Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Lex Lucas, Apr 30, 2007.
Where can I get some? Marks Work Wearhouse doesn't have anything.
Atlantic work wear/oil field on windmill? edit: technically on Bancroft
Work Authority on Akerley?
Is there anything you don't know?
Gonna check these places out this morning. Thanks.
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Also would suggest trying Helly Hansen. They manufacture this kind of stuff locally, and have an outlet store that might carry (or have access to) a pair.
To add to that, Helly Hansen is located facing Burnside Drive, with access from Commodore Drive/Brownlow Ave.
Schooner in Burnside may carry something as well. Also, Atlantic tourch in burnside is a welding shop. they may have something.
Check to see if anyone sells nomex, they are pretty much the standard in the oilfield.
I just sold eight pairs when I quit the rig a month ago. Too ad I didn't know you were looking...
Nomex or Indura Ultrasoft are pretty much the standards in the oil patch. Nomex are lighter material, Ultrasofts are a bit thicker...
You could also try Mic Mac Fire & Safety, Schooner Industrial Supplies. and K&D Pratt.
I think Smokey still owes me for 8 pairs of coveralls.
i have 2 pairs of grizzly well servicing ones, but they are dirty as fuck
I got a couple pairs of Roll'n Oilfield Industries ones, new condition, size 46T, nomex, $100 a pair, you would have to pick them up in Dartmouth.
so, the nomex pair of coveys my buddy gave me from the rigs are actually pretty expensive?
off topic, but who knows how to clean these things properly?
we used sunlightand a washing machine.....
dry cleaning is the best (your covies come back looking brand new) but the life of them is reduced
typical nomex or indura oilfield covies are around $150 a pair
but, will that break down the Nomex and fire resistance?
only cheap fire retardant stuff loses it's properties when you wash it.
sunlight and shit doesnt hurt the nomex/indura covey's, but dry cleaning does hurt the indura ones a bit over time.
Helly Hansen - great product... have a lot of their sailing gear - quality stuff,
also have pair of work issued NOMEX coveralls for brush firefighting - fit well, good material...