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    Not feeling the skinny jean style chef pants.
    To each his/her own................
    ............but definitely not for me.
    I can't believe how expensive those freakin' aprons are.
    Looking forward to a review though.
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    skinny pants in the kitchen really? no thanks I need the baggy to help stuff breath since is is hot as **** in my kitchen

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    "You guys aren't using Global knives? (eye roll)"

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    The work shirts and chef coats on the site may be good for the situations described in this thread but.... This is not helping their cause at all.
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    I got some pants from them when they were on clearance for like 20 bucks. The material they are made out of is super light and breathable and I got a size or two bigger so they aren't so tight and I always wear a belt to work anyway (no plumbers crack).

    Besides the fact that it is a small company and everything is made in the USA I do have a hard time understanding why their prices are so high at times.
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    Global knives suck big time

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    Dickies work shirt is less than $20. Just sayin. Spend the savings on quality hair product.

    http://www.amazon.com/Dickies-Mens-S.../dp/B000N8Q56C
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    They say full refund and return shipping so il let you guys know, def overpriced but I want to Check them out. Over chef wear and chef works is ok. All my happy chef is In the garbage nice while it last about 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoqaVin View Post
    Global knives suck big time
    But it's the Official Knife of the Pretentious Douche Bag Chef!!
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    who "think" they are the best I do not get it

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