Women's Fleece-Lined DuluthFlex Fire Hose Pants

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Women's Fleece-Lined DuluthFlex Fire Hose Pants
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Work pants that are flexible and fleece-lined - now that's what you need to take on winter's worst. Fleece-lined Flex Fire Hose Pants are rugged canvas with 3% spandex for stretch plus a fleece lining that feels like a soft warm, blanket.

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4.3

(based on 38 reviews)

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Warm (14)
  • Comfortable (7)
  • Good size/fit (4)
  • Warm / comfy (4)

Cons

  • Need more colors (3)

Best Uses

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      • No (32), Yes (4)

    Reviewed by 38 customers

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    4.0

    Almost perfect...

    By sheep milker

    from Cazenovia, NY

    Pros

    • Great Fit
    • Not bulky
    • very warm

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Farming

      I bought two pairs of these pants and I've virtually lived in them all winter. I can only wear them with long uderwear, however because the lining of the pockets rub on my legs and its uncomfortable. Its been a cold winter in Central New York so long underwear with these pants has been essential since I work outdoors with sheep and cattle. The size 4 fits me perfectly, I am 5"3 and 130 lbs. The waist sits perfectly on my hips, that's how I like to wear pants...depends on your preference cause some reviews said the waist was too big. Thanks for more great perfect fitting womens pants!

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      3.0

      Warm pants

      By Moltroub

      from Hickory, NC

      Pros

      • Comfy
      • Great For Working Dogs
      • Stop Freezing Wind
      • Warm

      Cons

      • Waist

      Best Uses

      • Anything Standing Up

      Purchased these at end of winter sale last year and have worn them at least once or twice a week this year. We started using vinegar in rinse and it has stopped them from attracting so much lint which is why I quit wearing them end of last winter to work on weekends. I have to have a long shirt tucked in the pants which are tight at first then will loosen up. However, pulling ivy the other day, I was ready to toss them! It feels like I'm showing my crack off to everyone. I don't know the answer...maybe some elastic, maybe make a pair that sits at or above the waist? Yet I love that I can be in 20-40 degree weather and be comfortable. A belt does not keep them tight enough for my bubble butt and usually I have no problems with Duluth pants which is why I keep coming back!

      I would recommend with reservations.

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      3.0

      Wish I loved them!

      By Jennifer

      from Golden, CO

      Pros

      • Flexible
      • nice cut
      • Warm
      • Wind Resistant

      Cons

      • Attracts Hair And Lint
      • Lining Feels Thin
      • Pockets Dig Into Thigh
      • Too stretchy

      Best Uses

      • Casual Weekends
      • WORKING IN THE YARD

      I really wanted to love these pants. I have the unlined cargo pants and they are wonderful. But these have so many issues for me. First, the pockets on the left thigh hit me at my widest place and irritate my legs. It's not painful, just annoying. I am thin (5'8" 120 lbs) and somewhat curvy and the cut of the pants is perfect. Unfortunately, the lining almost feels slick to me - it's hard to describe, but it doesn't feel like other fleece. It has a smoother, thinner, less-brushed effect. Also, the outer material attracts every imaginable bit of lint, cat hair, fuzz, you name it - maybe it's because of the spandex or the FendOff fabric treatment for stains (BTW, why do we need toxic chemicals on our pants?). So, for all those reasons I just don't wear them. It's a shame because it's usually the fit that's so hard to get right. AND these fit me beautifully. I would love a pair with original firehose fabric, brushed fleece, and lower cargo pockets.

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      5.0

      runs a tad big

      By rosie in the woods

      from new brunswick, canada

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Warm

      Cons

      • runs a little big

      Best Uses

      • Forestry Work

      i am from canada and work for the forestry service. i had to come online to find a quality pair of warm work pants and Duluth is where i found them! i'm 5'7 and 125lbs and the size 4 was still a tad big. but all in all, a great pair of pants!

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      5.0

      Super tough pants

      By ginger

      from Hagerstown Md

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • As Avertised Just Great

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Cold Outside Weather

        I'm an archaeologist that works outside to do my daily digging for artifacts. The pants are very warm and dry even in the cold wet Jan. weather. My dad also uses his for skiing and motorcycling. He did have a problem with the inside pockets (no lining) rubbing his thighs to create chafing.

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        4.0

        GREAT!

        By Tricia S

        from Crested Butte, CO

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        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

              I've been looking for flannel or fleece lined pants--that fit--and allow me to forego long underwear. These pants do it! They don't bind at the waist. The move with me (they aren't stiff). They aren't as unattractive as a men's line pant. And front pockets are deep. The only notes: I'd love it if the pant leg were a tad less wide to keep air from wafting up the leg.

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              5.0

              out of the box comfortable!

              By pzazpup

              from NYC and VT

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              Pros

              • High waist
              • No break-in period
              • Warm and cozy lining

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Shoveling
                • Stacking wood
                • Walking Dog

                terrific for sub freezing temps we've been having in the Northeast this January. i need to be able to withstand the weather for long dogwalks and these do the trick. my dog has boots and a coat for long play)sledding sessions in the snow and now I can stay out as long as she wants!:)

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                4.0

                Size Up!

                By Julie

                from New Hampshire

                Pros

                • Rugged
                • Warm

                Cons

                • Tight

                Best Uses

                  Love these pants and I may even stop eating dessert three times a day so I can fit into them. (I would exchange for a bigger size but they are out of stock at the moment.) They are definitely smaller than the same size in unlined Fire Hose pants. Even accounting for the lining. If you are already a fan of Fire Hose pants, I would order one size up from those.

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                  4.0

                  Attending a dog sled race?

                  By Following the mushers

                  from Manitowoc WI

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • available in short length
                  • Comfortable to wear
                  • Easy to maintain
                  • Extra Pockets For Outdoor
                  • Warm In Coldest Weather

                  Cons

                  • Bulky And Somewhat Heavy

                  Best Uses

                  • Extended Time Protection

                  Attending a dog sled race in the upper midwest in the dead of winter can be extremely frigid. I needed a product that would provide safety from frostbite yet be versatile and comfortable. These fleece lined cargo pants fit those requirements. Available in several colors and pant lengths, I was able to choose what worked best for me.

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                  5.0

                  Fleece/Flannel lined Firehose pants

                  By Jen

                  from Chicago, IL

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Cozy
                  • Super warm

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Outdoors In Temps Below 0
                    • Outdoor Winter Hiking
                    • Wear With Snowpants

                    I help students in and out of cars during pick up and drop off times at school, and these pants kept me warm even on the days with wind chill up to -10 degrees! These pants will help anyone survive the crazy weather of Chicago winters!!!

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