In search of coveralls

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    In search of coveralls

    I am in search of a supply whom sells the coveralls that would pass for being worn by a At-St pilot or Imperial crew member .The only coveralls I have found only have the "v" shaped collar instead of having the collar that straps around the neck.
    Any suggestion of where I can get a pair of coveralls that would work at a cost of around $40 to $50 please let me know...Thank you

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    Re: In search of coveralls

    If you buy two of the standard jump suits you should be able to modify the collar and add the appropriate pockets.

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    Re: In search of coveralls

    I have thought about that.I am wondering which route would be cheaper?

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    Re: In search of coveralls

    Often people purchase the basic Dickies coverall.

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    Re: In search of coveralls

    I would have to say the same, to buy two and cannibalize the second to add all the appropriate changes you need. I did that for someone who wanted the x-wing jumpsuit and it worked out really well.
    Or do the custom thing and have one made.

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    Re: In search of coveralls

    LOPERO said: View Post
    I have thought about that.I am wondering which route would be cheaper?
    That is the "less expensive" route , but it will cost more than $40-$50. I thought that I could buy 1 set of coveralls and get some matching fabric at Joanns to make the pockets for my IC/TI jumpsuit. Boy was I wrong!
    I ended up ordering a 2nd set of coveralls and:
    1: Cut the stitching and removed the collar from the spare and attached it to the main suit for the flap closure on the neck.
    2: Was able to make the arm pockets from the sleeves of the spare suit.
    3: Carved out the leg pockets from the upper back of the spare.
    Here's where I got mine, http://www.allseasonsuniforms.com/rc079.htm.

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