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    Is there a pair of camo pants out there that is warm enough in 24 degrees F that is comfortable for sitting for hours and not freezing and not to warm that you begin to sweat the minute you start walking. Something warmer than blue jeans but not that heavy as camo snow pants ..the name of it or if it is sold at a store like cabelas or Gandermountain. thnx.

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    I just wear long johns under medium duty snow pants. When you're walking a lot you may want to take off long johns but once you get to your stand put them on. Makes for a cold second or two when putting on/off but works best for me in this MN cold.

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      Try a pare of "MAN-HOSE" Under Armer thay realy worke better then long johns, lite not bulkey thay come in camo!

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        Once you get past the "man-pride" thing, at the suggestion of an old timer, just try a pair of nylon panty hose. cheap and they hold your body heat very comfy. 400 thinslate boots, good socks and i'm fine in the teen temps with a pair. froze toes have always been a problem for me in the past. thinking of trying a 'queen size' and cutting a hole in the crouch to make a top this year. no wonder ladies don't wear stockings in the summer anymore. lol if u please!

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          Keith green-- +1 4U Sir.

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