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Think about it... when you see a farm worker... they all wear the same sort of clothes... when you see mechanics... they... wear the same sort of clothes etc... well why not archaeologists? Should we all adopt a simple unisex garment that says... I work as an archaeologist?

Here is my suggestion... indeed I am now thinking of buying pair!

and you can get waterproof ones, thermal ones etc...

Hmmmm... just musing!

These are my fave... (I hope he has not just got a tiny head!)
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more here:
http://uk.dungarees-online.com/
But we've all spent the weekend ordering high-vis kilts!
we are all going to have to re-order to look like this

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though some organisations would prefer this Wink

though tricky in the portaloo.. there is protection and a rather neat look

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I will find you a photo of the unisex overalls we wear in Norway.....

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Thats exactly the look I feel we should be aiming for. I was recently down in York on a visit to the top site.. Hungate. In the middle of the freezing site were two visiting archaeologists on a busmans holiday... I immediately knew they were from a Scandanavian country... as they were in the very workwear above.

Looks professional... looks suitable for purpose... looks comfy and waterproof... what sort of company sells these?
Looks like we may have a quality solution.. ( I know Kevin will nod here!)

http://www.hellyhansen-workwear.com/size-guide.php

Seems they are sensible enough to cater for all shapes and sizes..

so this item...
http://www.hellyhansen-workwear.com/buy-...ad-pant/0/

Comes in a large range of leg to waist size... for example. Good selection and the price ain't bad either

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I'm loving those dungarees in the first post...with a nice aertex shirt, hand knitted cardi and turban (jammed under the hard hat) could do a lovely impression of a landgirl on site......

Austin Ainsworth

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Here is my suggestion... indeed I am now thinking of buying pair!

and you can get waterproof ones, thermal ones etc...

Hmmmm... just musing!

These are my fave... (I hope he has not just got a tiny head!)
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HMMMMM dungarees, reminds me of an LGBT community excavation I saw a while ago.
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