Reviewed by Stantdm from Wester South Dakota on Tuesday, December 10, 2013
I bought these to carry in my truck during the winter months in case I need a pair. They fit well and canvas material is tough enough. The zippers on each leg only come to mid calf but still make them pretty easy to put on over work boots. Well worth the money.
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Reviewed by Savvoy shopper from Minnesota on Thursday, January 02, 2014
My Dad 66yrs 5'10" 240lbs would normally wear XL but we ordered 2XL for layering.
*The front has a very heavy duty double zipper (unzips from both top & bottom) that's large and glides easily.
*The elastic straps are nice and wide and don't pinch with movement.
*The closures are easy & straight forward no having to mess around with them.
*The length was good.
*The fabric is what you'd expect very durable.
*The boot zippers are same quality as front one but the downfall is that it does not go up higher on the leg. I guess there about 12 inches long.
I also ordered the Lakin McKey Duck Jacket - Hooded, Insulated For Men in Dark khaki for my Dad (Item #6291M) it matched very well, only being 1 shade off & hardly noticeable though.
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It is customary to wear them over your regular pants. I bought a pair of these before Christmas and have used them quite a bit, over my normal farm wear which is either blue jeans or bib overalls.
Answered on 1/24/2014 2:36:11 PM by Stantdm from South Dakota
Your obviously not from the North & normally I would think this was a joke, but then realize some folks just don't know.
So to set yah straight on how were do it round here:
First off no, there not worn alone. Heaven what you going to do when it gets warm in the fish house & the other fella start to un layer? That'd be a situation!
My Dad likes to keep it simple and just wear his jeans under them. Plus now he & the boys got a new heater for the ice house this year.
Now some fellas I know wear long john's or base layer as I see it now days called, then keep layering from there with jeans then their overalls.
Hence forth the name "overalls" Fun hugh?
I hope this was a bit helpful for you & if you have moe questions just send em this way.
Answered on 1/25/2014 9:14:37 AM by Savvoy shopper from International Falls, Minnesota