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Old 05-28-2015, 10:14 PM   #41
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Old 05-29-2015, 08:46 PM   #42
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Alright alright I'm a little taller and a little skinnier than average. The point is I wouldn't think that I would have to cinch every strap all the way in and still feel like I need a sweater on to make it fit right.

I used it for a few hours today. The drill holster is cool but the snap is about an inch too far forward. also there are no deep pockets narrow pockets for screwdrivers. Or anywhere to put a square without the bags on.
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Alright alright I'm a little taller and a little skinnier than average. The point is I wouldn't think that I would have to cinch every strap all the way in and still feel like I need a sweater on to make it fit right.

I used it for a few hours today. The drill holster is cool but the snap is about an inch too far forward. also there are no deep pockets narrow pockets for screwdrivers. Or anywhere to put a square without the bags on.

I'm 6'1 about 150 lbs and I wear the suspendavest with the oxy light bags on it almost everyday doing interior trim and it takes a bit of getting used to but I've broken mine in pretty good and it isn't to bad a setup to wear everyday.

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