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    Retailer and product check

    Has anyone used this retailer before?
    Smoke and Fire Company. They are a living history and re-enactor store. Well i need a pair of Diced Hose and i may only wear them once. These are 100% cotton, but for a very doable price, only 20.00 usd. I am not sure how cotton kilt hose will hold up. Like i said I realy only need them for one night. I dont know if i am the diced hose type of guy. This will let me see if are right for me, with out dropping 2x or more the amount of money.

    anyone have 2 cents / pence/ shekel they want to toss in to the pool here

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    While I have not bought anything directly from smoke-n-fire, a number of the re-enactors that I associate with have.

    I've hard some mildly good things and nothing negative about them.

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    My mother has purchased from Smoke and Fire Company before. She's always been satisfied with her orders.
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    Smoke & Fire are fine folks and great to deal with. I have a pair of those all-cotton diced hose. They are thin and lightweight, but look fine and are perfect for your one-night gig....
    Brian

    "They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." ~ Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsheal View Post
    Smoke & Fire are fine folks and great to deal with. I have a pair of those all-cotton diced hose. They are thin and lightweight, but look fine and are perfect for your one-night gig....
    Thank you everyone , i will give them a try.

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    Please post a product report: I am also considering a pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennethrmc View Post
    Please post a product report: I am also considering a pair.
    Will Do, it may be a few weeks though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsheal View Post
    Smoke & Fire are fine folks and great to deal with. I have a pair of those all-cotton diced hose. They are thin and lightweight, but look fine and are perfect for your one-night gig....
    Yeah, they are very lightweight. I saw a pair like them at a ren fest recently. They would be good for a costume, but not really for highland wear because they are so thin.

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