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Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God !

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redtom

12-02-2012 10:39:12




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I have been searching for insulated coveralls for my 12 yr old so he has proper work clothes. I have been to two TSC's (joke), Meijer, Kmart, Sprawlmart(joke), Gander Mtn, Dunhams, Norman's and Sears(I know, it was long shot), oh, and thrift shops. Hardly any mens, let alone youth. I really don't want bibs cuz then we need a coat too, =$. I would buy online since I have a little paypal money saved up but thoguht I could find some in a store to try on. I prefer Walls since they're cheaper and he's just gonna outgrow them so I really don't need Carhart, but at this point I'm deperate. Any tips?

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Bus Driver

12-03-2012 05:17:33




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
Check out Pointer Brand online.



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SweetFeet

12-03-2012 04:13:55




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
redtom,

Just a thought, but you may like the bib/coat combination if you try them (refering to the heavy canvas type).

My husband always used to buy one piece insulated coverals. One year needed a pair later in the season... sold out of his size so he had to go with bibs and coat. Now says he wishes he had made the switch years sooner.

He said it is really nice when you get a sunny winter day, to be able to take off the heavy coat and just have your sweatshirt and the bibs on.

Also nice for kids because one can adjust the bibs for length as the boy grows. So he may be able to wear them 2 seasons or more, depending on how much he grows.

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ohiojeff

12-02-2012 17:42:07




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
I went to Cabelas in Wheeling,WV.today,they have everything imaginable.There were plenty of coveralls in the bargain cave.



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redtom

12-02-2012 18:34:58




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to ohiojeff, 12-02-2012 17:42:07  
1 1/2 hr drive to our Cabella's. I guess that's my only option.



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ohiojeff

12-03-2012 04:58:53




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 18:34:58  
I drove 2hrs. well worth the trip!



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Fullers Farmalls

12-02-2012 16:22:37




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
Try Cabelas. You might pay more but they sometimes have them there. Also go to a store and look at the Bargin Cave



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Notjustair

12-02-2012 15:21:56




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
I buy all of mine at orscheln farm and home. They are a regional thing here (Kansas) but you can do online. They are a true farm store. I won't shop at a TSC, might as well be Wally World.



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twostepn2001

12-02-2012 15:01:15




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
Tried Walls outlet online?



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Bret4207

12-02-2012 14:45:52




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
Do you have and surplus stores near you? I got fed up with paying $75.00 or more for a Carhartt or Walls coat that would be trash by the end of winter. I went to a surplus store and bought a Swedish military coat for $17.00 that's as good as a Carhartt. Only bad thing is the zipper is backwards like on a ladys coat. They also had bibs and overalls there for similar prices. You can get them on line too.

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tractorfixer1

12-02-2012 14:44:44




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
might try walmart on line



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scotc

12-02-2012 12:22:58




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
Thought I'd get some warmer stuff for this winter.

Yeah, right.

I guess guys my size are supposed to sit in front of the TV all day, and never venture outside.



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showcrop

12-02-2012 11:06:43




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
Aren't kids and overalls mutually exclusive? How would you get them down around your butt with your underwear showing with em suspended over your shoulders?



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Puddles

12-02-2012 11:16:54




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to showcrop, 12-02-2012 11:06:43  
showcrop I went to the grocery store yesterday, as I was walking up to the front of the store, a kid about 25-years old jumped out of his SUV right in front of me. Thank God he had underwear on or I would have got a bird's eye view of his whole a$$. What are they thinking?![URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/38/thomg.gif/][/URL]



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Stick welding

12-02-2012 12:23:46




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to Puddles, 12-02-2012 11:16:54  
I saw the same thing a few weeks ago. I don't how the guy walked. He had his belt tightly strapped around his LEGS.



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The tractor vet

12-02-2012 10:54:31




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to redtom, 12-02-2012 10:39:12  
Good luck finding anything related to WORK . since not many do it anymore. I have been looking for heavy weight flannels shrit FOR ME and also good SOFT heavy weight insulated underware tops with the flease lining like they USE TO MAKE by JP Morgan and shirts like Five Bros. USE to make , it just ain't happening . And Carharts are going down the tubes also , made in Mexico or some other place , not near as warm as there OLD stuff and cheaper made.

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trac1

12-02-2012 19:29:13




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to The tractor vet, 12-02-2012 10:54:31  
Duluth Trading
http://www.duluthtrading.com/



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TGIN

12-02-2012 16:35:31




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to The tractor vet, 12-02-2012 10:54:31  
Hey Vet , I go to Pennys after Xmas and they will have there flannels on sale . They are St johns bay , a nice heavy shirt that list for about $40 and you can get them for $10 or $15 .



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The tractor vet

12-02-2012 17:02:08




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to TGIN, 12-02-2012 16:35:31  
I have a couple of them and they are about half the weight as what the old Five Bros. were .



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S2710

12-02-2012 12:37:51




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 Re: Kids Walls brand coveralls, Oh my God ! in reply to The tractor vet, 12-02-2012 10:54:31  
Vet a few years ago I was at Gander Mt. and they had heavy flannls on sale. They were labled Guide Service. I bought a half a dozen and I wear them for a jacket. They are good heavy shirts.

Bob



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