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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by cowboy1964, Sep 21, 2015.
Alleged store coming my way. At least I could try on stuff first.
Shoes that hide my butt crack?
I just got a grab jacket on sale for $59. It may be my favorite jacket now, much warmer than it looks like it should be. I also started wearing their socks and I am not a fan of thick, hot socks, these seem to breath well and do not make my feet sweat. Like Magpul, nothing of theirs has disappointed me yet
Buck Naked Boxers with button closure - to keep your horse in the barn
Sure hope we get a store here in NE Ohio some day.
I am talking like 12" too long.
I understand the concept......
Yet another GT imposter rears his head. Lol
That would be chest waders. I was speaking of long shirts.
One day sell on flannels 40% off. Code word Cider
I received the "burly" weigh flannel. I wouldn't even call it "flannel", it's just flat cotton. Not all that burly, either.
I haven't bought their stuff for a long time. (and I have a bunch of it) Each time the price goes up and the quality goes down.
I'd better get more socks before they wreck those too.
I've been disappointed about their quality changes. In the past, I've purchased a few DT long tail long sleeve pocket tees and and the shoremans hooded fleece jacket. The shirt's material was thick and heavy and perfect for fall through spring. I just purchased another one just a month ago and the material is noticeably thinner. The shoreman's jacket is very nice. The outside of the hood and tops of the shoulders are covered with a slick nylon making them water resistant and the same nylon is on panels that cover the elbow and runs down to the sleeve cuff, perfect for resisting wear in these areas. But I recently purchased the same jacket in a gray color for the same price as the blue jacket I purchased a year or so ago and now these nylon areas are gone, exposing the fleece areas on the outer shell of the hood and the shoulders to rain and snow, and the elbows to accelerated wear. Also the fleece material feels a bit different.
I just bought a pair of jeans from them. They are how I remember jeans as a kid. They are thick and stiff and heavy. The waistband and pockets are lined with their firehose material.
They're running 20% off and free shipping over $75. Just ordered in a fleece jacket. http://www.duluthtrading.com/store/42817.aspx
I bought this jacket the other day.
It haven't been cold enough to rate it yet but it appears nice.
I probably should have gone that route. The one I bought is going to be a cat fur magnet in comparison.
It's funny though. The average person will never know the value of a $100 jacket. You don't get but so cold in an office or sitting on your couch.
I like their stuff!
Just more of your furry friends presents to remind you of them.
Everything I've ordered from Duluth Trading has been exceptionally high quality and *very* durable. Their 100% cotton t-shirts are very comfortable, especially in hot weather, and I love their extra-long shirt tail.
I also enjoy their sweat pants - much heavier material than other brands and they are unusually comfortable.
Although their prices are higher than the big box discount stores, their products outlast the cheap stuff by a large ratio, so I believe they are effectively cheaper per year of use. Quality still matters, as evidenced by everything I have bought from them.
I have never had any issues with using their sizing charts, so I don't worry about fit.
I have a few pairs of their flex fit shorts,best shorts I've ever wore.