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Thread: Cargo trousers? Working trousers?

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    Samuel Hearne happybonzo's Avatar
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    I find the Regattas that cost about 20 last for at least 2 years

    Chainsaws without proper protection? You really know the answer to that - not a good idea
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    ve gone for some Helikons will let you all know how I rate them

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    No, no, no! That would be foolish! Im not working on the saw yet. Just doing the monkey work

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    Helikons are as people have said. Good quality and seem to be a strong material. Will be good to get them to work in a few weeks, thanks guys

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    Only bad point with the Helikons are the buttons. 3 have already fallen or half fallen off......no biggy just gotta get the needle and thread out

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    Quote Originally Posted by rowantk View Post
    Only bad point with the Helikons are the buttons. 3 have already fallen or half fallen off......no biggy just gotta get the needle and thread out
    Not had any come off mine. yet but some are getting a bit loose.

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    I second the Helikon SFU trousers. Well made really, lots of pockets and reasonably priced. They've replaced my 5.11 Taclite Pros, and I wear them for work and leisure.
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