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stean

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Gents,
can anyone recomend a good pair of work trousers that you can put knee protectors in, someone has already recomended the snickers ones are they ant good?

Thanks in advance for any advice.
 
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Guest123

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Hey mate.

Well I been round em all - dickies, snickers, dewalt, Lee cooper!!!!

Personally I'm now a dewalt man as I found the dickies ones kept splitting at the crotch area!!! :p

Cheers.
 
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WarrenG

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I've got some really good caterpiller ones with slot for knee pads (a must!) but its getting close to the time for a change.

Don't know why but they keep shrinking??
 
snickers man myelf have to pairs of them had some cheap knee pads at first but i got some proper snicker ones when i got my second pair and there so comfy and soft
 
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topmanmattgreen

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Dewalt for me mate,same material as snickers but a bit cheaper
 
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ethan

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never had a problem with my dickies.
 
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eskimo39

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Blaklader Heavy Duty trousers are the best I have ever used. All seams are triple stitched and if they ever fail, you just wash them and return them to the dealer who will give you a new pair there and then.

Had a look at Snickers but seem flimsy compared to these.
 

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I went for the snickers as they come in very accurate measurements but also come in winter and summer weight. Knee pads are very comfy but if you don't have them in the knee pockets the trousers look normal. They were the first trousers that I saw that seemed to be engineered as opposed to just stitched together, but I can see this thread being down a lot to personal preference
 
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Anonomoose

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I find the erbauer ones from screwfix are pretty good. cheap but good
 
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skiandy

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I've got the Bosch Workwear ones, found them on ebay they have cordura knees which seem indestructible. :)
 
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