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    Carharrt overalls

    Arctic quilt lining,new never been worn,made for 6 -6'3 tall guys,super warm made for winter use obviously,great for around the farm or mai mai,12oz cotton
    $ 200.-plus freight
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayfly View Post
    Arctic quilt lining,new never been worn,made for 6 -6'3 tall guys,super warm made for winter use obviously,great for around the farm or mai mai,12oz cotton
    $ 200.-plus freight
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    I use Carharrt Shirts from USA (best made in Nicaragua)
    Bloody amazing quality and real cotten
    These be great for Shooter in Chopper - be Deer Blood Red after 1st day but :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    I use Carharrt Shirts from USA (best made in Nicaragua)
    Bloody amazing quality and real cotten
    These be great for Shooter in Chopper - be Deer Blood Red after 1st day but :-)
    Blood comes out in cold water,besides the dirtyier the better,these don't look good when new,got a Dickies jacket that is 20 years old and it gets better and better,the triple stitching on these still holding up,but I rate Carhartt even more!
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    That's what it'll look like in 20 years time,gets better with age and yes was once full of blood also LOL
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    Water proof at all?
    "This is my Flag... Ill only have the one ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    I use Carharrt Shirts from USA (best made in Nicaragua)
    Bloody amazing quality and real cotten
    These be great for Shooter in Chopper - be Deer Blood Red after 1st day but :-)
    Ha!! I Just found my ones going thru the old hangar at Haast today. My old boss won't give them back to me. He locked them along with his late sons gear in a back room.
    He thinks they were his boys but he was 6'4" the fact they were not too big for me didn't convince him

    They are pretty good. Very warm but after a week on venison you are happy the doors are off

    I used to pull them down and tie the arms around my waste when gutting/processing because the cuffs would get covered in blood, go hard and irritate my wrists.

    The legs go rock hard when bloody.

    You never had time to clean them until the load was done.
    My old ones looked like they did a load yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    Ha!! I Just found my ones going thru the old hangar at Haast today. My old boss won't give them back to me. He locked them along with his late sons gear in a back room.
    He thinks they were his boys but he was 6'4" the fact they were not too big for me didn't convince him

    They are pretty good. Very warm but after a week on venison you are happy the doors are off

    I used to pull them down and tie the arms around my waste when gutting/processing because the cuffs would get covered in blood, go hard and irritate my wrists.

    The legs go rock hard when bloody.

    You never had time to clean them until the load was done.
    My old ones looked like they did a load yesterday.

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    Never had time to clean
    A truer word has spoken !!

    Put them pants down to "memorable" :-(
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    Water proof at all?
    Resistant not proof

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    Water proof at all?
    Shit you’d be cuddly in those and they look pink as well!
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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