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  1. Roofmann

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    in my experience . . no! when I walk around the house in my E trousers . . .my wife says: "those trousers are so noisy . . you're annoying the dog!"
  2. Roofmann

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    I must agree with your comments as well as those of chris_n above. The P30A-E's are a nice fit, well made and generally the design and pocket layout is good. The encapsulated nylon material is noisy, thin (light shines right through it), it doesn't stretch at all unlike the DS, and it is "cold." I wore my pants for the first time this morning when walking my loyal Bull Terrier and my legs were cold. (I live in Canada and the temperature was below freezing.)The E material seems to wick the heat out of my legs much quicker than DS trousers (both pants uninsulated.) Another thing to consider is stain resistance. I stopped on my way home from work to grab a burger at a fast food place. While eating the burger, some beef fat squirted onto the leg of the pants. I eat my burgers plain so it was not a topping stain; only been grease (tallow.) I am still trying to wash the grease stain out of these pants using "Shout" "OxyClean" and the instructions on the washing tab. All-in-all I will stick with DS Products in the future!
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    Sorry Pumpkin! I did not mean to offend "Your Magnificence!" I humbly apologize! Please forgive me!
  4. Roofmann

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    Thanks for posting! Was the NG4 1.0 as popular as the NG4 1.1? I thought the first version sorta flopped? I have the first versions somewhere and I never wear it. I looked on Grailed yesterday and there were around 14 flippers. Correction 19!
  5. Roofmann

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    Most people call it scalping!
  6. Roofmann

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    Grailed?
  7. Roofmann

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    The White Belt would go well with my powder-blue polyester leisure suit!
  8. Roofmann

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    I have never used a gravity pocket . . .ever!
  9. Roofmann

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    I am wearing the 31's in black and RAF green. They are great. I think I will buy a pair of Alpha Green to complete the spectrum.
  10. Roofmann

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    I agree. DS is much better in cold weather (I am in Canada.) Wearing Stotz is like wearing metal pants. They are icy cold and stiff!
  11. Roofmann

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    That's a useful tip! You clearly have better hand-to eye co-ordination than me! :-)
  12. Roofmann

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    1. Make sure both upper and lower zips are moved completely to the bottom. 2. Make sure the upper and lower zips are moved completely to the bottom and aligned vertically. 3. Carefully insert right side of zipper thingy into jaws of death. 4. Pray and make burnt offering. 5. Slowly and carefully drag the zip straight up until it jams: and then start over! I am only exaggerating slightly!
  13. Roofmann

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    I feel your pain!!! Every Day! If you are really careful and make sure everything is lined up, and the zippers are in alignment with the stars . . .it might go up without jamming! It shouldn't't have to be this hard! Good luck to all J88 owners . . .please post zipper tips here!
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    I have one. I like it very much. Quite warm but light and open weave allows it to breath so you don't get overheated. Looks like wool but doesn't itch at all. Fits snug. For me the neck is a bit too tight when buttoned up fully. I took the shirt sling off because I found it annoying.
  15. Roofmann

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    Agreed! It is also more water resistant than the others. Only flaw is the zipper which is really finicky. I am used to it now but I still jam it from time to time!
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