol


Those are more expensive version of the foreverlast ones that academy and Bucees sells.

I use the foreverlast ones when Antelope hunting because they are cooler for long stalks

bucees sells these??? I stop in the one they just opened up in melissa every morning lol I'll look there too and yeah I'm going to go by academy today after work

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good deal, I'll definitely check it out! I was looking at these Razer Gaiters Snake Gaiters ones on amazon which seemed to be decent compared to the others on there for the price, but also not sure if I'd want the ones that cover me whole leg attaching to the belt 🤷‍♂️ but I do know 200 for some lace up boot styles dont sound too appealing at this time lol


Those are more expensive version of the foreverlast ones that academy and Bucees sells.

I use the foreverlast ones when Antelope hunting because they are cooler for long stalks

bucees sells these??? I stop in the one they just opened up in melissa every morning lol I'll look there too and yeah I'm going to go by academy today after work


Yes, I wear leather hiking boots under mine. I love my danner snake boots but my feet sweat way to much in them if I have to walk far


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Re: best snake chaps [Re: chigh_six9] #7611916 09/20/19 10:36 PM
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Re: best snake chaps [Re: chigh_six9] #7612045 09/21/19 01:47 AM
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cool thanks for the input I'll be checking around this weekend

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I have been using TurtleSkin chaps for the past 5 years. Love them.

Re: best snake chaps [Re: chigh_six9] #7613824 09/23/19 03:49 PM
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so I picked up some true timber snake chaps from cabelas, probably over paid but shoot, I live 6min away from the one in allen so convenience was great in that aspect. I got the ones that loops to your belt. tried them out last night setting my game camera up and they seemed to have worked great, didnt move from where I initially put them, was pretty comfortable as far as kneeling, climbing in a tree, kinda quick stepping through brush. I think the only thing I would do is find a couple of velcro straps and sew them on the top section about the middle of the thigh to close the gap of the thin material to keep burs from getting in that section. (I was in shorts and they were getting stuck in my leg hairs lol) another selling point for me was they had them in brown. will update later on the more I wear them as far as durability or if they start moving around more and whatnot.

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