Bison fabric hunting/winter pants
Custom made to your dimensions ... and somewhat customized to your needs.
This fabric is the very last of what we call "Lammers Cloth", after the bison rancher - Duane Lammers - that had this cloth made almost 25 years ago. We had 3 bolts.
We have made vests, coats, and last Christmas, ladies fox and coyote trimmed capes (just put "cape" in the search bar). It is a spectacular, dense, relatively thick but very light woven cloth. It is very very quiet! That, and the warmth, make it great for winter outdoor use. It was made at the last American cashmere mill - Forte Cashmere, right after the founding of the North American Bison Cooperative - the first attempt in this century to aggregate bison for meat production ... and thus have enough hides in one place to gather enough winter undercoat to get it into commercial yarn/fabric production. Duane Lammers did just that ... just one time. So now fast forward to our pants.
Sue Vinson; Vinson Furs in Childress, Texas is doing the cut-and-sew. We've overlayed the leg bottoms with a tight smooth (and also very quiet) camo cloth, to keep burrs and seeds from clinging to the bison (which they will). My test pair got a perfect rating on all scores. Warmth, weight, quiet, toughness, snow resistence. You want the best? Come and get it while it is available.
(team it with one of the BWC's base layer quarter zip shirts) -