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Old 01-06-2017, 07:37 AM   #51
 
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I don't change clothes for different things. I go to work in my jeans and come home and grind and weld in the same clothes
Yeah, I might have gone with fire hose pants if you're talking about beating the hell out of them that much.
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You guys have luck with Levi's? They've been complete and udder shit for me. They fit great but the last 6 pairs I've bought fucking belt loops tear off within a week or 2. The corner of the back pockets rip within 2 months. Every pair is made in a different country.

I've been contemplating Wrangler but I'm a Jew and hate buying clothes so have just dealt with having only 2 pairs of jeans with broken belt loops.
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i have pairs that are 3-5 years old that are fine.

i'd warranty them...
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Levis from their site or amazon. Never any issues with them.
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I use Lee Dungerree Carpenter pants for work. I have 6 -7 pairs. They will last me 2-3 years. I usually by them at Farm and Fleet.

Outside of work. I have some Levis, Guess, Hilfiger, Lee Dungerree carpenter pants and a few pairs from Men's Warehouse.
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https://www.allamericanclothing.com

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http://www.gusset.com

I wait for a sale most times and the first place gives rewards money off. I may spend a bit more but at least I'm buying american
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i have pairs that are 3-5 years old that are fine.

i'd warranty them...
They told me to send them in since they have a 2 year warranty. But having it happen on like 6 pairs I feel like I'd just be in a constant circle of mailing jeans in.
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You know what company makes a bad ass tough pair of pants? Carhartt.
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You know what company makes a bad ass tough pair of pants? Carhartt.
Disagree, used to go through tons of their carpenter jeans before finally buying some FireHose pants from Duluth.... couldn't be happier.
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So Duluth makes better pants you think? Link me!

I love my Carhartt pants.
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Yeah the Duluth flexhose pants have been the best work/get shit done pants I've had. And also make comfortable concealed carry pants too since they have a little stretch to them. Definitely worth the money so far.
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So Duluth makes better pants you think? Link me!

I love my Carhartt pants.
Cargo Pants for Men, Work Pants and Carpenter Pants - Duluth Trading

I wear the Duluth FireHose work pants for work, they're basically indestructible so far. DuluthFlex FireHose have some spandex woven in as well that gives the material a little stretch when you crouch or things like that. Both have the crotch gusset though so you're fine with either.

My next purchase might be a pair of their fleece lined versions to see how they stand up to the cold.

I don't know if you're a pocket carry kinda guy, but the pockets in these things are HUGE, I checked my G26 for the hell of it and it dropped in no problem.



Outside of work I wear the Ballroom DuluthFlex Jeans. Same concept, they weave a little spandex into the material and it gives it some stretch. So far they've been great pants.


All my work and outside shirts were lol Carhartt as well and I've been slowly switching over to their longtail T from Duluth, much thicker material, more "heavy duty" than the Carhrtts I've been using. Plus a longer tail so no plumbers crack is nice for the coworkers.

And while people think they're way overpriced, buck naked underwear are worth their weight in gold.
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Duluth crushes Carhartt in every department.. Duluth is what I wear everyday as well. I have every variant of pant they make and not one has dissapointed.
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@Eagle get to the Hoffman Estates Duluth store and enjoy clothing manland. Clothes that are built for the real man. I have been wearing Duluth for the last 6 years.
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Cargo Pants for Men, Work Pants and Carpenter Pants - Duluth Trading

I wear the Duluth FireHose work pants for work, they're basically indestructible so far. DuluthFlex FireHose have some spandex woven in as well that gives the material a little stretch when you crouch or things like that. Both have the crotch gusset though so you're fine with either.

My next purchase might be a pair of their fleece lined versions to see how they stand up to the cold.

I don't know if you're a pocket carry kinda guy, but the pockets in these things are HUGE, I checked my G26 for the hell of it and it dropped in no problem.



Outside of work I wear the Ballroom DuluthFlex Jeans. Same concept, they weave a little spandex into the material and it gives it some stretch. So far they've been great pants.


All my work and outside shirts were lol Carhartt as well and I've been slowly switching over to their longtail T from Duluth, much thicker material, more "heavy duty" than the Carhrtts I've been using. Plus a longer tail so no plumbers crack is nice for the coworkers.

And while people think they're way overpriced, buck naked underwear are worth their weight in gold.
What's the difference between the firehose and ballroom?
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What's the difference between the firehose and ballroom?
Ballroom jeans are that, denim jeans....

FireHose are their work pants and are literally made out of the same material they use for firehoses.

DuluthFlex is when they add spandex to either version to give the material some stretch when crouching.

I believe all pants still have the crotch gusset to give you some more room.

My work pants are the straight FireHose versions, with like 8,000 reviews...

I tried the DuluthFlex Carpenter version and didn't like them as much as the plain cargo FireHose version.
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@Eagle get to the Hoffman Estates Duluth store and enjoy clothing manland. Clothes that are built for the real man. I have been wearing Duluth for the last 6 years.
Bring the wife with you, she'll be shocked at how much the offer for the ladies.
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Work pants worn daily at work:
Men's Fire Hose Work Pants - Duluth Trading

Jeans outside of work:
Men's DuluthFlex Ballroom 5-Pocket Jeans - Duluth Trading

Shirts for both:
Men's Longtail T Short Sleeve T Shirt With Pocket - Duluth Trading
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Bring the wife with you, she'll be shocked at how much the offer for the ladies.
I was surprised how big the woman's section was too
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I ordered the ballroom with flex. Hope they are ok. I didn't see the other on the website. I'll see what happens when they get here

Oh the firehose have the pockets on the side. Good thing I didn't get those....for some reason my wife hate carpenter style jeans. Said she would leave me lol
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It was a bad thing the wife discovered Duluth
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I ordered the ballroom with flex. Hope they are ok. I didn't see the other on the website. I'll see what happens when they get here

Oh the firehose have the pockets on the side. Good thing I didn't get those....for some reason my wife hate carpenter style jeans. Said she would leave me lol
They're more cargo than carpenter, but the come in handy at work for sure.

If you want just traditional looking pants, do a search on the site for 5 pocket, and it'll bring up their regular pants offerings. It's your usual two on the ass, two on the front, then the small pocket inside the right front pocket.

They make them in both FireHose and fleece lined FireHose, but give the regular ones a try first, it just sounds like you're planning on beating the hell outta them so I would've suggested trying FireHose ones first.
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I'm going to start breaking in the wild boar Mocs today, anyone else try them before?
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Yeah, that could get pricey.
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