If you are looking for something that provides both comfort and longevity look no further. These pants hold up in the toughest situations all the while staying nice and comfortable to wear. My previous pair was worn once a week for roughly 9 years before needing replacement.
The only work pants I buy for my guys...they last day after day and wash after wash. It is a wonder how they look, fit, and feel even more comfortable with use and age. I am grateful for the double front which saved my brother from a chainsaw that hooked a nail in a tree and went flying. Thanks Carhartt!!
Got these for my boyfriend who works contracting and he LOVES them. Says they are comfortable and the extra material by the knees is great. Last longer than other pairs we have bought from Carhartt. Highly recommend!
We Love Carhartt Clothing For ONE Simple Reason “COMFORT/QUALITY” Most Painters Wear Whites To Show The Old Tradition Of A Painter. We Stopped Wearing Whites Because Clothing Does NOT Last And Well We Always Looked Dirty And Filthy.. With Carhartt Pants We Can Wear And Wear And Wear And They Just Never Wear Out..
Beware.... these pants have been changed!!! The waist size is the same but NOTHING ELSE. 2" too long, massive stove-pipe legs and matching behind area, and the waist is almost 2" higher up your belly. And I double-checked the tag and style #... it was the same as my old ones. I returned the new ones. But I must say that Carhartt was very good about it and had no problems with returning them. They also make the Rugged Flex duck work pants now.... buy them instead!
Leg width could be a ‘slight’ bit narrower. I would like to see the front leg panel offered in leather as an option. This would be a huge seller. What a killer pair of pants. Please tell me if you make them. I want a few pairs. The thigh portion in leather would put your pants on the map in a class of its own. Work pants with a little twist of class.
Just wanted to add that these pants fit amazingly well but the waist compared to other Carnhartt pants runs pretty small. I am not sure if I got unlucky on a particular cut but I have a few pants in the exact same size that fit perfect.
I work in briers and in SC heat. Carhartt double fronts are the only pant I've found that isn't a true briers pant that sheds thorns adequately (Carhartt is less expensive than 90% of the briers pants out there). I tried the Duluth burly carpenter pant, but they aren't thick enough and are so hot and nonbreathable I might as well have been wearing rubber britches. Only complaint about Carhartt is they really start to shrink after a couple washes so make sure you order a couple inches larger in the waist than normal if you hope to still be wearing them in 6 months.
I am a petite 5’5” lady at 120 lbs and these are just a little loose. If I wash them hot and shrink them they end up being just about perfect over time. I prefer these to the women’s work pants because they’re made of thicker, more durable material
Really nice pants fit nice around the waist but they are really big around the lower leg and definitely not for summer use there really thick so not to much breathing but I'm sure they will be good for cold temperatures
Unfortunately due to Carhartt attitude, poor craftsmanship
Hammer loop tore off after 2 months, that didn’t bother me to much. Then the actual seam right below zipper came undone, not tore, the stitching came out. Called Carhartt to see if I can just take up to store and get replace. Nothing can be that simple. I guess the people that run there stores they don’t think are competent enough to actually tell the difference from wear and tear and manufacture defect! They wanted me to wash mail wait 3 weeks for there determination if it is deemed to be replaced or not. Total waist of time and know unfortunately will be buying different work pants.