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  1. #27
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    I don't wear the jeans. unprofessional IMHO

    duluth has the cargo pants
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    Wrangler , I buy them often , I also use carhardt overalls in the winter when its real cold outside they help my knees a little

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachtech View Post
    I don't wear the jeans. unprofessional IMHO
    ditto

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    Joe that's to funny. I'm not alowed to wear my billy pants to work unless I'm at church and weasley downtown lol.

    I miss spelled them joe it's blaklader pants. You can even get a kilt if you please.
    A guy at my new shop has the heavy duty ones wears them 5 days straight for almost 2 years.
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    The blakladders look great but are pricy though I'm sure well worth it. I think I will look into carhart or dickies. I hate being cheap but I've always been unless its a fun toy ha ha. I'd be the homeowner on here who bought a goodman 100k and needed help installing it in my 1000sq house!

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    Pants? It's almost shorts season!

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    Is anyone allowed wearing shorts to work? I see different trades do it but never Hvac

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    Yea. Well I am ... We dress for the weather. I couldn't imagine being on these roofs in pants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    Yea. Well I am ... We dress for the weather. I couldn't imagine being on these roofs in pants.

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    Umm carhart are just as much $. I got the pants ,knee pads and tee shirt for $70 out the door.

    The dickies with double knee can put the knee pads in them. $35+ $20 for knee pads $55 and your pants don't have all the pockets like the blaklader ones do.

    My vote is blaklader spend the $

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchoolMech View Post
    Umm carhart are just as much $. I got the pants ,knee pads and tee shirt for $70 out the door.

    The dickies with double knee can put the knee pads in them. $35+ $20 for knee pads $55 and your pants don't have all the pockets like the blaklader ones do.

    My vote is blaklader spend the $
    That's not to bad, I know carharts are not that cheap either, my Levi's are near 40 and they don't last very long, I must have 6 pair in my closet that are pretty rough.

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    I have worn dickies and like them alot. I currently wear wrangler tech pocket khakis

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    Blue Jeans in the winter, Wearguard uniforms in the summer.

    The Wearguards are not cool, but they are physically cool and do not slow you down like a pair of jeans absorbing sweat.

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