Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 14
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by kassie very comfortable for even a woman, i use for gardening and painting
vey comfortable, im a woman and I would recommend this to other gardeners or painters. its comfortable and light yet keeps you warm, and able to move around
April 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MMCKY Good Coveralls
Walls still offers a decent fit and numerical sizing (as opposed to the kinda' "take it or leave sizing that Dickies and others have...). These are good quality cotton coveralls (as good as I can now find). I did notice that in an apparent move to save costs, Walls now has a zipper which opens only from the top instead from both ends. As a guy, kinda' wished they kept the old option...for cold weather operation...
February 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RALPHIE for what i use it for it's great
good durable for painting ,getting dirty under houses ,plumbing work protects under garment when thrown over them, overall it stands upto its name "COVERALL"
July 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RALPHIE GREAT IT SERVES FOR WHAT IT'S DESIGN FOR
DURABLE ,PROTECTS, GREAT EASY TO PUT ON AND REMOVE GOOD WASH AND DRY ITEM
July 9, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by FreeRangeAuthor Good work coverall
I am 6 foot tall, 54 inch waist fat guy. I bought this size, 60 Tall, and one 64 Tall.
The 60 size is very roomy, even with street clothes underneath. Tall height gives about 6 to 8 inches excess in the legs to fold up or trim off. (On my next order I am getting a Regular for height)
All major seams are triple stitched which is nice, very sturdy.
Left back pocket has zipper. Has one "screw driver" pocket at the right hip. Has one "pencil" pocket on left arm.
Does not have any tool loop (for hammer) - this is not critical for me, and you can always buy tool belts.
I was impressed enough with this product to buy 2 more, while on sale - 1 gray 60 Regular (not as tall); 1 gray 58 Tall (smaller waist; I couldn't find gray 58 Regular).
For a 6 foot tall frame, Tall sizes leave 6 to 8 inches of excess leg to fold up or trim off - I am ordering at least one Regular, to see if length is better.
Measure your waist, then order at least 2 inch more waist size. If you wear normal clothing underneath you may want to order a waist size 4 inches more. Depends on how loose you want the coverall fit.
I am buying more of these, and can recommend them to anyone needing coveralls. I bought mine online when they were 50% off regular price.
I use them for house, roof & yard work.
I was very glad to find a retail outlet that still sells cloth coveralls. These type of cloth coverall are nearly impossible to find anymore, at walk-in hardware stores. Especially in very large sizes, for us fat guys.
I hope HomeDepot will continue to sell this product line. I will keep buying as mine wear out.
I have tried at least 3 of the disposable Tyvek coveralls, which are OK for very light wear use - they wear out very quickly for yard work. So sturdy cloth coveralls are very welcome - with care they can last me 1 to 2 years.
Thank you HomeDepot for selling these cloth coveralls.
September 10, 2007
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jerlands Good Fit and Holds Up
I work as a merchant seaman and have been wearing these for years. I hope they continue making them in the new "Dickies/Walls" line.
June 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Accordian Great
These are amazing coveralls. Durable and surpringly stylish. Love the zipped pockets. Doesn't wrinkle even when shoved into a bag.
May 31, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by George Now no longer has two-way front zipper
Have used Walls coveralls for many years - always fitted quite well and wore well. Received a new pair recently. They too fit quite well but I was very disappointed to find that Walls has replaced the front two-way zipper they always had with one that only opens from the top. While front pockets are now deeper - a nice feature, the back pockets are no longer lined which is another disappointment. Overall, it appears that Walls are lowering the quality we used to expect, and always got, from them.
April 10, 2015