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Was thinking about getting some flannel lined pants.

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I never wear coveralls anymore . A lot more freedom . Just buy what fits . Should be all right . About the new long Johns got some from Menards tops an legs for 10 dollars what treat .
 
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Carhart, for double knee fleece lined, run about $50.00 a pair delivered to the door, from the Carhart website. Beyond that, going to have to try them on at the store.
 
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Plus 2 on the Carhartt I have 3 pair and when it gets cool or cold that is what I use. If I'm going for a fall ATV ride or cutting wood in the fall they are nice to have on.
 
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I have a few pair of the Carhartt flannel lined also. I chose those thinking fleece would overheat when working. I've been happy with them, the cut and fit is very good, no need to size up.
 
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I have two pairs of Walls . They are nice but I prefer my one piece snow suit or my coveralls. Since I have no hips or butt I have to wear suspenders with work pants and they always unsnap when I bend or twist doing firewood
 

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Love those things. Usually they are cut larger so you do not need to upsize.
 
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Do you need to up size to get them to fit?
I have a pair, Polar King, made in China,is my normal size and fits normal. Another pair from Rural King farm store, their brand, is 2 inches larger at the waist then my normal and yet fits snugger then the polar king brand so in the RK brand I did need to go a size up.
Both pair have lasted me several years and going strong. I wear them less then 50% of the time Oct . - Apr..
 
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