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    lol, jeans are so heavy, doesn't it get intensely swampy with them on?

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    tillist.com!!!best chef clothing ive seen in quite a while!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdkraus13 View Post
    tillist.com!!!best chef clothing ive seen in quite a while!
    I agree just pre ordered will write a review once I get them

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgraeff View Post
    I agree just pre ordered will write a review once I get them
    Tilit?

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    http://www.tilitchefgoods.com/ just looks like overpriced hipster clothes to me.

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    wow those look annoying

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    I do really like the idea of the apron tab at the back of the neck. If that jacket wasn't so dang over priced I'd try one out

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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    http://www.tilitchefgoods.com/ just looks like overpriced hipster clothes to me.
    +1
    Looks like hipster gear, the models look like hipster.

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    83 dollars for pants you are going to spill bleach and blood on. Who are they marketing to? Most cooks would rather spend their cash on food and beer. And knives.

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    I know right I do not get those prices what so ever

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