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I ordered one of these
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Hi Ron,
No long time, no speak.
Overkilt just looks like a pinafore/dungaree skirt to me.
I hope it came in at a decent price, is it UK by any chance?
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I'm guessing the guy is an ok enough lumberjack though, interesting chopper.
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I have two of these. They are very well made , but extremely heavy. Add hot to that as well. The company is amazing too. One of my buckles broke and they just sent a brand new overkill! I cannot wear these in the summer. They are super hot.
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I have a couple very similar but dare I say it...
they are pinafore dresses....

a bit shorter and are quite good in summer with a t shirt underneath.
nice casual sort of look.

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nzfreestyler wrote: Sun Mar 19, 2023 8:04 am I have a couple very similar but dare I say it...
they are pinafore dresses....

a bit shorter and are quite good in summer with a t shirt underneath.
nice casual sort of look.
I was thinking of using my similar garments, "jumpers" my wife informs me is the correct name, without a shirt in warm weather when I'm using tools such as the guy pictured.
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Jim wrote: Sun Mar 19, 2023 12:22 pm
nzfreestyler wrote: Sun Mar 19, 2023 8:04 am I have a couple very similar but dare I say it...
they are pinafore dresses....

a bit shorter and are quite good in summer with a t shirt underneath.
nice casual sort of look.
I was thinking of using my similar garments, "jumpers" my wife informs me is the correct name, without a shirt in warm weather when I'm using tools such as the guy pictured.
Couldn't tell if you were joking or not - but to clarify for everyone:

USA:
Jumper = overall dress

UK:
Dungarees = overalls (us)
Pinafore = dungaree dress
Jumper = sweater (us)
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I LOVE the concept :D but these are WAY out of my price range :(

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I got a overalls kilt
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nzfreestyler wrote: Sun Mar 19, 2023 8:04 am I have a couple very similar but dare I say it...
they are pinafore dresses....

a bit shorter and are quite good in summer with a t shirt underneath.
nice casual sort of look.

Cheers
NZF
And if you’re carrying an axe like this guy, who’s gonna confront you? Hahahaha

What I love about your comparison of the pinafore dress and the overall kilt is how I looked right at the kilt and never saw a dress until you pointed it out. Just shows the power of words. Call a dress an overall kilt, and it’s manly. Axe helps…
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