Posted by Bret4207 on November 18, 2012 at 15:12:17 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Round house Bibs posted by BIG RUH on November 17, 2012 at 07:57:47:
Okay, I gots to ask a question. I think I've owned one pair of bibs in my life back around 1979 when they were a fad and my then girlfriend, now wife, bought me some. So here's the question- I see the utility, I see the sense behind not needing a belt. But where do you put the stuff you'd normally wear on a belt? I carry a Leatherman and a Schrade Vise-grips/multi tool and often a hammer loop and a 30 foot tape. Where do you store that stuff with no belt? Things stuffed in pockets falls out and gets lost or wears a hole in the pocket. I'd seriously consider bibs if there's a workable answer. The few guys I know that wear bibs don't even carry a pocket knife.
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