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No.5494   [Reply]

Since many seem to share their experience with overalls during their childhood I thought about sharing mine too.

I was wearing overalls already when I was a little child or rather almost a baby, but back then I obviously wasn't aware of anything. The first time I can really remember myself wearing overalls, was during the times when I went to Kindergarden and after, here in Germany.

It was around the end, probably last year of my Kindergarden time and most of the years I went to Elementary School, when I was wearing blue denim overalls, with two buttons on the back, holding each of the overall straps, which were a little bit too big for me first and probably used, since they were not in a perfect and new condition because as a little kid you obviously tend to play around and get dirty etc. and that is also what happend during this time, when I played outside with my friends and we often went into the forest to play around there and build ourselves a cool base out of the materials the forest has to offer. During these times we used to spend time there during almost every weather, so it often happened that I got muddy from sliding down the slopes in the forest and also wet during stronger rain, while wearing my overalls.

I also sometimes wore my overalls at Elementary School, even though some mean kids made fun of me for obvious reasons we all already know, but I just tried to ignore them, until one day one of the known bullies came to me and tried to bully me by pulling my straps from behind my back, while the other mean kids laughed at me. I obviously reported it to the teachers, which luckily made him stop bullying me, but it made me stop wearing overalls at Elementary School because it was kinda embarrassing to me back then. Therefore, I only wore them after school when I was spending time with my friends who never said anything bad and were rather interested why I wore them so often. I told them that they feel super comfy because they are not so tight around your waist and don’t need a belt, unlike normal pants. But one day they unfortunately broke, while playing outside in the forest with my friends, when one of the buttons on the back came off, while sliding down a slope or something and one of my straps became lose. I slightly remember that I continued wearing them for some time, while playing outside with my friends with just one strap, until my friends thought about the stupid idea of me trying to hang on a branch because it would look funny or something, which was a bad idea for many reasons and caused it to totally break, so I had to go home and change. My parents just threw them away or something, since I never saw the again.

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>> No.5538  

You should finish the rest of your story. Did you wear overalls as a teenager too?

>> No.5539  

I guess I will then, once I have the time to write it down and yes I did, the rest of the story is about this time.

>> No.5659  

You never finished your story about wearing bib overalls as a teenager.

>> No.5660  

You should finish you story about wearing bibs in your teenage years



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134594 No.5372   [Reply]

Zooming in on the logo he is wearing a brand called "Gee Jay". An internet search reveals it is a Russian clothing brand. Has anyone here ever owned any bibs from them?

Also if anyone has more "Gee Jay" bib pics, please feel free to share them.

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There is plenty stuff available with a Yandex search.

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762961 No.5577   [Reply]

Share a picture wearing them

>> No.5581  

Are those a youth size? They have small bib pocket. Are the rear pockets small to?

>> No.5582  

>>5581
Yes indeed. They go up to size 18, whatever that means in inches for waist and inseam.

>> No.5583  
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>>5582
Waist x inseam are around 29" x 29"
Maximum height 66-67" otherwise the straps will be too shorts
I found that the back pockets are a little bit too high

>> No.5584  

Are the shoulder straps adjustable? Does that size compare with your other overalls

>> No.5585  

>>5584
As one can see in the first picture from the front, the adjustment range is already at limit. The sliders sit on the buckles.

>> No.5586  

I have a liberty bibs that is youth 16, and the straps are too short on them too. If you get small men's they have longer straps

>> No.5588  

>>5577
those look really good!

>> No.5625  

Is that bib pocket big enough for a phone to stay? Or does it have pockets on the side of the leg that you can slide a phone in.

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Cannot enter the phone in full

>> No.5637  

LOL, buy an adult size, then your phone'll fit in the bib pocket! 30x30 is the smallest mens' size.



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3334981 No.5355   [Reply]

I got myself a new pair of overalls, and wanted to share :)

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>> No.5361  

And do they have a zipper fly?

>> No.5362  

The straps are adjustable and they do have a zipper fly

>> No.5364  

Those overalls look so awesome, but also quite pricey. For the price of these overalls, I could buy 3 pairs of workwear overalls (Dickies, Liberty, etc). I guess I will have to make a decision.

>> No.5365  

Workwear overalls, such as Dickies, are very comfortable. However, the legs on the overalls are HUGE! The legs are so wide at the bottom that I can barely see my shoes. Would Mens "fashion"-styled overalls be more narrow at the legs?

>> No.5367  

What I meant to ask earlier was this: How wide are the bottom of the legs of the Kaotico overalls you bought? I'm asking because I can't see the legs in the pictures. Thanks.

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They are not very wide, compared to overalls from Dickies or Carhartt.
They feel and look more like regular jeans, but with a bib :)

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I like tan colored overalls as well. This is a photo of me wearing my brand new Dickies duck bib overalls.

>> No.5410  

Those "Kaotiko" overalls look awesome. I am thinking about buying a pair in brown or black. I would prefer to have the bib positioned higher up on my chest, than "Ll Mint" is wearing them, so that the top of the bib sits slightly below my neck. I'm guessing I would just need to shorten the overall straps? I wear my Dickies overalls like this. I am hoping that the bib is big enough for this.

>> No.5430  

Unfortunately that is as high the bib goes, at least on me. But I'm a pretty tall guy, it might not be a problem for you

>> No.5635  

I would like to know that, too. >>5633 Also, what is the difference between Kaotico men's dungarees and Kaotico "genderless" dungarees??



No.5433   [Reply]

I can remember when I was a little boy. My parents made me wear overalls for kindergarten one day, although I also had wanted them. They were rigid indigo denim (the stiff, Navy blue kind) with the big brass buckles. It was 1985, I believe. Since they didn't just stop at your waist, I was fascinated by that. I had to be reminded how to put them on. My Dad came up to my room as I was dressing that day, to help me. "First, pick out the T-shirt you want to have on underneath your front bib, and wear that." I did so. It seemed weird to me, putting on pants that came with a bib that goes up and over your shirt. It's like I still needed to keep my food from spilling on my shirt while I ate or something. I asked him do I just wear my briefs (underwear) on under them, and he said, "Yes, start with just your underwear and the shirt that you want to have on behind your bib." "Now, just put on the pants like you would ordinarily." So, I did. Then he said, "You have to button the side bib buttons (that is what he said they were called as opposed to the button in the middle of pant -- meaning the two buttons on each side of a pair of bib overalls near the hips) so they bring the front waistband up in front of your underwear." I remember how the waistband of that particular pair of bib overalls happened to come just to where my T-shirt bottom was and where my underpants began. "Now, bring the bib straps up and over your shoulders," he reminded me. I reached behind me and brought each bib strap up, over my shoulder, one at a time. They felt like seat belts on me, they were so massively wide. I felt the sliding buckle on each strap. "That's the sliding bib strap buckle, you can move it to adjust the bib straps to be like they are a different length." I fiddled with them for a bit. "OK, c'mon, now bring the bib up and over your shirt," he instructed me, "and fasten on the bib clips to the buttons on the top of the bib." Bib clips were what he called the metal buckles on the ends of the straps. I can remember bringing the bib slowly up over my shirt. I felt like it was controlling me. I couldn't see part of the design on the front of my shirt anymore, and I felt like a little kid (to me then, "little kid" meant like a toddler). Guiding the button on one side of the bib, I stuck it through the big round part of the bib strap buckle. Then I pulled it down until it went "CLICK!" "OK, now do the other side," Dad told me. I felt this weird sensation like I was controlled. It made me feel interesting. I went down the stairs to continue getting ready for school. I felt kind of embarrassed to, as I felt like, basically needing to have a bib up in front of my shirt as part of the very pants I was wearing. Like I couldn't not be messy otherwise. I told my Mom, who was waiting for me at the bottom of the stairs, that I wanted to go upstairs and change into something else. "No, you can't, we'll be late for school!" I cried my eyes out and fussed, I very much wanted to be out of the overalls. But finally, I relented. Then I remember just feeling so completely mortified at school...I was so ashamed, but also excited in a strange kind of way, and kept staring at that bib that was in front my shirt all day. Partly, I kept thinking like other kids would see my underwear through the gap between where the side bib buttons on your hips are and where the fabric is sewn together. Finally, I made it home and got into something different. But I will never forget that day. As an adult, now i wear bib overalls all the time. They are the opposite of my work clothes. And of course, they are comfy and make me feel great. I hope to someday meet someone else who is male and lives in my area -- Washington, DC -- who also likes to wear bib overalls. I love seeing tall men in bib overalls. Wish I could find a nice guy who will be my bib overalls buddy. Let me know if interested.

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>> No.5532  

>>5524

Very nice picture and amazing snowbibs.

Living a bib life must really be amazing. I need to throw away some of my terrible normal jeans. Maybe it sounds strange but I find it very exciting to destroy my normal pants. It makes me feel more of becoming a bibboy.

>> No.5533  

I love the idea of throwing away all my normal jeans, to make sure I wear Overalls all the time!
And I wish I could do that, but unfortunately I'm too shy/afraid to wear my overalls in public :(
I absolutely love the feeling of wearing them, but I don't like how I look in them. :/

>> No.5534  

It takes time but you will eventually get there. You’ll love the way they feel as well. I love the way overalls feel as well. Unless I am going someplace like a concert or a fancy restaurant I only wear overalls.

>> No.5535  

>>5534

Yes you are absolutely right. It indeed takes time for you body and mind to get used to be inside overalls most of the day. We have been wearing horrible normal pants for years so it will take time for overalls to become the new normal. Some guys are afraid that wearing overalls every day would somehow decrease the joy of wearing them. This is absolutely not true. I noticed it with myself. The more often I wore my overalls, the more I enjoy them. This also help by building more confidence to wear them outside because you are totally addicted and used to wear overalls. The last thing you want is to get out of the overalls to put on some jeans because you are very used to the feeling and joy of the overalls.

>> No.5536  

>>5535 This is a very good point, I should probably just put on overalls as soon as I get home from work, and just get used to the feeling and how I look in them.
I also need to get better at not caring what other people think.

>> No.5537  

That is a a good idea. That is what I will do once returning to work from office. Right now though I can wear to work since I work at home. Over time you get used to them and will get to a point of overalls only.

>> No.5540  

Oshkosh B'Gosh stopped making adult bib overalls. According to Wikipedia: "The company was sold to Carter's, another clothing manufacturer, in 2005 for $312 million, though it still operates under the original name. Today the company sells accessories, jeans, pants, shirts, sweaters, t-shirts, tank tops, and its trademark overalls. The company produces clothing for babies, infants, toddlers, kids (4-7), and youth (5-14); however, it no longer manufactures clothing in adult sizes due to poor sales."

>> No.5542  

>>5540
I'm glad I still got mine before that. Then again, it's kids size anyway I think.

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I am very afraid about wearing my overalls in public and around my friends. I always end up changing back into jeans whenever I have to leave the house. I guess the only way to overcome my fear is to confront it... I currently own two pairs of overalls: The first pair is 'Stonewashed Indigo Blue' and the other pair is 'Rigid Indigo Blue. Which color overalls do you think I should wear for the first time I attempt going out in public?

>> No.5632  

The Stonewashed Dickies overalls look awesome. I looked at several online stores, but they were all sold-out of the Stonewashed Dickies overalls. I hope the company didn't discontinue making them! 😱



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>> No.5595  

>>5593 Those Levi's overalls look great on you! I love wearing overalls where the bib sits high up on the chest. Do you have any other brands of overalls in your collection?

>> No.5596  

This is the brand I use as well and love em. I wear straps loose though as it fits better

>> No.5602  

Looking good in those overalls! I also love wearing my bib very high on my chest. I am glad that you wear them high on your chest as well! Stay bibbed!

>> No.5631  

is this size XL?



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565976 No.5624   [Reply]

Saw these overalls on an Instagram page but could not find the brand/link to buy. They look comfy. Anybody know where I can get them? Thanks!



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2686490 No.5589   [Reply]

a boyfriend in my overalls

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Well, if you have more pictures of him in these cute Arizona overalls, why not sharing them with us? I like these overalls very much. I found one on eBay, but it was way too small for me so I re-buyed it again. Here you can see them.
Can you remember where you got it from? Are there more pictures of it?

>> No.5612  

Do they have a fly?

>> No.5613  

i only have this pic of him in this overalls... from the overalls i have more pictures when i wear them :) phuu my parents bought them for me years ago

>> No.5614  

yes they have a zipper

>> No.5615  

Can you show us some pics of you in these?

>> No.5616  

That would be great !

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>> No.5622  

Wew, quite tight... ;-)

>> No.5623  

One or two sizes bigger would be better. It does fit our youngster much better.



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Sieht mega aus....
Hier eins vom letzten Urlaub



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286317 No.5606   [Reply]

????

>> No.5610  

I think these are BDG Overalls soled by urban outfitter some time ago.



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