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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    gusset the articulation darts for the balz
    Alright micol. What's the diagnosis here? What should I be looking for in new pants? These are <1.5 years oldClick image for larger version. 

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    Those Filsons are quality. 10 bucks to get the cuff stitched with leather. Add to cart!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    Alright micol. What's the diagnosis here? What should I be looking for in new pants? These are <1.5 years oldClick image for larger version. 

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    just patch that
    u wouldnt junk a car for a flat tire
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    Thats a blown head gasket. Scrap it

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    Same here? Seems like failure will propagateClick image for larger version. 

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  6. #81
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    Are you riding bikes with no seats, o
    doing tae kwan do in a briar patch, running zombie apocalypse hurdles over barbed wire, or competitive fart-lighting?

    Never seen this before, but maybe I've lived too sheltered a life?

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    Water resistant work pant?

    I think itís a geometry mismatch

    He has unique geometry that conventional pant crotchal shaping doesnít match

    Iím not going to venture a guess as to which geometrical element exactly it is, tho



    Or itís the vigorous scratching

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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    I think itís a geometry mismatch

    He has unique geometry that conventional pant crotchal shaping doesnít match

    Iím not going to venture a guess as to which geometrical element exactly it is, tho



    Or itís the vigorous scratching
    Yeah, except look at all the superficial wear, especially along the raised edges of the seams.

    Definitely looks like repetitive crotch trauma over time (a phrase right out of my wedding vows)

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    Dry hump abrasion?
    Overthepantshandjob wearntear?

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    Now we're getting somewhere. I mean, he has spent a lot of time alone in the woods with NW Skier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Bring it baby!
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    BOOM! Or BOING!

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    Got the truewerks pants yesterday. Impressed I am.

    Super light and comfy, breathy, and nice side pockets. Will test them out in the brewery today.

    Not super how durable the material will be but with the stretchy give they might actually do pretty well.

    I can see these being great winter biking and spring skiing opshun as well as the gotta be outside and its raining go to.

    Fit is relaxed and generous, got a crotch panel and all.
    watch out for snakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drazzamatazz View Post
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    BOOM! Or BOING!
    Nice Vaj.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    Got the truewerks pants yesterday. Impressed I am.

    Super light and comfy, breathy, and nice side pockets. Will test them out in the brewery today.

    Not super how durable the material will be but with the stretchy give they might actually do pretty well.

    I can see these being great winter biking and spring skiing opshun as well as the gotta be outside and its raining go to.

    Fit is relaxed and generous, got a crotch panel and all.
    For work in a brewery I'm sure they'll last year's. Material has been durable for me and washing has had no effect on colorfastness. The fit is great and for anyone looking true to size. Pick your jeans size and you'll be happy.

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    Holy shit, the truewerk is exactly what I've been looking for. I've got a pair of EB naildriver pants that are just like these. Wear them everyday from Nov to April for the last 3 years, but the fucktards discontinued them. Now there is a great alternative. Going to be all over the shorts as well for summer work.

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    Somebody oughtta be hooking me up with the refer a friend deal at truewerks. I could use a fat 25% discount a few times.



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    So not much doing at the brewery today except drop the cone. Fermenter had a bad case on constipation, dry hopping will do that.

    Had to open the valve full on with no tubing to get it unblocked. Then SPLOOOOSH! Baby poo hop particles all over my pant cuffs.

    Shit wiped rite off with wet rag. Looks like nothing happened.
    watch out for snakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    So not much doing at the brewery today except drop the cone. Fermenter had a bad case on constipation, dry hopping will do that.

    Had to open the valve full on with no tubing to get it unblocked. Then SPLOOOOSH! Baby poo hop particles all over my pant cuffs.

    Shit wiped rite off with wet rag. Looks like nothing happened.
    Literally one of the best parts about the pants.

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    So these are spooge proof pants?






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    The "Truewerk" name is enough of a turn off for me that I wouldn't wear them if they were free.
    Set my compass North, I got Winter in my blood.

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    Gonna get my first test of the T3s today/this week. It's 4* outside and we are about to get like 30" of snow. I'll be running a shovel until my arms fall off.

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    Truewerks is likely now watching this thread. I shot off an email. They welcome honest real world reviews....

    Lets show them the mags buying and review power.
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    The T3s worked like a dream today. Post-holing around a house up to my waist and I never got wet. They are not clammy at all. I wore one layer of thin synthetic long underwear underneath. High was in the low 20s and even shoveling hard I never got hot and sweaty. Kickass pants.

    Lots of good usable pockets for a penlight, etc. They don't get dirty really which is awesome. I figured the black material would get trashed, but if you lean up against a dirty truck or something and get that tan road grime on you it just brushes right off.

    I'm sold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    The T3s worked like a dream today. Post-holing around a house up to my waist and I never got wet. They are not clammy at all. I wore one layer of thin synthetic long underwear underneath. High was in the low 20s and even shoveling hard I never got hot and sweaty. Kickass pants.

    Lots of good usable pockets for a penlight, etc. They don't get dirty really which is awesome. I figured the black material would get trashed, but if you lean up against a dirty truck or something and get that tan road grime on you it just brushes right off.

    I'm sold.
    Nice......

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    I would add that the accurate but relaxed fit would allow the wearing of medium or heavy insulation underneath.

    Used them in the brewery again and with water hoses and messes happening unexpectedly they are a life saver. I need a shirt made of the same stuff.
    watch out for snakes

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