With their felled seams, heavy-duty snaps and bartacking throughout, Filson's ultra-durable Single Tin Chaps will stand up to the toughest conditions.
Adjustable side straps (place one on each side of a belt loop) provide a no-twist, snug fit.
- ADDITIONAL INFO
- CLEANING INFO
* Each leg has 2 straps that slide under your belt (1 strap on either side of your belt loop, to prevent the chaps from twisting)
* 2 snaps on each strap allow you to adjust the length to fit your legs
* Straight cut legs
Made in USA
If your normal pant inseam is 29 - 31, then order size Regular.
If your normal pant inseam is 32 - 34, then order size Long.
Fabric - Oil Finish Tin Cloth, 15 oz. 100% cotton duck, 2 ply by 2 ply, paraffin treated for maximum water repellency
Weight - Approximately 1 lb 10 oz
Common Uses - Upland hunting, waterfowl hunting, horseback riding, ranching, rugged outdoor wear
How do I clean my Oil Finish Tin Cloth garment?
Wipe or brush away surface soil or buildup with a damp cloth or scrub brush. If necessary, use cold water to loosen up any caked mud or dirt, or just hose 'em down at the end of the day.
Filson advises against spot cleaning with soap and water, as it may result in a loss of water repellency or color in that spot. If it is absolutely necessary to spot clean an Oil Finish garment, you may need to re-wax that spot to restore the water repellency after it dries.
DO NOT professionally dry clean Oil Finish garments. Dry cleaning solutions destroy the Oil Finish, effectively turning Oil Finish fabrics into Dry Finish fabrics. If an Oil Finish garment is dry cleaned, it will need to be re-waxed to restore its water repellency.
DO NOT machine wash Oil Finish garments. Machine washing breaks down the Oil Finish, and sometimes causes the fabric to shrink. Most importantly, machine washing will not soften Oil Finish Tin Cloth. In fact, it may make the fabric stiffer than before.
Do I need to re-wax my Oil Finish Tin Cloth garment right away?
You shouldn't need to re-wax your Oil Finish Tin Cloth garment right away. It is ready to wear.
However, over time, and with regular use, the Oil Finish water repellency may weaken, especially in areas of high wear or repeated flexing (such as the knees of a pant, or the elbows or cuffs on a jacket).
What should I do if my Oil Finish Tin Cloth garment gets wet?
Cotton can shrink if it gets wet, especially when it's exposed to any kind of heat. Allow your Oil Finish Tin Cloth garment to dry naturally, away from any source of heat, to minimize shrinkage.
Oil Finish Tin Cloth is made of 100% cotton that has not been preshrunk, so shrinkage can occur, even if care is taken to avoid prolonged exposure to heat when wet. Most customers do not experience enough shrinkage to have a problem with the fit.
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About Filson Corporation
Filson, a leading outfitter for outdoor enthusiasts, is committed to providing the highest quality apparel that stands up to the toughest conditions.
Filson puts the same care into all our products that C.C. Filson insisted on since 1897. We believe that no one can craft our heavy wools, rugged cottons, and genuine bridle leather with the same quality and durability that we can get right here in Seattle. Whether you're active in drenching rain, brush and briars, or severe cold and snow.