JM: What clothes could you have brought in to wear in the jail (underwear, socks, etc.)? Mickey: Stiff cotton scrubs. Nate: Red or blue inmate outfits. Anne: C'mon....are you serious?
Scrubs, colored to classification with old school
Vans-like slip ons. Not recommended for putting
miles in walking back and forth on concrete Erik: The only clothing you can have is jail supplied.
They do exchanges twice a week for socks and
underware and once for the top and pants Chris: You can not bring anything to wear into the jail
They do not allow that.
JM: If you had a set uniform, what did it look like? Please be specific about each piece of clothing issued to you. Mickey: Yes, in quarantine it is red, minimum is blue,
medium is gray, max or super-max is yellow, I dont
know for sure. Nate: Yes. Red or blue inamte out fit with orange
slip on shoes. Anne: Top-Dark blue scrub with a v neck often faded
bottoms scrub like often faded colored to classify
gross mismatched way too big white guy socks
Discolored brownish 'sport top'
SICK PUTRID DISGUSTING BROWN STAINED GRANNY
UNDERWEAR> UNCOMFORTABLE AND A DISEASE INFESTED
LIKLIHOOD Erik: Faded v neck top and pants, color classified
(RED=Quaratine, BLUE=MIN, TAN=MED , YELLOW=MAX)
socks and tightie whities.. Shoes are slip on vans
type (the soles make great pencil erasers) Other
shoes can be purchased from commisary (athletic
type) Chris: The uniform was a pair of hospital scrub like pants
and top that smelled like somebody elses BO. They
were very uncomfortable and not well fitting.
JM: Were there any assigned clothes in high demand that an inmate should look for when getting clothing assigned? Mickey: You get what you get pretty much. Nate: No. Anne: Newer, darker uniformly colored scrubs,newer
matching shoes that didn't flop around torn and
semi-elastic socks Erik: Finding the right size is crucial. The clothes are
uncomfortable to begin with and having something too
small makes it worse. You only get one chance a week
to request somrthing different when clothing changes
comes around Chris: No there are no clothes in high demand. x x
JM: Was the clothing different between men and women? Mickey: I don't think so. Nate: I don't think so. Anne: No.
Men had underwear like shorts and dont get in
trouble when they don't wear a top like the women
do. Erik: same tops and bottoms but im sure the underwear is
different Chris: There was no difference between the two.