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    I keep my chainsaw pants all the time, even back at home. It becomes natural.
    It's good for home work too, because it gives you a nice cushion on your legs against all the little scratches and bumps.
    I feel naked in jeans now !

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    Chaps , wore out several pair mfgr. Tilton ... Haven't been able to buy same. "Husky" Chaps got returned unused , Labonville are okay I guess once you cut the threaded part that impedes leg moves. Yet they still lack a pocket .. Next pair I will try to see if Tilton Safety is still in business over in New Hampshire.

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    Inserts in my blue jeans. The inserts come with snaps already on them and for only a few dollars you can buy the female part of the snaps and put them in your jeans. I never liked the bulk of the chaps but I did like that they kept your pants fairly clean.

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    that's interesting, never heard of those, where do you get them?

    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy View Post
    Inserts in my blue jeans. The inserts come with snaps already on them and for only a few dollars you can buy the female part of the snaps and put them in your jeans. I never liked the bulk of the chaps but I did like that they kept your pants fairly clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HortGuy View Post
    that's interesting, never heard of those, where do you get them?
    Once you get on their site click on "catalog". They are on page 27.

    http://www.madsens1.com

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    Thanks Buddy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HortGuy View Post
    Thanks Buddy!
    No problem

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