Plastering workwear

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Rhys

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Just bought some Englebert Strausse ES Motion bib'n'brace, pricey but comfy and good quality.
 

SpankySouthport

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i have 3 pairs of work pants with wings lol, one for wet plastering, one for boarding and everything else, one for pricing (spotlessly clean :glare:)

hoodies for every day of the week
 
I have a new sponsor coming on that will be able to sort out some good discounts :) Its just being sorted out as we speak :)

Danny
 

Jace

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thatll be nice my snickers trousers were £120+ i think but they are the bo-locks of a pair of strides ive had them about a year and not a single tear
 

raggles

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So whats wrong with good old fashioned bib and braces i never knock a batch up without them. The pouch on the front is ideal i have 2 pair and they just get hung on the washing line when it's hissing down to get washed :RpS_thumbsup:
 

SpankySouthport

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thatll be nice my snickers trousers were £120+ i think but they are the bo-locks of a pair of strides ive had them about a year and not a single tear

fckin nuts you lad its not a fashion show kidda £120 is ott i pay about 30 notes for mine and the last fine

if i was a spark or joiner then i would do as there wouldnt get full of shite 8 hours a day
 

Jace

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fckin nuts you lad its not a fashion show kidda £120 is ott i pay about 30 notes for mine and the last fine

if i was a spark or joiner then i would do as there wouldnt get full of shite 8 hours a day

no one said it was anything to do with fashion they have extra stitching around all the stress points they have extra layers of cordura1000 on the stress points and over the knees cordura 1000 is alot stronger than normal, ill garantee you they will last alot longer than other pairs of trousers around. like i said they have been goin a year so far and theres not a single fray or cut in them. they way i see it is they will last me years so the money is neither here nor there
 

TonyM

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no one said it was anything to do with fashion they have extra stitching around all the stress points they have extra layers of cordura1000 on the stress points and over the knees cordura 1000 is alot stronger than normal, ill garantee you they will last alot longer than other pairs of trousers around. like i said they have been goin a year so far and theres not a single fray or cut in them. they way i see it is they will last me years so the money is neither here nor there

Have they got an elasticated waistband in case you eat too many pies?
 

DannyN

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fckin nuts you lad its not a fashion show kidda £120 is ott i pay about 30 notes for mine and the last fine

if i was a spark or joiner then i would do as there wouldnt get full of shite 8 hours a day

Hey, I'm Danny N.,

Many work wear will last fairly well, but many also underestimate the comfort side. In my opinion, investing slightly more in good quality work wear will pay off eventually, in a way of improved work effectiveness and maintained health.
 

twitcher

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sweaty bollox is smthg to avoid. Go for breathable fabrics all the time.

trackies make you look like you've just come off jeremy kyle
 

Jace

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cnt stand working in trackies always have proper work trousers or shorts and signed up t shirts, polos, jumpers and hoodys
 

warriorupnorth

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i got smart new black workshirts and polo's the lads got polo and hoodies,they looked dead smart in their all black workwear, should of seen the gaffers face after their first day of applying acrylic #scruffyspreads
 

Rhys

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My mate hard at work..
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Sporting a pair of Englebert Strausse shorts..
 

Arti

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Just wanted to ask opinions on workwear colours. polo's. hoodies etc. I normally get grey as it seemed the best colour for hiding dust etc. but av been thinking about white. Anybody else have white work tops apart from the bib & braces boys @Nisus keeps nagging me to get Teal like his but it doesnt bring out the colour in my eyes very well.

Didnt wannna start a new thread and was wondering if @Danny had sorted the workwear sponsor he mentioned in an earlier post..........:RpS_sneaky:
 
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beddy

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I used to have grey then when I needed new i got white polo's and regretted it within a few weeks. stick to grey imo
 
Still working on a work wear company.... the company that do my shirts are good snd affordable but soooo slow
 

Arti

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Grey polos, grey scruff trousers and tan scruffs boots. This should be in G** section
@stuart23 this whole forum is the G** section..............................plastering is G**.................just ask nick..............:RpS_thumbsup:

Maybe white polo's are only for No Drop Jace..............................:RpS_thumbdn:
 
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