Reviewed by Candlemaker from Pennsylvania on Friday, March 21, 2014
My husband is a dairy farmer and works in the cold alot. This past winter was especially cold and his other coveralls were ragged. i did buy him a new pair for Christmas from a local stoe but they did not fit him. since it was after the season, I found your website and I order him these to repla...
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Reviewed by MN livin from Minneapolis on Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Nice amount of insulation, not thick. Gift to my brother. He said it will be good for standing around on jobs; would get too hot working hard. (In the UP of MI in winter). But if temp is in the teens it seems like it would be good even with a little exertion for most people.
I got the XL and it fit him good, no wedgie or extra bulk. He is about 5'10" 180 lb, medium build Finnlander.
Reviewed by bikeSLC from Utah on Wednesday, December 17, 2014
I had to unzip these & take off my cap in 30° temps because I was getting too hot. I got a large, but should've went with a medium (5'10" 160lbs), I'm swallowed by the large coveralls. Great to slip on over my clothes & tinker in the garage.
Reviewed by Jenn in VA from Virginia on Sunday, December 14, 2014
This appears to be a nice, well insulated suit but the size is an issue. I bought this for my son as a Christmas gift and luckily had him try it on as soon as it arrived. Unfortunately, it didn't fit. It is made very short in the body (from the crotch to shoulders). When my son went to raise his arms, he said it became extremely tight in the crotch area. My son is 5'10 and weighs 175lbs. I had purchased the large size. Luckily, it will fit my son in law who is about 5'6, so guess what he is getting for X-mas?
Reviewed by Chautauqua from Annapolis, MD on Monday, December 8, 2014
I have used these about 4 times now and still really like them, but I do think I have discovered why they are 2nds. The zipper is poor quality, without ever experiencing a jam several teeth fell off the zipper. I think that eventually they will need a new zipper, but for now I will just hand sew a heavy stitch across the zipper above where the teeth are missing. Fortunately this happened near the bottom of the zipper. Disappointed to have an issue, but still considering the price and how comfortable they are I am going to keep them.
Reviewed by Chautauqua from Annapolis, MD on Tuesday, December 2, 2014
I have used them twice and would have to say that they are indeed very warm. I don't think I could work in them much above 40 degrees without getting very hot and sweaty. They block the wind well and are comfortable. The only thing I would have liked them to have is some sort of cuff or closure at the wrists. Whenever I have worn a long sleeve T-Shirt under them, the cuffs of the shirt end up dirty because the coverall sleeves ride up when you extend your arm. Knit cuff's sewn in the sleeves would be a plus. For the price and performance, they are hard to beat.
No, the legs are not zippered but I have to say, for the money, these have been fantastic. Now, I am a woman, and shorter than I should be for the length of the legs. I bought a Small. But these are warm, comfy, not too bulky, and so easy to slip into and work in. The wind and cold has kicked up here in NY recently, and these have been a great asset to me.
Answered on 11/19/2014 12:06:13 PM by JV from New York
Unfortunately, No. There is a seam on the outside of the legs, so you could add them if you're handy enough.
Answered on 11/19/2014 6:57:01 PM by Eric from Ohio