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Looking for a good pair of work trousers..

Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by Greg, Oct 3, 2018.

  1. Greg

    Greg Full Member

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    That link isn't working for me Billy-o
     
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    Greg .. do an image search on 'Helly Hansen Workwear Chelsea Construction Pant'
     
  3. IanLvt

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    I use Dickies double-knee work pants at a little under $30. Used them for several years of masonry work, and they last a long time. Not sure if they're available in the UK however.
     
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    Dunlop work trousers from sports direct. About £25 I live in mine wear them every day for farm work and they are lasting very well. Dickies also a good brand.
     
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    lidl when they are in. About a tenner had mine for 3 years still using them
     
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    Have you tried the percussion bush trousers ?
    They are fairly robust and waterproof from the knee down and seem to resist brambles etc pretty well when I'm working or just camping in the woods .
    They retail for around £35 but only come in one leg length which states 31 inches but is more like 33 inches .
     

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