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Duluth Trading has a woodshop?

I'm looking for some new jeans and checking out Duluth Trading's "Ballroom Jeans". There among the pictures is a video in a woodworking shop! I looked at videos from a few other products and they are in a shop too. Wondering who's shop it is. I'm taking it as a sign I'm at the right place to buy jeans...

http://www.duluthtrading.com/store/m...nts/86069.aspx
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their "fire hose" pants, are great. they literally will last forever.

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Never bought anything from Duluth Trading that wasn't top quality.
Looks like their shop, like their Ballroom jeans, has ample room to work.

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their "fire hose" pants, are great. they literally will last forever.
+1 I got some for Christmas and they are very tough pants. They are a bit stiff at first but seem to break in like jeans used to before everything was pre-washed. I got the fire-hose shirt-jac too and wear it all the time.
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Just saw this post and started looking on their website. Sounds like they have some good stuff and a "Made in USA" section too. I may have to hit this up next time I need some work clothes.

ShopDad, wish that was my shop in the background there. Good find.
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I like the name " Ball Room " jeans. it has always been a problem for me.

No worries for others, I guess.

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I live in their Long Tail "T"s. Great stuff. Their "No Pony" shirts are great too and they don't stain.

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The firehose pants are great for hunting. I've tracked more than my fair share of deer through thick brush, briars, and stickers and they hold up like no other garment I've ever seen. Not sure I'd wear them as an every day garment but there are certain jobs they are just unbeatable for, I guess in that way they're a lot like certain tools!
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