Men's Long Sleeve Coverall
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- 65% Polyester & 35% Cotton Twill.
- Machine Wash.
- Comfort-Fit: Durable, yet breathable polyester and cotton fabric resists fading, wrinkles and stains. While it also features a generous, roomy fit in the chest and shoulders. Pleated action back to accommodate a full range of motion and the elastic waist inserts for additional comfort to different shapes.
- Durable Coveralls: Our deluxe long sleeve coveralls were designed for hard-working situations.YKK brass zippers are used for the two-way front zipper and front and back pockets of the coverall. Handy dual tool pockets on both legs and a hammer loop on the left.
- Work Friendly Design: Starting with much stronger seams, more durable fabrics, useful pockets in just the right places as well as the adjustable leg opening design.
- PLEASE MIND THE SIZE CHART AND CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE BEFORE BUYING!
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- Product ASIN: B08XM2VBYP
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BruceVerified✓During the winter months I use insulated coveralls for car repair, etc. For the warmer months of the year, these coveralls nicely fit the bill - tough enough fabric for withstanding rough edges on metal, and thin enough to be wearable in 80 degree weather.I like to be able to just pull on coveralls and then shed them when I'm done with the job - as opposed to an entire change of clothing both ways. They protect your clothing underneath, and skin too.Washing wasn't an issue, it came out looking just like when it went in - minus the dirt!I found them to be just slightly larger than expected - which is a plus for over-clothing wear.The only small complaint is that the inside-pocket access slot is a touch small for my big hands. Speaking of pockets, the number & placement of pockets, and their depth, is really good, IMO.Price seems around the going rate for such clothing. ...[See More]
TMVerified✓It’s not the most comfortable piece of clothing, and I recommend washing it before wearing it the first time to soften the fabric.It looks HUGE and when I unpacked it really looked to me as if it would be too big. But it feets me (M) perfectly. The legs are too long, but that’s okay. Good to have a bit of material to stuff in boots. Folding up is easy.The material and quality is okay for occasional use. For me that’s working on my cars in the garage, some fabrication, and welding now and then.I took a few photos. I hope this helps to make a decision
Leland CVerified✓Hisea coveralls are top notch. I'm 5'8" with 42" chest and wear 34x30 pants. The medium short coveralls fit just right. The sleeves and pant legs are just the right length. The fabric blend is lightweight and wrinkle free versus old wrinkly cotton coveralls. The material is just like Dickies or Craftsman coveralls I use to have. There's plenty of pockets and pass through to get access to pants pockets. There is a double zipper pull to pull up to use the urinal without having to take the coverall top off.Depending on line of work, the only issue for my mechanic work is the back zippered pocket i s not covered over by a fabric flap so the metal zipper can scratch a car body if I back into one or something I don't want to scratch.Overall a great pair of coveralls. ...[See More]
Jay K Ha'oVerified✓Pro:Good material very durableMetal zippersOk fitMultiple pockets (reason I bought this one over others)Con:Torso length is a little short (if you raise arms over your head, expect it to ride up a little)Leg length is a little long (I'm 5'6" bought medium short, bunches a bit around shoes)Cargo pocket (leg side pockets) are sewn just above knee height making them practically useless, unless you have long arms and don't mind whatever you put into those pockets to bang your knees with every movement. These need to be sewn about 4 inches higher so as to keep pockets on thighs not knees (biggest con for m e as I don't like the feeling of hard objects smacking me in my knees everytime I walk or move which makes these pockets useless to put anything in, and with the length of leg if you're contorted trying to get things out of these pockets make it very difficult. ) ...[See More]
IanVerified✓How's it fit?I'm 5'8" and 169 lbs and ordered a small; fits pretty great, but the cloth on the back pulls tight around the back/chest when I try and sit. Measurements are accurate though; assuming you measure yourself right, the jumpsuit should fit you fine according to the chart.How's the material?The material itself is decent, comfortable enough, not too hot, no real complaints. The jumpsuit has plenty of pockets and plenty of room in them, this thing easily replaced me having to carry a bag around.How's it look?I bought an orange jumpsuit as part of a cosplay for a convention (SCP D-Class). At leas t two people somehow mistook me for an actual escaped convict. A county sheriff gave me a dirty look. 10/10 looks great. ...[See More]