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Re: Where do you buy your clothes?...
« Reply #10 on: April 13, 2020, 12:54:52 pm »
I meant to post this before..  all USA made, $60 bucks and up!

Yes, they size to 48"waist.

I've bought from them in the past, well made stuff.

https://www.allamericanclothing.com/made-in-usa/jeans.html

This one is USA made but I've not used them before.

https://texasjeans.com

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Re: Where do you buy your clothes?...
« Reply #11 on: April 13, 2020, 07:11:13 pm »
I'll check kingsize.com when I get some time.
Thank you!
I ordered a couple of Carhartt shirts from Midway with my birthday (today!) discount a couple of days ago. We'll see.
Duluth Trading opened a store here last fall. Found a pair of jeans that I like but it was nigh on $100!!!
I just can't bring myself to do that.
Tractor Supply is opening a store a half a mile from me but it's just a red clay lot right now.
I'm looking forward to that, just for GP!
Every time the bottom falls out of "where I shop", it takes forever to find a new one..
I appreciate the input, guys! Any more thoughts are eagerly anticipated.
Thank you!

Same.
For a few years I bought from Kingsize, good pants and especially dress shirts and ties (they carry longer length ties for tall guys).
Then I found the perfect-for-me fitting jeans through Cabela's fifteen years ago and all was well and then they changed the fit and then the merger took place and there are fewer options now and what they do have is usually out of stock.

Four years ago I lost weight and dropped several pant sizes. I found that the Wrangler 5 star jeans fit just like the old jeans I used to get from Cabela's so I buy those and the Schmidt canvas pants from TSC.
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Re: Where do you buy your clothes?...
« Reply #12 on: April 14, 2020, 02:34:20 am »
Happy Birthday and welcome back. Sometimes I get my jeans from DXL Big & Tall, AKA the fat man store. They have 321 stores and one is just a few miles from me. I get my briefs there too. They always have a few different colors, plus tighty-whities for people who buy white clothes, and boxers. If there's not a store near you, you can get it all online. Some of the prices seem way too high, but what do I know? Big and tall sizes are never cheap. Sometimes they give me coupons for $10 off a $50 purchase or $25 off $100, or something. If I actually need anything I might go. They always mail me a coupon for my birthday, good for $20 off any purchase of $20 or more. Time fer some new undies. I think I got the same coupon for Christmas too, so I go there twice a year. I also get some of my jeans from JCPenney. I get most of my shirts from Penney's too. I look at what's on sale online, order it, and wait for it to ship to the store which is also just a few miles away.

https://stores.dxl.com/

I wear generally wear T-shirts year-round, and the neck on crew neck shirts feels like it's strangling me, so I cut the front of the collar open and down a few inches. There aren't a lot of stores that have colored V-neck T-shirts in stock, and none that fit me. If they do they have a pocket on it that's not good for anything heavier than a pack of cigarettes. I never used the pocket but they always ended up sagging down and looked like s**t, so I don't buy those anymore. The fat man store and Penney's both have V-neck T-shirts in big sizes. Several V-necks and crew-necks I ordered from Penney's are also tall sizes. They're a lot thinner but cheaper priced than the ones at DXL It's nice to finally have T-shirts that don't just cover my belt and stop there. I ordered a flannel shirt (my only one) and 2 other long sleeve shirts from JCP. The flannel shirt is really nice, and it's thicker than what I had in the past. The other shirts are "casual" I guess, not made for hard work anyway, and thinner than toilet paper. I don't know what they have for work shirts.
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