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    The best pants I have owned.

    I have been givin Carhartts at work for free for my work uniform for the past 31 years, so I ordered the Men's Fire Hose Work Pants - Duluth Trading and this is the kick ass pants I have ever had.
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    I've had a pair of these for years, they are one step above Carhartt for sure!

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    I thought about giving these a try. At 60 a pair, I hope they are worth it!


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    Those look great, just missing one thing, buttons for suspenders. As I like to wear my pants a bit loose for ventilation, suspenders are a must.

    Take a look at "tin pants". For fellows working the cold wet months of winter here in the NW, these are the ones. Personally I never used a pair as I spent most of my time in machinery, just a few years felling and working with cable systems for yarding logs. So glad to get away from the logging experience.
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    Good looking pants, but they could have just SAID they have a gusseted crotch. Could have done without the photo!!

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    The last thing on the list of Key Features is "Imported". Imported from where?

    Size wise how do they compare to Wranglers? If you wear a 32-30 Wrangler would you also wear a 32-30 Duluth?
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    Nice to see the size 35 waist,the other manufacturers must be skimping on fabric, the 34's are getting snug these days... But I really don't want to move up to a 36. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by elime View Post
    The last thing on the list of Key Features is "Imported". Imported from where?

    Size wise how do they compare to Wranglers? If you wear a 32-30 Wrangler would you also wear a 32-30 Duluth?
    I never asked them where... I ordered my regular jeans size and they fir true to the sizing of Wranglers and Carhartt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plumbstraight View Post
    Those look great, just missing one thing, buttons for suspenders. As I like to wear my pants a bit loose for ventilation, suspenders are a must.

    Take a look at "tin pants". For fellows working the cold wet months of winter here in the NW, these are the ones. Personally I never used a pair as I spent most of my time in machinery, just a few years felling and working with cable systems for yarding logs. So glad to get away from the logging experience.
    They sell the buttons. One side is a threaded stud, the other side is the button. You attach them where ever you need to put your buttons.
    they come in antique gold or silver
    8 of them are $6 or so. And you can move them to other pants if these wear out.

    [url]http://www.duluthtrading.com/store/product/antique-gold-buttons-91150.aspx?kw=suspender%20buttons&processor=conten t[/img]

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    But they aint got the 'lastic at the top. I need the 'lastic.
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