Duluth clothing

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  1. DoubleO7

    DoubleO7 Road Train Member

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    I only wear thong underwear, they don't bunch up and make me cranky.
     
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  3. bzinger

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    Come to think of it they have a store on 77th and dodge in omaha .
     
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    If you work outside in the weather they are well worth it. I have been wearing Carharts lined jeans for several years in the winter and they are great. I recently bought one pair of the Insulated Firehose pants to try and they exceed my Carharts by a long way. I probably will be buying several more pair to wear in snow and rain. I normally don’t work on sundays but when I am loading at 4-530 tomorrow I will be glad I brought them on this trip. 680AC572-C079-4E6E-995F-BBD1FC3088C6.png They aren’t cheap but I work outside 2-4 hours a day and I like to stay warm and dry. I have the $22 Wranglers but they don’t come out of the closet this time of the year. I have several pairs of winter coveralls but usually don’t need them with my Insulated Carharts or the Firehose pants.
     
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  6. Redtwin

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    Couple years before I change them out. Once they start looking dingy from stains etc, I buy new ones.
     
  7. Redtwin

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    The cargo pants were in the $70-80 range last time I looked.

    That's just way too much money for workwear when stuff like diesel and fifth wheel grease are constant threats.
     
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  8. lester

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    I'm 6,7 but not quite as thick. Only place I can usually find jeans long enough is bomgaars, which I don't think you have down your way.

    Where do you find clothes that fit?
     
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  9. bzinger

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    Ohhh bomgars ! ...forgot about them .
    Kanesville Blvd in council bluffs .
     
  10. SoulScream84

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    Their barenaked aren't bad, but I'm not overly impressed either. They do make more room for your junk, but at the price I'm not a huge fan. As far as jeans I'm about style and function, so Ariat is my choice.
     
  11. jason6541

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    Just remember a lot of times you get what you pay for. Buy something 2 or 3 times or buy it once and lasts for years. Carhartt stores have good clothes as well.
     
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