4 Stars By Barefoot Librarian on 2016-07-26
Who you gonna call?
I ordered 4 of these for Ghostbusters costumes and found them to be surprisingly good quality. The fabric, stitching, and fit were all as expected. Since they were for four ladies, there was some issues with being a bit too long in the torso or crotch area (different issues with two different ladies), but that's absolutely to be expected in men's clothing. Women tend to come in a lot more varied and curvy shapes!. I was able to do some very mild alterations and we were good to go. I would definitely recommend these coveralls.
Just for reference: three of us got XXL and normally wear ladies sizes 18-20 and one of us got a XL and wears size 14-16.
5 Stars By Kristine on 2015-10-23
Ghost busting coveralls
I got this to make myself a new version of the Ghostbusters costume - these are plenty baggy and definitely built for men. I got an extra large because I have hips and wanted to make sure they fit in this outfit and it fits ---but it's also a little baggy places - which is expected and the alternative would be zipper issues and not fitting which would make me a sad Ghostbuster. Nobody wants to be a sad Ghostbuster gal. ANYWAY, this 'natural workwear' is comfortable, you won't overheat in them (unless you have hotflashes or something similar) and I feel like I can deal with any mess wearing this outfit. (Something I see often with a baby and a sweet but sometimes messy dog at home anyway). So whether ghost busting, cleaning up messes around the house, or working, these coveralls have got you covered in more ways than one.
4 Stars By Serena on 2016-06-01
Great for a Ripley costume!
I bought this for a Ripley costume (from Alien). I was concerned since I am a woman with large hips/butt how this would fit! Thankfully it fit well and looked cute! I was able to iron on my patches just fine too. My only problem was towards the end of the night after many drinks and food, it became uncomfortable to sit in my suit since the waist is cinched in. That aside, I've saved my Ripley costume and will definitely wear it again!
4 Stars By JStreet on 2017-04-19
Natural Workwear Coveralls
I am 5'6" and 150 lbs. Based on sizing comments in some of the reviews, I ordered a size large. I think a Medium would've been best for me because I wear light athletic shirt and pants under my coveralls. These coveralls are heavy weight and well made. However, I was hoping they would be of a lighter weight in that they are a cotton/poly blend. I only use coveralls when doing yard work. Another CON for me about these coveralls is that they have no type of snap closure at the sleeves, ankles and neck. The CONs I've mentioned apply to my preference and may not be an issue for others. I would still recommend these coveralls because they are well made.
5 Stars By Jennie on 2016-10-17
Great material, great fit
I bought this coverall for my Halloween costume for this year: Ghostbusters 2016 edition. I previously had purchased a Nomex flight suit and it was way too tight around the hips as they are designed for men. I didn't want to bother with having to exchange this product, so I ordered and XL tall. I am usually a 14/16 long.
This fits almost perfectly and I'm glad I didn't go with the Large as it may be too snug around the hips for a woman. The size tall makes the sleeves perfect, but I had to roll up the cuffs at the bottom - I am 5'7" and about 200 pounds with a more atheletic but still feminine build. The elastic around the waist is nice as it sits perfectly on my hips while the top half if a bit baggy.
As I mentioned, my Nomex was much better quality as far as material and features (zippers, buttons, etc), but this is much more affordable and does the job quite well.
Hoping to win my company's costume contest!
4 Stars By Stephen Mann on 2017-09-01
Very Nice, But Sizing Was Too Snug
Had to return mine as it was far too snug for peace of mind. Sadly, they don't make one in a size that works for me. Shame, 'cos I am looking for an inexpensive grey boiler suit to form the basis of a steampunk space suit and this was exactly the right colour.
It seemed well made for the price and I can't fault the return policy through the prime program.
If you sport fewer pounds of "relaxed muscle" than I, you will probably find this is an ideal one-piece for your needs.
5 Stars By Chris Ray on 2017-06-01
Gray coveralls - 5 stars so far
5 stars so far. They wear and wash very well so far. My only very minor complaint or constructive criticism would be to have hook and look patches sewn into the chest and seat pockets so the pockets can be closed up. I have put my cellphone in the chest pocket a couple times and bent over to work on something and my phone slipped out. They are comfortable to me. The price was reasonable compared to a set of big overalls.
5 Stars By fuzzy logic on 2017-07-24
I'm 5'8 and 170 pounds. The large fit well with room for clothes under it. Inseam is about 32-33 inches with the sleeves about 34 inches. I'll have to shorten them both but that is to be expected. The material is heavy enough to last. Construction is adequate. This is a good value. I'll use it occasionally but it would be fine for all day work wear. Recommended.
4 Stars By Gabrielle N. Poor on 2017-03-12
not made for a woman, but not unusable!
5'8'', 210 (but don't particularly look like it) woman, normally wear 16-18 pants. this fits fine, except in the hips. It's still comfortable and looks fine, but I feel like it's a little too tight to wear regular pants under. I'll probably go with leggings for my cosplay.
OH ALMOST FORGOT: wayyyyy too long in the legs. slightly too long in the arms. probably woulda been fine with a normal XL.
4 Stars By Edaps on 2016-12-06
The matrial itself was good and sturdy
A+ for the jumpsuit itself, sizing is very weird. A large was *massively* too big for me, but the medium only just fit. Also, there is apparently no variation on leg lengths so if you need shorter legs, you'll have to hem. And if you need longer, you're out of luck.
The matrial itself was good and sturdy. I didn't see any loose threads or wonky stitching lines anywhere on any of the 3 coveralls we bought. It would be nice if the sleeves buttoned or snapped so you could open them and roll them up. The wrist opening is a little smaller then the rest of the arm (hence why you cant really roll them up) presumably to help keep dirt or anything from falling into the sleeve while you work. There are slits in the sides so you can get to your own pants pockets, as well as extra pants pockets on the coveralls themselves.
Basically a nice set of coveralls without being too ridiculously expensive, if you can get the right size.