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After trying a couple of cheapy trousers years ago I have stayed with snickers floor layers for 5 years. I use them with the snickers 9118 knee pads which have outlived a few pairs of the trousers.
I have 2 questions:
1. Is it worth spending the extra for the 'flexi' floorlayers trousers...
I have been wearing scruffs work trousers. They have the additional 'flappy' pockets and knee pads holders where the knee pad slots in from the top.
The problem is the scruffs trousers dont last very well. On one pair the stitching for a pocket has come apart and also the knee pad pocket wears...
Just wondering what brand of work trousers anyone uses/recommends.
I usually go for scruffs pro but the 2012 version which seemed the best are not available anymore.
Any recommendations would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance. :smile:
New to the forum, so apologies if in the wrong bit.
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