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Scrubs

Discussion in 'Ambulances and Equipment' started by NomadicMedic, Oct 24, 2016.

  1. NomadicMedic

    NomadicMedic formerly DEmedic

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    I need to buy scrubs for the new job.

    Anyone have a brand they particularly like?
     
  2. Handsome Robb

    Handsome Robb Youngin' Premium Member

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    Greys Anatomy scrubs are the bees knees. So comfy. A little expensive though.

    Carharts are nice too.


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  3. Chase

    Chase Flight Nurse

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    I really like this brand called Figs. They are fairly expensive but are very high quality and hold up extremely well. They feel more like athletic sweat pants than scrubs and have plenty of useful and well designed pockets and features. I have a couple pairs of the "Axim"

    https://www.wearfigs.com/collections/men-technical-collection
     
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  4. Akulahawk

    Akulahawk EMT-P/ED RN Community Leader

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    I have some Carhartt scrubs and I like them a lot. The scrub pants they have are reasonably decent and have belt loops. I also have some Aviator brand scrub pants and they're also quite nice but the lack of belt loops and the specific method of tightening the waistband may sometimes leave a bit to be desired. Big plus with them is that there are pockets everywhere. One good benefit of my Carhartt scrubs is that they're all made of a rip-stop type material. I've tested it, inadvertently and it does work.
     
  5. NomadicMedic

    NomadicMedic formerly DEmedic

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    I knew I could count on you guys.
     
  6. medichopeful

    medichopeful EMT, ED/ICU RN, CEN

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    Another vote for Carhartt. Durable, comfortable, and they fit well. They have the right number of pockets too (not too many, not too few). The only thing I wish they had was a pen pocket on the sleeve (I wear fleece vests a lot to stay warm).
     
  7. Remi

    Remi Forum Deputy Chief Premium Member

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    I had some Aviators years ago and really liked them. The flight suit-style pen holders on the arms were awesome. IIRC, mine had belt loops.

    I've also been pretty pleased with ****ies. They make ones specifically for men and they are really affordable.
     
  8. TransportJockey

    TransportJockey Forum Chief

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    ****ies and aviators were my favorite when i worked in hospital

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  9. Anjel

    Anjel Forum Angel

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    All the guys I work with seem to go for ****ies and Carhartt.

    Walmart is Walmart... but their scrub star brand is the most comfortable thing I've ever put on my body lol


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  10. NomadicMedic

    NomadicMedic formerly DEmedic

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    I love that the forum censors ****ies.
     
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  11. Lo2w

    Lo2w Forum Crew Member

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    I've got cherokees and have been pretty happy with them.. Mine have pockets at the bottom of the scrub top I love.
     
  12. VentMonkey

    VentMonkey Crackpot Premium Member

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    Ah yes, nothing like a good ol' pair of Richardies...ah **** it ****ies™!
     
  13. NomadicMedic

    NomadicMedic formerly DEmedic

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  14. VentMonkey

    VentMonkey Crackpot Premium Member

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    I vote untucked. That was the beauty of being afforded such luxury, IMO, when I teched at an ED.
     
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  15. NomadicMedic

    NomadicMedic formerly DEmedic

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    I vote untucked too. I'll see if I can get away with it.
     
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  16. CANMAN

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    Have always been a fan of Medline scrubs myself. These are the scrubs typically found in OR's and hospital supply. Cheap and serves the purpose.
     
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  17. Bullets

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    Whatever the scrub machine dispenses.

    I used to buy scrubs but after getting a couple messed up i just started taking them from the scrub machine in the OR. Screw spending my money for this place
     
  18. NomadicMedic

    NomadicMedic formerly DEmedic

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    No scrub machine here. They do have a kuerig though.
     
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  19. VentMonkey

    VentMonkey Crackpot Premium Member

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  20. NPO

    NPO Forum Asst. Chief

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    I like Jockey

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