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Old 01-15-2012, 11:11 PM   #21
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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.
Schmidt eh…Back in high school I was one of the few that could pull beer because, I had a beard. We drank Schmidt alot, they had cheap 12 packs called “Schmidt Sport Packs” at the time. On this occasion, I was a little looped and we pulled up with our car at an off-sale tavern in Wisconsin. I walked in confidently and said to the bartender, “Gimme a Schmidt Schmort Scmack”. The Bartender paused and said, “Shur, I’ll shell it to you if you show me shom ID” I paused and said, schitt..I left it shomewhere at home” He said, “Shounds like your schhitt out a luck”.... I said, “shur am, sho long". He said, "she ya.”
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For work and such I buy cheap lined hoodies, Carhartt and such look good but I'd ruin it and they cost A LOT more than a no name hoodie.

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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.
Thats what i use, half the price, lasts just as long.
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I bought one of those "real ranch" coats from atwoods,its another knock off carhartt brand. I got it to work in cause i knew that it would get crude oil on it at some point. Damn zipper fell off after a week..the zippers that carhartt uses are heavy and reinforced,i dont ever see them suckers falling off

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Schmidt eh…Back in high school I was one of the few that could pull beer because, I had a beard. We drank Schmidt alot, they had cheap 12 packs called “Schmidt Sport Packs” at the time. On this occasion, I was a little looped and we pulled up with our car at an off-sale tavern in Wisconsin. I walked in confidently and said to the bartender, “Gimme a Schmidt Schmort Scmack”. The Bartender paused and said, “Shur, I’ll shell it to you if you show me shom ID” I paused and said, schitt..I left it shomewhere at home” He said, “Shounds like your schhitt out a luck”.... I said, “shur am, sho long". He said, "she ya.”
Yep, used to drink it too. But it was Schmidts, with an S. We'd also tank up on Fallstaff, PBR, Mickys Big Mouth's, Ballentine, Schlitz, Rhinegold, Genesee Cream Ale, and gods forbid, Old Frothingschloss-"The stale, pale ale with the foam on the bottom". Basicly, as underage drinkers, any cheap azz brand the guy behind the counter would let us buy.
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Yep, used to drink it too. But it was Schmidts, with an S.
Google (images) Schmidt...pulls up Schmidt Milwaukee WI and it pulls up a ton of 'Schmidts' some out of Detroit and Philly and Salem, Oregon.
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Google (images) Schmidt...pulls up Schmidt Milwaukee WI and it pulls up a ton of 'Schmidts' some out of Detroit and Philly and Salem, Oregon.
Well darn, I stand corrected.
Don't have all the brain cells I used to.

Was Schmidts the beer from the "land of the clear blue water"?
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Well darn, I stand corrected.
Don't have all the brain cells I used to.

Was Schmidts the beer from the "land of the clear blue water"?
Hamms....with the drunkin' bear mascot lol!!!
.........wow! that brings me back!
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Yeah, when Levi's closed all their American plants a dozen or so years back, I STOPPED buying their clothes---that's just how I am!

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I bought a dickies winter hat a few months back. It quickly fell apart. I have since bought a carhart hat and it is holding up better.

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