Fisher Stripe Deluxe Unlined Coveralls for Men

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995.18 2XLR
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Ideal in any conditions, the Fisher Stripe Deluxe Unlined Long Sleeve Coverall gives you protection from dirt, grease and other messy working conditions. Boasting handy features such as a relaxed fit with bi-swing movement, leg zippers to the knee and a front pocket pass-thru, these quality coveralls for men are a workwear wardrobe essential.

  • 100% Cotton, 10 oz
  • Full Relaxed Fit for Superior Comfort
  • True Bi-Swing Back for Ease of Movement
  • Heavy Duty Leg Zipper to the Knee
  • Front Pocket Pass-Thru 
  • Reinforced Front and Rear Pockets
  • Left Rear Pocket with Zipper Closure
  • Two Exterior Chest Pockets with Zipper Closure
  • Two Piece Sleeves with Pleated Elbows
  • Double Pencil Stall on Left Sleeve
  • Triple Needle Stitching
  • Locker Loop 

19 Reviews
  • 4
    Striped coveralls

    Posted by Wilma Lillian on Jan 9th 2024

    My husband loves them, the weight of them and quality. They shrunk a good size on washing what was an inch and a half too long, became almost too short with the first wash

  • 4

    Posted by Don on Dec 18th 2023

    Would rate 5* but the opening where you slide your hand to reach into your pants is not wide enough to easily slid your hand thru. But size is correct and this is my 2nd pair I've ordered!

  • 5
    I live in these things!

    Posted by Freja Robinson on Dec 6th 2023

    Okay I’m not a man but I almost always buy dude clothes when it comes to practical functional items. I am partial to military garments but am tired of feeling like I might be mistaken for a survivalist. Oh, these coveralls are perfect for fall/winter gardening, yard work or just looking like I’m working. I’m 5’4”, 140lbs with no hips or butt to speak of and took a med short. Fits perfectly. If you are longer waisted or a bit taller go regular.

  • 5
    Quality overall at a reasonable price

    Posted by Mark Franco on May 15th 2023

    Bought them, washed them and wore them. Comfortable and easy to move in. Thanks Key!

  • 5

    Posted by Berry Kevin A on Mar 8th 2023

    Great fit … got what I asked for

  • 5
    Excellent quality

    Posted by MIke P on Feb 6th 2023

    Great quality. I purchased these as they are 100% cotton opposed to the all-blue in poly blend. Soft but thick and durable. Really recommend. I've experienced challenges with Key's size recommendations and consistency in sizing, To that end, I would offer that I am just shy of 5'-9" and 170 lbs, typically wear 34W32L jeans and size Large Regular (LR) felt a little baggy at first but shrunk in the dryer just a bit and now fit perfect. Thank you Key.

  • 5
    Best coveralls.

    Posted by Paul Graham on Nov 11th 2022

    My grandfather wore these in his machine shop, they last longer than that bunny, you know that one…

  • 5
    Fisher Stripe Coveralls

    Posted by Craig Look on Sep 19th 2022

    I bought a pair of these to wear in the garage while working on my cars. The sizing is accurate and made so they are not binding/restrictive. They look awesome, sort of have a retro look. I will be buying more in the future.

  • 4
    Second pair after 20 years

    Posted by Zach Wilson on Feb 9th 2022

    I bought these coveralls to replace the ones that I bought in NW Minnesota 22 years ago. Those ones are actually still in pretty good shape. I have, unfortunately, expanded. I’m a soft-handed desk jockey who uses the coveralls for the occasional messy project around the house—so they don’t see hard daily use. These new ones are largely the same as my vintage ones. The fisher stripe is much more durable and—to me at least—visually appealing than standard twill that cheaper coveralls are made of. There are some added features I really appreciate—more pockets, the elbow pleats, and the boot zippers are definite improvements. I would order them again in a heartbeat. A size recommendation when you order: If you plan to wear more than very light clothing underneath your coveralls, order one size larger than even Key recommends. Mine shrunk a bit in the wash (not much) so when I wear a thicker shirt or sweatshirt under the coveralls they’re a bit hard to get on and zipped. I still live in Minnesota and I need to wear more under my coveralls than a t-shirt in the winter. Also, I never usually order Tall but if I were to order again I would order the Tall size—the torso is a little snug and it makes the coveralls a bit harder to take off than I’d like. There are two reasons why these excellent coveralls didn’t get 5 stars from me: The top snap on the garment failed and then fell off almost as soon as I put the coveralls on. I replaced it myself—the time and effort to exchange them was more of a hassle. But the failure of this important feature was disappointing—though not devastatingly so. This may relate to the snap failure—the fit and finish on these coveralls seem a step below that of my vintage ones. My 2000 models were sewn in the U.S. and, in the intervening years, Key has outsourced assembly to, in this case, China. I have no basic objections imported goods (though I wish American other non-Chinese firms would get out of China until they improve their human rights record) but sometimes contract manufacturers (which Key undoubtedly uses—I highly doubt Key setup its own shop in China) don’t have the same level of quality that direct domestic manufacturers have. That’s likely what happened here. (Note:I don’t think Key outsourced assembly to China because they had a burning desire to lay off American workers. No doubt Key did this to keep the price point of this highly competitive work garment competitive. American workers’ demand for the cheapest possible price is what led Key to outsource production. Though I suppose a venture capital firm could have bought the brand and are simply trying to maximize their ROI by getting the cheapest possible labor. I don’t know the story behind the outsourcing.) I know these garments are made for skilled laborers who want the best product they can get for the lowest price. My demographic of soft-handed desk jockeys aren’t buying loads of coveralls—but I would be willing to pay $20-$40 more for this garment if it were sewn domestically. And I don’t think I’m alone. Heck, I’d even recommend Key makes a “premium” line of their stuff made in the U.S.A. for those of us willing to pay a premium. It could even be on demand manufacture that requires order placement before manufacture takes place. That way there would not be a big capital outlay required. I’d order and wait six months—in fact I’d probably order two if I had to wait a while. Hope you didn’t mind the digressions. But these coveralls. They’re great.

  • 4
    Great coveralls - order big

    Posted by Ron Voorhees on Oct 27th 2021

    Quality and features are great. Shrinks a lot - Might be helpful to show sizes after shrinking (or preshrink fabric). - I knew from past experience to order up two sizes and glad I did.

  • 5
    Online sales

    Posted by Paul Deely on Sep 23rd 2021

    The online sizing charts are not informative enough… my first size selection based on my actuall measurement s was grossly oversized because of the relaxed fit sizing which should’ve been mentioned on the sizing page some sort of addendum would help if one wanted an “ over other clothing “ sizing or if one were more portly or a slimmer fit … what I would call a traditional fit I.e. the size is as charted and not oversized to accommodate relaxed fit specs…exchanges were not a problem but it seems it would’ve been cheaper all around to simply add a paragraph explaining how the chart measurements should be interpreted

  • 5
    Great coveralls

    Posted by Mike on Apr 26th 2021

    These are my new favorite coveralls!!! Originally had ordered extra large as I had with a separate pair of unlined coveralls, the fisher stripe ones were comically oversized in the extra large! Re-ordered large regulars, the fit is perfect! These are the most comfortable and attractive coveralls I own, very high-quality very comfortable. and will only get better with washing/break in. Fit is trim in the large regular but I plan on wearing them without heavy under clothes like my other work coveralls. I am 6’2” 210 lbs and broad in the shoulders/chest, these fit perfect. Leg zipper big bonus, construction and stitching is way better than the other “name brand “ coveralls I have owned.