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    Advice for chef coat in LONG size/ not just BIG

    Often times I find XXL to be too short, so I go XXXL, which really only adds girth and not length. I have recently switched to XXLT for my normal clothes, but in search of Chef Coats, I contacted Chef Wear, and they soon after started to produce the 5-Star in white in a tall size. So far they are the only ones I could find.

    Any advice on a custom site that's not too pricey?
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    Look at chefuniforms.com I have their coats and they are pretty decent for the price. Ialmost have the same problem but I cannot find bistro aprons with long strings.

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    I wear the Chefwear Tall also. Would love to know of any alternatives too.

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    Culinary Classics can make one in a tall size for you (custom jacket), but they tend to run on the expensive side. With that said though, I have few coats from them and they're among the best I have.
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    A good budget jacket -Chef Works. The Restaurant Depot in my town sells them. I don't think they do tall sizes, but I feel like their coats run a little larger and taller than any other brand. Super cheap too. If you've got a Restaurant Depot in town, I would try one on.
    http://www.chefworks.com/?page=shop/...oa2q6sgea2gu33

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    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post
    A good budget jacket -Chef Works. The Restaurant Depot in my town sells them. I don't think they do tall sizes, but I feel like their coats run a little larger and taller than any other brand. Super cheap too. If you've got a Restaurant Depot in town, I would try one on.
    http://www.chefworks.com/?page=shop/...oa2q6sgea2gu33
    I shop at that exact RD they are cheap, their pants also run pretty long.

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    I've bought Chefworks stuff and it was pretty good, just trousers though and yes they do go a little big which is good after you've washed them loads of times. Sizes for Chef clothes are really weird, I'm 6'2 and 190lbs and I wear Small jackets

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