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Site Jackal Work Trousers - Stone / Black £11.99 Using Free Click & Collect @ Screwfix
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Site Jackal Work Trousers - Stone / Black £11.99 Using Free Click & Collect @ Screwfix

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Posted 28th Jan

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Doesn't look bad for a well reviews pair of work trousers. There are pockets for knee pads as you'd expect as well as plenty of other pockets too. Size wise you're looking at 32 Length with waists between 32 and 38 - Links below

Click & Collect price is £11.99

Links:

Site Jackal Work Trousers Stone / Black 32" W 32" L

Site Jackal Work Trousers Stone / Black 34" W 32" L

Site Jackal Work Trousers Stone / Black 36" W 32" L

Site Jackal Work Trousers Stone / Black 38" W 32" L

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  • 2 x Holster, 2 x Front, 1 x Cargo, 1 x Ruler & 2 x Hip Pocket(s)
  • Reinforced Knee Pad Pockets
  • Regular Fit
  • Breathable Fabric
  • 7 x Belt Loops
  • Hammer Strap
  • Zip Fly
  • Triple-Stitched
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charliecroker196628/01/2020 14:56

Thanks, I would have liked the white version for decorating etc but these …Thanks, I would have liked the white version for decorating etc but these will do and a lot cheaper than buying some rubbish from somewhere like primark or peacocks.


I'm my experience Site aren't much better.

Silent 'H'
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Thanks, I would have liked the white version for decorating etc but these will do and a lot cheaper than buying some rubbish from somewhere like primark or peacocks.
charliecroker196628/01/2020 14:56

Thanks, I would have liked the white version for decorating etc but these …Thanks, I would have liked the white version for decorating etc but these will do and a lot cheaper than buying some rubbish from somewhere like primark or peacocks.


I'm my experience Site aren't much better.

Silent 'H'
I bought these a few months ago.
They are OK but very thin (would make good summer wear), they are also very long in the leg, 32 would normally be fine for me but these I have to fold us so they don't get wet. Maybe I ate too many pies but I also find them less than generous around the waist, one size larger than normal.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 28th Jan
Shame they don't have size W50L28 for me.
Thanks
charliecroker196628/01/2020 14:56

Thanks, I would have liked the white version for decorating etc but these …Thanks, I would have liked the white version for decorating etc but these will do and a lot cheaper than buying some rubbish from somewhere like primark or peacocks.


Why, do you only use white paint? :/
No shorter lengnth then 32 for shorter people like me need a 27/28
So only for the short and fat then? Oh sorry, stocky.
JLH8630/01/2020 15:58

No shorter lengnth then 32 for shorter people like me need a 27/28


Logic- you can make a pair of trousers shorter, but you can’t make a pair of trousers longer
Have these, the pads seem to be more like shin pads but for the money good value
Most work trousers I've known are all long legged, I'm 6' and 32" waist 32" leg but most still have a lot of spare at the bottom.
If you use the knee pads it does actually make it more comfortable...
Not going to vote either way on this one.

I’ve been using M&S cargo pants for years and I do a lot of pretty advanced DIY.

They tend to cost about £20 in the Outlet so I think I’ll stick with those as they seem to last.
Edited by: "elche286" 30th Jan
Bought today. Will be returning tomorrow. I’m a 32 32 and these are more like a 34 34. Pretty good otherwise but poor sizing.
Grey ones are a tenner in Lidl right now
Davejay8130/01/2020 22:03

Grey ones are a tenner in Lidl right now


Yep, and decent really, especially since there's the "take your legs off for summer" as well...
DingIs30/01/2020 22:07

Yep, and decent really, especially since there's the "take your legs off … Yep, and decent really, especially since there's the "take your legs off for summer" as well...


Often opt not to go for the zippy as I'm on and off the side of the truck all day and would no doubt buckle my knees off the zips
Davejay8130/01/2020 22:09

Often opt not to go for the zippy as I'm on and off the side of the truck …Often opt not to go for the zippy as I'm on and off the side of the truck all day and would no doubt buckle my knees off the zips


No, they're fine, I'm in and out of vehicles all day doing all sorts, not a problem... Better to be able to get some fresh air round there instead...
I always find these sorts of trousers hard to move in. Our firm used to get the scruffs ones but I used to find it was hard to lift you knee above your waist. Basically crap if you’re up and down ladders.
Sorry guys fatty here do they do 40W
Screwfix site trousers not available !!! none in stock or for order !!!!!! waste of time
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