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#528273 - 11/08/18 06:08 PM Re: loden apparel [Re: Gunwolf]
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Gunwolf,
Thanks,
Mike

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#528277 - 11/08/18 07:10 PM Re: loden apparel [Re: steve white]
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Maybe, but I just don't think I could ever cotton to knickers.


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Raimey
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#528298 - 11/09/18 10:03 AM Re: loden apparel [Re: ellenbr]
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Raimey,
They are great, especially if made of leather(lederhosen). My wife loved then too. I have a pair for winter made of elch( moose) leather, and a pair for summer, made of kalb( calf) leather. I wore them most every day and my wife didn't have to wash them. For old jaegers, the more they "shine" on the front, the better( sign of use, experience). An old saying was when they will stand up by them selves, they are right. They are easy to wear boots with, easy to climb in, and don't "ride up".
Mike

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#528315 - 11/09/18 12:46 PM Re: loden apparel [Re: steve white]
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Mike, once more, you know the German hunting traditions perfectly!
Yes, leather trousers are perfect for hunting. Usually a boy only needs two pairs of Lederhose: a long (3/4) one and a short one.
I wear my leather trousers for more than 40 years, they are made of wild buck, but really perfect are they made of Red Stag, best of European Stag. It#s the best leather for use in summer as well as in winter. And yes! Mine are nearly standing up by themselves! wink
Loden and leather still are very nice materials for hunters needs. For example standing near the fire is not as dangerous as with the modern fabrics...

Gunwolf
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#528318 - 11/09/18 12:50 PM Re: loden apparel [Re: steve white]
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This is a very traditional tailor of Loden outfits in Austria near the German border to Bavari. I just ordered a custom made jacket, similar to the "Kitzstein" model, but with some details of my own. And he also makes a Loden trouser for me. By the way, I prefere the light brown Loden...

Loden Kern

Gunwolf


Edited by Gunwolf (11/09/18 12:50 PM)
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#528340 - 11/09/18 05:05 PM Re: loden apparel [Re: Gunwolf]
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Gunwolf,
Thanks,
Do you have a link for traditional hunting parkas, mantels, and wide brimmed hats? Loden is quiet, warm, and keeps most of it's warmth when wet, and comfortable.
Mike

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#528344 - 11/09/18 05:29 PM Re: loden apparel [Re: steve white]
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Mike, there are several, here a few:

traditional and stylish, not cheap but very good quality:

Franken & Cie.

traditional:

Alpen lifestyle

very traditional coats, jackets, trousers etc.:

Trachtenmode

Loden-Parka:

Forstbekleidung

All:

Loden für die Jagd

Waidmannsheil!
Gunwolf
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#528345 - 11/09/18 06:27 PM Re: loden apparel [Re: steve white]
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Wolfgang:

On that last link, on the page that surfaces 1st, on the left the fella w/ the Vizsla, or whatever it is, what is that name of the striking full length jacket the fella is wearing?


Cheers,

Raimey
rse

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#528346 - 11/09/18 06:35 PM Re: loden apparel [Re: steve white]
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Raimey, that's the Ansitz Lodenmantel Forest, a coat for sitting in the cold.

Ansitz Lodenmantel

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Wolfgang
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#528347 - 11/09/18 06:35 PM Re: loden apparel [Re: steve white]
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Quite a fetching coat to say the least. Seems like a value on the jacket in the link?



Cheers,

Raimey
rse

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