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Old 01-15-2012, 03:35 PM   #11
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Carhart is the way to go,
I got a shirt for christmas this year, they labeled the size wrong so I called them up to get a replacement sent.
They sent a new shirt out before they even had my old one back.
Great customer service in my opinion and the work wear lasts.

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Carhart is the way to go,
I got a shirt for christmas this year, they labeled the size wrong so I called them up to get a replacement sent.
They sent a new shirt out before they even had my old one back.
Great customer service in my opinion and the work wear lasts.
+100 Carhartt all the way!
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Old 01-15-2012, 06:17 PM   #14
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I can almost guarantee you if you buy Carhartt you may never need to buy another set of winter wear again. So what if they get dirty?
Agree 100%, i used to be guilty of wanting to buy carhartt but just not wanting to pay the extra money. I finally broke down and bought a carhartt coat and i WILL NEVER buy another brand. I love my coat and never get cold no matter how cold it is. I wear it as my good everyday coat, it conceals my 1911 very well. I also have a pair of carhartt over-alls,they are my working attire.
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Old 01-15-2012, 06:22 PM   #15
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I have a Walls jacket, its a knock off of carhartt. Looks identical, very warm and cozy, extremely durable, I've had it since 06 worn it to work in steel mills, auto shops, and pipelines. Cost $40 at walmart.

First civilian coat I bought after leaving the service as a matter of fact.

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Carhartts really are worth the money,I work for an electrical contractor on the commercial/industrial side and we do a lot of plant maintenance... that means crawling on top of buss ducts,cutting/threading pipe,carrying heavy things around and such and my carhartts have held up better than any other work clothes I have.

I have heard great things about Duluth trading workwear though,of all the tradesmen I work with... if they don't swear by carhartt they swear by Duluth stuff. I've been meaning to get on their website and order some of their work pants

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Carhartts really are worth the money,I work for an electrical contractor on the commercial/industrial side and we do a lot of plant maintenance... that means crawling on top of buss ducts,cutting/threading pipe,carrying heavy things around and such and my carhartts have held up better than any other work clothes I have.

I have heard great things about Duluth trading workwear though,of all the tradesmen I work with... if they don't swear by carhartt they swear by Duluth stuff. I've been meaning to get on their website and order some of their work pants
Ive seen the duluth commercials and been wondering about their stuff. Are you gonna get the firehose work pants that the angry beavers cant bite through? :-)
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Ive seen the duluth commercials and been wondering about their stuff. Are you gonna get the firehose work pants that the angry beavers cant bite through? :-)
Lol from What it looks like the fire hose material is their take on canvas,kind of like carhartt and redhead call it duck fibre. So like carharrt and theur duck material,its all pretty much some variation of the fire hose stuff.

But yes I will,the commercial makes me giggle lol
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I always wondered why my pants quacked every time i bent over

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A good alternative to Carhartt is Schmidt. I believe it's Tractor Supply's house brand. Good wearing, fit, and a lot less expensive than Carhartt.

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