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Walls Vs. Carhartt (review...sorta)

Discussion in 'RC-Help Lounge' started by bigone5500, Jan 1, 2019.

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  1. bigone5500

    bigone5500 Well-Known Member

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    So for years I have threatened to get one of those jackets from walmart branded Walls. I have wanted one for work as I work outside 99% of the time. My sister gave me a carhartt coat which is sorta big on me but alas does fit. I have worn it a few times and although it's a good jacket, I don't want to wear it to work in. So I bought a Walls hooded coat yesterday. It's labeled 12 oz. cotton duck, whatever that means. I didn't know ducks were made of cotton... The quality is just about as good as a carhartt and just as warm. The carhartt I have is retailed at about $110 and the walls sold for $53. I think later I may go back and get a set of the overalls they have and complete the set.
     


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    I should really get a new coat. I don't have one right now....
     
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    The thing you'll find about Carhartt is that the clothing for the most part is super rugged and will withstand any abuse you throw at it. I will admit not all of their products are tank tough, for I have destroyed a pair of ripstop pants of theirs in about 4 months. Yes They are deteriorating and my giblets are no longer private when I wear them.

    You have to make sure you are getting the work cloths stuff and not the everyday wear stuff. I am so glad I got the pants at Gabriel Bros and paid over half price for them.
     
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