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Carhartt Men's Duck Bib Overalls: Zip-to-Thigh Bib Quilt Lined Overall $36, Duck Bib Unlined Overall EXPIRED

NewCents 180 February 19, 2012 at 06:40 AM in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (3) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 02-19-2012 at 10:55 AM View Original Post
Sears has Carhartt Men's Duck Bib Overalls (Quilt Lined and Unlined) on sale. Save an extra 15% off with code STYLE15. Shipping starts at $5.55 or choose free ship to store (Discount applied on Shipping Page after ship to store selected). Thanks NewCents

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Edited February 20, 2012 at 12:59 PM by widgit
Sears has the Carhart Lined Bibs [sears.com] in black for $36m

Be sure to select size then check both brown and black before giving up. Some sizes are OOS in black but not brown and the brown are showing $36 as well (most sizes)

Unlined Bibs in black [sears.com]for $28

Free ship over $49 with code FASHION

Shopdiscover for another 5%

some other deals on Carhart for big sizes e.g. XL tall, sandstone this coat [sears.com] for $34, but size and color have to be right for the price

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How does this brand always find it's way on to the FP? I bought a pair of their jeans based on people's reviews about the quality. Apart from being hideous looking, they weren't anything to write home about. They look like the sort of clothes that one would find on sale at Sears, if you know what I mean.


These are WORK clothes... if you know anything about the brand in which you have purchased this post would have not came about. However the hypocritical nature of your post is almost laughable so let me focus and make my point:

1) How does this brand always find it's way on to the FP? I bought a pair of their jeans based on people's reviews about the quality.

This brand makes it to the Front Page of Slickdeals.net because of their quality and lifetime they will be in service. They are Carhartt's and that being said they will last for years. This pair of bibs my co-worker wears has been a work bib since 2006.. That is 8, count it EIGHT years! Mine do not last that long, he has worn one pair of this brand and style (same exact ones) for over 7 years each winter... That is why they make the Front Page regularly

2)Apart from being hideous looking, they weren't anything to write home about. They look like the sort of clothes that one would find on sale at Sears, if you know what I mean.

Obviously you do not do work that requires this type of clothing for a living. If you payed your mortgage by being a skilled craftsman that works in any and all weather to keep people such as yourself comfortable by ensuring gas and electricity, these "critical" services (which if you did not have electricity you would deem it to be a critical service however such as myself we often take it for granted) and with that being said clothing such as this has no value to it's looks. The value of Carhartt clothing is it's warmth and weather resistance. Both of which make it hospitable to restore your electricity after a storm which generated a flood of snow bringing down the power lines.

So, in conclusion, please don't chastise Carhartt for not making clothing appealing to the designers eye because every function incorporated to this clothing company stems from keeping humans comfortable in the elements and that is a noble feat at the least. You will find nothing as durable, weather resistant, and comfortable as a Carhartt garment.

Thanks for reading!! Have a nice day.
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#33
Thanks OP ! I've been looking for a deal on a Carhartt jacket and this is a great deal. Used the 15% off code for a total of $38 shipped. This jacket is $80 or more everywhere else.
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Link? I need filler or a better sales code for under $50. The laundry detergent on FP is a good one.
Here you go!

LINK [sears.com]
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#35
Awesome Deal. Just bought the jacket XL Tall for $20 due to 15% coupon, and $15 gift card from Christmas cancellation. This is a $110 retail jacket ($100 @ amazon for this size). Thanks and repped
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How does this brand always find it's way on to the FP? I bought a pair of their jeans based on people's reviews about the quality. Apart from being hideous looking, they weren't anything to write home about. They look like the sort of clothes that one would find on sale at Sears, if you know what I mean.

Here is a pair for you. I'm guessing you would find these non hideous. Little steep at $176. I do find them a little hideous and girlie personally, if you know what I mean. I might have to get a pair though as I wouldn't want to be out of fashion on the jobsite. Anything for latest fashion I guess. Got to be with the cool crowd you know. Hope they last more than a day.

Seriously, I'd focus on maybe fixing your own hideous personality. Worrying about hideous jeans may go away. You need some help.
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#37
Oh man! If only the unlined overalls in brown were on sale.. They'd be perfect for an Usopp cosplay! Dang it!! >.<

-gok
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#38
I wanted a pair of the dark browns also! OOS Smilie
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Here is a pair for you. I'm guessing you would find these non hideous. Little steep at $176. I do find them a little hideous and girlie personally, if you know what I mean. I might have to get a pair though as I wouldn't want to be out of fashion on the jobsite. Anything for latest fashion I guess. Got to be with the cool crowd you know. Hope they last more than a day.

Seriously, I'd focus on maybe fixing your own hideous personality. Worrying about hideous jeans may go away. You need some help.

Wow, so you are making the implication that because I don't like this one particular brand, that I must have a hideous personality?
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Quote from arsenicx View Post :

These are WORK clothes... if you know anything about the brand in which you have purchased this post would have not came about. However the hypocritical nature of your post is almost laughable so let me focus and make my point:

1) How does this brand always find it's way on to the FP? I bought a pair of their jeans based on people's reviews about the quality.

This brand makes it to the Front Page of Slickdeals.net because of their quality and lifetime they will be in service. They are Carhartt's and that being said they will last for years. This pair of bibs my co-worker wears has been a work bib since 2006.. That is 8, count it EIGHT years! Mine do not last that long, he has worn one pair of this brand and style (same exact ones) for over 7 years each winter... That is why they make the Front Page regularly

2)Apart from being hideous looking, they weren't anything to write home about. They look like the sort of clothes that one would find on sale at Sears, if you know what I mean.

Obviously you do not do work that requires this type of clothing for a living. If you payed your mortgage by being a skilled craftsman that works in any and all weather to keep people such as yourself comfortable by ensuring gas and electricity, these "critical" services (which if you did not have electricity you would deem it to be a critical service however such as myself we often take it for granted) and with that being said clothing such as this has no value to it's looks. The value of Carhartt clothing is it's warmth and weather resistance. Both of which make it hospitable to restore your electricity after a storm which generated a flood of snow bringing down the power lines.

So, in conclusion, please don't chastise Carhartt for not making clothing appealing to the designers eye because every function incorporated to this clothing company stems from keeping humans comfortable in the elements and that is a noble feat at the least. You will find nothing as durable, weather resistant, and comfortable as a Carhartt garment.

Thanks for reading!! Have a nice day.
As I stated, I disagree with the popular notion that "You will find nothing as durable, weather resistant, and comfortable as a Carhartt garment." IN MY EXPERIENCE, I've found the quality to be inferior and overpriced. An expensive jacket that was given to me as a gift lasted only about a year before the zippers and seams began to fail. If you read up on the brand, they have been outsourcing many of their garments in recent years in an effort to keep down costs. That has begun to show in the quality. My father, a 45 year railroad worker, swears by the brand, but even he has noticed a deterioration in quality.

I happen to pay my mortgage through my employment as an active duty member of the United States military who has deployed to Iraq (2 x 12 months) and Afghanistan. I appreciate and respect the value of dependable gear more than anyone. Furthermore, your thinly veiled assertion that my dislike of this brand comes from having no knowledge of the demands of physical labor is uninformed and insulting. While leaping to conclusions can be fun on the internet, in real life it can be far more dangerous. I hope you practice more caution outside of the safe confines of the interwebs.

Have a nice day!
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How does this brand always find it's way on to the FP? I bought a pair of their jeans based on people's reviews about the quality. Apart from being hideous looking, they weren't anything to write home about. They look like the sort of clothes that one would find on sale at Sears, if you know what I mean.
Quote from DonV1962 View Post :
Here is a pair for you. I'm guessing you would find these non hideous. Little steep at $176. I do find them a little hideous and girlie personally, if you know what I mean. I might have to get a pair though as I wouldn't want to be out of fashion on the jobsite. Anything for latest fashion I guess. Got to be with the cool crowd you know. Hope they last more than a day.

Seriously, I'd focus on maybe fixing your own hideous personality. Worrying about hideous jeans may go away. You need some help.
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Wow, so you are making the implication that because I don't like this one particular brand, that I must have a hideous personality?
No, your dislike of the jeans has little to do with my conclusion.

Your personality shines through more in the other points you made in your post.

First you're off topic this is a thread for overalls. Did you bring any relevant information about Carhartt overalls to the conversation? No, you just rudely jumped in to let it be known that you find the type of jeans that people get from Sears hideous. Hideous behavior in my book. From all the reviews I have read on Carhart overalls they seem very well rated and liked. No one cares for your opinion on what jeans you like or dislike or find to look hideous.

You obviously have the notion of hideous jeans others wear in your head and and a looking down upon anyone that shops at Sears that would wear such a hideous item. That was the main point of your post. I find that thought process you obviously have and want to be let known to others hideous. Weird thoughts to fill your day with.

Now with you latest post, you are going to bring in your military service into the discussion in some way to defend your behavior and condescending attitude. You also bring in the point that that you know a working man, your father, I guess to imply that how could you look down on them and their hideous jeans when I know one. Then we get a veiled threat that if this was a face to face discussion it could be dangerous in some way. I'm guessing physical violence from you if anyone would irritate you or say something you find disagreeable.

All this backs up my first conclusion as to your personality. Hideous may be a strong word to be bandied around. I guess, to be tactful, I should say you have some serious character flaws that may need some work.

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While leaping to conclusions can be fun on the internet, in real life it can be far more dangerous. I hope you practice more caution outside of the safe confines of the interwebs
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Take your own advice. Would you have walked up to a group of people and let it be known that the type of jeans they were wearing you find hideous and that "they appear to be something bought at Sears if you know what I mean"? Could be a little dangerous, I guess. Sure not a way to make friends.

Quit digging, chill out and take some time and think about what you are thinking before you say it out loud. It can be dangerous.
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Thanks OP. Got a pair of the black quilt lined overalls for ~$35 shipped.
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#43
Nice find OP!!
Thumbed and repped for a nice Carhartt find, THANKS!
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No, your dislike of the jeans has little to do with my conclusion.

...Quit digging, chill out and take some time and think about what you are thinking before you say it out loud. It can be dangerous.
First, I admit that my comment had nothing to do with the overalls. Another person had posted about the jeans previously and my comment was directed toward them. My apologies for not replying directly to that person.

That being said, I stand by my comments on the declining quality and their relevance to the product at hand. My mention of my father was not to somehow give myself more credibility by "knowing a working man", but to share the opinion of a long time (30+ years) user of these products.

My mention of my military service was merely to demonstrate that I was not an elitist, condescending white collar worker who could not appreciate craftsmanship in dependable, working clothing, as was implied. Nor was there any threat of violence, only a word of caution against making assumptions on first appearances.

You are absolutely correct, I would never walk up to someone on the street and tell them their attire was hideous. The key difference here is that this is a forum for discussing the merits of products and their value.

Clearly, your objection comes not from my criticism of Cartharrt's quality, but of their aesthetics. This is a valid point, but I hardly think you are the arbiter of what people should consider important when considering their purchases. I find that far more condescending and presumptuous than any comment I made.

Somehow I have a feeling that if I had made the statement that I find the layout of the iPad's homescreen to be hideous that we would not be having this conversation. Obviously, people are a bit more sensitive about their clothing choices and an attack on working clothing somehow became an attack on the working class.

I hate NASCAR, too. I guess that means I am some sort of intellectual commie, huh?
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First, I admit that my comment had nothing to do with the overalls. Another person had posted about the jeans previously and my comment was directed toward them. My apologies for not replying directly to that person.

That being said, I stand by my comments on the declining quality and their relevance to the product at hand. My mention of my father was not to somehow give myself more credibility by "knowing a working man", but to share the opinion of a long time (30+ years) user of these products.

My mention of my military service was merely to demonstrate that I was not an elitist, condescending white collar worker who could not appreciate craftsmanship in dependable, working clothing, as was implied. Nor was there any threat of violence, only a word of caution against making assumptions on first appearances.

You are absolutely correct, I would never walk up to someone on the street and tell them their attire was hideous. The key difference here is that this is a forum for discussing the merits of products and their value.

Clearly, your objection comes not from my criticism of Cartharrt's quality, but of their aesthetics. This is a valid point, but I hardly think you are the arbiter of what people should consider important when considering their purchases. I find that far more condescending and presumptuous than any comment I made.

Somehow I have a feeling that if I had made the statement that I find the layout of the iPad's homescreen to be hideous that we would not be having this conversation. Obviously, people are a bit more sensitive about their clothing choices and an attack on working clothing somehow became an attack on the working class.

I hate NASCAR, too. I guess that means I am some sort of intellectual commie, huh?
Let's look at your original post shall we. Not the following ones where you attempt to smokescreen your original comments.
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How does this brand always find it's way on to the FP?
Not directed as a reply to someone's earlier comments about jeans. Just to express your irritation and displeasure that these products you find so hideous could make it to FP.
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Apart from being hideous looking, they weren't anything to write home about.
I see no merits or value of any of the products in thread discussed. Just your snotty personal opinion as to what you consider hideous. Just about your emotions and nothing helpful at all. BTW What the hell kind of guy uses hideous to discuss clothes? You may be watching to much HGTV or maybe fashion shows.
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They look like the sort of clothes that one would find on sale at Sears, if you know what I mean.
Brings nothing to the conversation. What do you mean by "you know what I mean". I really don't know. Care to fill us in.

Nothing in all that. No facts and no links to a better deal or comparable product. Nothing. BTW are you ever going to post a deal here at SD or just make snotty comments in threads that others have taken the time and effort to share.

Oh the irony!
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but I hardly think you are the arbiter of what people should consider important when considering their purchases
You put yourself as arbiter, that they not be Carhartt, you not find them hideous, or they come from Sears. I can tell you one thing that people should not consider when making a purchase, your opinion.

You came across loud and clear and expressed your gut feelings well. That's what I have a problem with. All the following chatter has been some lame attempt to rationalize your gut feelings to yourself and others that have seen them and put those feelings and yourself in better light.

I was here to just get a cheap pair of coveralls, that I'm going to tear up at work. At this price if they last a year or two, it will still be a deal. I just called BS and rudeness where I saw it.

I'm still LMAO! - I can't be a snob, I know working people, my dad is one. Hope you can screen yourself from having to be seen with him in his hideous jeans. God forbid I hope he doesn't shop at Sears, you must be so ashamed.

I'm done now. You can reply back and defend yourself more but you will get no further comment from me. It's all here for everyone to see and make their own judgement.
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