Carhartt clothing

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  1. stacks

    stacks Road Train Member

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    Any drivers wear carhartt clothing and if so what's the best place to buy Apart from cabelas which is vastly overpriced any other retailers that anyone can reccomend ..
     
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  3. stevemarsh

    stevemarsh Bobtail Member

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    Amazon or Academy.
     
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    ralin10 Bobtail Member

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    Dungarees.net and sierra trading post.
     
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    scythe08 Road Train Member

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    I have bought some from IFA country stores. They were a little cheaper but not by much. It may be best to Google to see if any local stores near you have them and call them
     
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    Diesel Dave Last Few of the OUTLAWS

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    teqntexas Medium Load Member

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    dunno, see i bought several carhartt shirts because i have this tendency to stand up while crawling under trailers during pre-trips. i know, rips in t-shirts should be the last thing i'm worried about while i'm bleeding from gouging myself. worth the money? overall yeah they do hold up better, but prob not necessary if i could just learn to quit standing up while i'm crawling under trailers during my pre-trips.

    now the jackets? i'm sold on. only took one winter delivering weekly to Sheboygan WI for it to prove it's worth. (and if you ever get stuck in a truck with no heat just drop it on the floor beneath your feet to keep your toes from freezing.)

    shopped around and at the time found the best prices @ Amazon.com.

    good luck there Driver.
     
  10. G.Anthony

    G.Anthony Road Train Member

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    Try online at Duluth trading?
     
  11. DenaliDad

    DenaliDad Retired Wheel Dog

    They're sold pretty much everywhere. And their jackets are among the warmest and most durable you can buy.
     
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