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 Post subject: Dassy workwear
PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:19 pm 
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I hadn't heard of this company until a mate came to help me wearing these trousers.

I'm normally strictly a bib and brace man, but I'm thinking of buying some of these next spring and giving them a whirl over the summer months, when I've got some timber off! [WHITE SMILING FACE] They look very smart.

Bit pricey but nice. Does anyone own any?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dassy-Seattle- ... B00STLT8GO

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I switched from bib and brace to trousers a few years ago. Much more comfortable. I buy Engelbert Strauss. At £56 they're a bit dearer than the trousers you are looking at but worth every penny as I wear them five days a week and they last about two years before they need replacing. I looked at the link above and personally I wouldn't like the baggy-style pockets on those.

On a separate, but related note, nearly three years ago I switched from wearing trainers to wearing proper Clarks shoes. I never go on sites so I don't need safety footwear and the shoes I bought are fantastic as Clarks do wide-fitting which is what I need. Nearly three years later they are still in great shape. At £50 they have been a bargain. I used to buy two pairs of trainers per year.



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These look pretty well made. :salute:

I tend to work in trousers most of the time, but have a set of bib and brace for the slinging days.

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I like my bib and brace for paper hanging. Can't imagine not having a pouch.

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