what are the best mens scrubs you have found? - page 3

what brands and style I decided I am gonna order some off the net because I am sick of the unisex crap. I have been looking at the Aviator scrubs and they seem pretty nice.... Read More

  1. by   Sirapples
    I am a judo player and about 225 lbs and 6'0. Look nothing like a nurse, more like a bouncer and typical scrubs could never fit me right.

    http://www.mynursinguniforms.com/landau-7565.html tops

    http://www.mynursinguniforms.com/landau-8555.html bottoms.

    look great, masculine.
  2. by   Staffingpool
    I only wear AVIATOR scrubs now. Lots of pockets, good material, good quality and service
  3. by   hypocaffeinemia
    I want to buy aviators, but nurses are required to wear "galaxy blue" at my facility, and they don't appear to have this specific shade.
  4. by   BigBoy75
    I keep reading about this aviators uniforms. Do they have a website?
  5. by   Larry77
  6. by   eriksoln
    Landau, galaxy blue color, low V neck with white T-shirt underneath. Pants have cargo pockets. White shoes.

    Underwear is optional.
  7. by   s_david_a
    Larry77 mentioned Aviator scrubs back when I was first starting my ABSN program, so I took his advice. I'm glad I did. They look great, are tough, and they have as many pockets as you could ever want--I can't tell you how useful the pen-pockets on the sleeves are! People are always loosing pens or laying them down on dirty surfaces, and I have mine right where I need it. Thanks Larry77
  8. by   hypocaffeinemia
    Quote from eriksoln
    Landau, galaxy blue color, low V neck with white T-shirt underneath. Pants have cargo pockets. White shoes.

    Underwear is optional.
    Landau makes a galaxy blue color?

    Intriguing. Too bad none of theirs I've tried have fit me worth a damn. The difference between L and XL for them is huge. L is too small, XL is big enough for an entire family of circus performers to live in.
  9. by   Pat_Pat RN
    I'll have to break the "Aviator is best" theme. I got a set of the "light duty" or whatever they call them. I am ALWAYS hot, I thought a lighter weight fabric would be better for me.
    After a few months the velcro on the large leg pockets is almost gone, like all the little hooks just fell off, the pockets won't stay closed now. The fabric also balled up a lot. I have to lint roll myself before I leave for work, and that doesn't pull all of them off.
    I might try their "standard" weight in the future, but I'm afraid they will be too hot.
    Now I'm buying Cherokee Workwear from allheart.com.
    Pat
  10. by   emtb2rn
    Quote from Pat_Pat RN
    <snip>After a few months the velcro on the large leg pockets is almost gone, like all the little hooks just fell off, the pockets won't stay closed now. The fabric also balled up a lot. I have to lint roll myself before I leave for work, and that doesn't pull all of them off. I might try their "standard" weight in the future, but I'm afraid they will be too hot. <snip>
    Wash them inside out. Learned that from other pants, shorts and jackets with velcro. My ER is pretty much always the same temp and I find the Aviator standard weight to be very comfortable without any lint issues.

    I get my scrub tops from Walmart and www.frederickuniforms.com.
  11. by   jwildman001
    I buy all my own material and my wife makes my scrubs. This makes them very personalized and unique. So if you or wife can use a sewing machine go out get a pattern and make your own. I love mine plus the fact my wife made them makes me appreciate them more.
  12. by   slinger09
    Another vote for Iguanamed. I have tried just about everything out there and they are by far my favorite.
  13. by   Mr.RN-CDE
    My wife and I, she's also an RN, are taking a sewing class just so we can learn to make scrub tops.

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