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bigbuck:

--- Quote from: AJ ---bigbuck, does the material in front of the knee pad hold up pretty good to wear and tear?
Wondering if they hold up longer then a regular pair of jeans.
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Yes, made very strong, don't wear mine everyday, but have had 3 yrs. now & are holding up very well.

andersenappliance:
Duluth trading co. also has work pants with knee pad pockets

http://www.duluthtrading.com/store/product/mens-work-pants-mens-ultimate-fire-hose-cargo-pants-18107.aspx

http://www.duluthtrading.com/store/product/mens-usa-made-flex-ballroom-jeans-with-kneepad-pockets-18104.aspx

AJ:
andersenappliance, have you tried their work pants with knee pad pockets?
If so what do you think of them? They look like they have a lot of nice products.

haroldsappliance:

--- Quote from: Yodog on February 07, 2013, 01:27:16 AM ---Do appliance repair men have bad backs or knees? is this jobs hard on the body? could a person still do appliance repair when there in their 70's or older?  I'm thinking about learning this craft, I'm 28 now and in good physical shape.

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Man, your talkin more than 40 years from now. Now that's planning ahead. Seriously, bad back and bad knees. I take it really easy. I do not deliver or strain myself in any way. Us older guys need to be careful and especially when getting on a roof. If we get hurt, nobodies gonna pay our bills!

AJ:
Harold, I like your new avatar, lol...

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