Anyone like Duluth Trading Co. clothing?

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  1. cowboy1964

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    Thinking of ordering some outerwear.
     
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    I bought a pair of "Wild Boar Mocs."
    I'm happy with em.
     

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    They email me everyday........
     
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    Tried a couple items and pleased. Bought the Shoreman's Windproof Fleece Jacket and it is great for cold weather.
     
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    Their No B.S. No-Iron shirts are outstanding. I wear them for work. Really sharp, durable and never wrinkle.

    The firehose pants are as good as advertised too.
     
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    Big fan of their underwear. After I tried one pair, I made the complete conversion.
     
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    I use only DTC drawers, Tshirts, and duluthflex workpants.
    Worth every dime.

    dan
     
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    I tried their underwear and have made the switch too.

    I have a firehose jacket and don't get the chance to wear it too much and just got a fleece jacket type thing from them I will try this winter. It was on a good sale because it is mustard yellow

    may look funny but should be warm
     
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    I'm a big and tall guy myself and their T-shirts and polo's are top notch. Really excellent quality.

    I always look at them first when I need clothes.
     
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    I like their long tail shirts. A bit thick for hot summers here, but in fall they excel as ccw cover garments.
     
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    Alright, I just ordered some drawers and a couple flannel shirts so I could get the 20% off with orders over $100.

    It was my first time buying from them.
     
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    That's exactly where I'm at too. Love the quality, will replace what I wear out with Duluth.
     
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    Yup their quality is good and the sizes run true.
     
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    Always intrigued by the fire hose canvas. But haven't purchased anything yet.
     
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    _Stick,

    the firehose canvas pants are kinda mission specific.
    The full-on firehose pants are thick, heavy, and trap heat.
    The Duluthflex is way lighter, and cooler, and has a spandex weave that makes them incredibly comfortable.
    I install cables in attics in Central Florida, so the Duluthflex cargo pants are all I wear. Hunt in South Georgia, and the full-on pants work great by themselves in cooler weather, and over some UA coldgear in cold weather.
    The real beauty of the Duluthflex, is the cargo pockets aren't bloused, so they don't appear all 5.11ish and tacticool. Which is nice, cause I've taken to wearing them instead of jeans casually.

    dan
     
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    Dammit, now it want to go buy more stuff......

    Thanks ahole! :fist:
     
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    -250,
    my bad.

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    Never bought their stuff but love the commercials......lol
     
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