Overpants suggestions?


#21

Just finished house #1, went from 35° to 38° in the hour and a quarter I was here. The fleece in the wranglers was superrr nice to have.


#22

Found some Frogg Toggs at Academy, all they had was black, but they worked quite well. I cleaned two vinyl fences with them and no water seepage. I can see them being a bit hot in the summer sun though.


#23

@squidskc this is what has come of my Wranglers. Washed after every job too.


#24

Stop showering in your house wash. Jk that is bad… try gray next time. I’m not having any problems with those


#25

I wore these(blue) for a year. Solid pants. My only complaints is they were kinda baggy. I switched back to dickies straight fit with cargo(for jrods & microfiber)


#26

We wear the Dickies and they hold up great. We wear black and have no issues with bleach staining. Probably going to switch to tan though because black gets dirty fast.


#27

Are the pockets up high like the wranglers or like traditional cargo with pockets down by the knees?


#28

@Steve, what dickies? I use the Walmart Swiss tech but they are going away. They were clearanced out.


#29

By the knees


#30

Damn… I might’ve tried em. I hate stuff banging on my knees in those kind of pants. When we switched to the pants with the pocket up on the front/side of the hip in the Navy it was like winning the lottery.

When I read “by the knees” my body reacted the same as if I’d heard nails on a chalk board


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#32

I wear those in the blue. I’ve gotten straight SH on them and no problems. The tan would get light spots on them.


#33

I’d prefer them higher up as well let me know when you find some


#34

I picked up a couple pair of those wranglers (no fleece in the ones I got: NW780CG). They fit nice and are light and stretchy.Good for climbing up, down and around. They are 95% nylon 5% spandex. Haven’t gotten any mix on them yet but hopefully the tan and the light gray colors hold up.