POWERFIX® Men’s Work Trousers £8.99 @ LIDL
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POWERFIX® Men’s Work Trousers £8.99 @ LIDL

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Found 21st Jan 2014
Made from hard-wearing twill with reinforced knees for additional protection and various practical pockets
Compatible with knee-pads (not included)
Sizes: 32" - 44"

13 Comments

This, as OP has elected to not point out, is from Lidl. Started on Monday, probably all sold out now.

Latchem72

This, as OP has elected to not point out, is from Lidl. Started on … This, as OP has elected to not point out, is from Lidl. Started on Monday, probably all sold out now.



When I click on Lidl site it says these are available from Thursday the 23rd of January. So they shouldn't be sold out as they are not being sold yet.

Poppyj1

When I click on Lidl site it says these are available from Thursday the … When I click on Lidl site it says these are available from Thursday the 23rd of January. So they shouldn't be sold out as they are not being sold yet.


Fair cop. There was DIY stuff out on Monday, so I made a deductive leap.

You have to get in early on Thursday morning or you find all the 32" waists are sold out.

mccririck

You have to get in early on Thursday morning or you find all the 32" … You have to get in early on Thursday morning or you find all the 32" waists are sold out.


Alternatively you could eat more and waddle in to pick up a pair of 44"-ers in the afternoon.

I might get these for a night out in town.

These were out in N Ireland today. Branded as Parkside, and a quid dearer for some reason . Also, the £8.99 soldering iron I saw on hukd recently (and expected to buy on Thursday) was on sale today at £11.99. :-\

are these any good?

I bought a pair of these a few years back, while not stylish in the slightest they were very hard wearing and only gave up recently (massive crotch split - the trousers not me)

I chose to replace them with a plain black pair of Regatta work trousers that we're much and such the same price on eBay.

Heat added even though I won't be buying a pair myself.

I bought a pair of these a few years back, while not stylish in the slightest they were very hard wearing and only gave up recently (massive crotch split - the trousers not me)

I chose to replace them with a plain black pair of Regatta work trousers that we're much and such the same price on eBay.

Heat added even though I won't be buying a pair myself.

Latchem72

Fair cop. There was DIY stuff out on Monday, so I made a deductive leap.


A leap too far it would seem, no?

Does anyone know which knee pads will actual fit these as the opening is very small ? - Thks in advance

Re the query "Are these any good" I would say definitely not as my "Workwear" trousers have split from the waistband to the crutch! I can wear 34 waist trousers but I bought 36 in order to have them a bit baggy. Unfortunately there is no "give" in the cotton. The result was that when bending down to look at items at a car-boot sale there was a loud ripping noise. I would like to buy clothes that are able to stretch and move with the wearer but nowadays when everything on sale seems to be throw-away quality, such goods are hard to find.
Edited by: "joebloggs94043" 27th Sep 2015
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