I’m a drywall finisher and I like these pants because I can carry a lot of my knives on them and in the pockets and the knees hold up a lot better only one problem they’re not white these pants would be perfect if they were white .
These pants suck. Too heavy and extremely hot in the summer. I bought by mistake. Now I’m trying to break them in. Already washed 10 times. Was looking for the double front canvas, which you don’t make anymore.
I have used Carhart clothing for years over 25. Any brand that can turn out a product that last 25 years of use is a damn good product. I have liked the Carhartt brand of clothing so much I have purchased seat covers made from the duck material for my truck. So I would and have recommended buying Carhartt to anyone and everyone.
Been using these for years and as always Carhartt stands true to their quality. HOWEVER, I own SEVERAL pairs, and the new ones (I purchased another 3 pair) have a much longer inseam than specified. My "old" pairs are a 30 inseam... my new ones are a 30 inseam, and are much longer then my old ones.
I like how durable these pants are, but the only thing I would day different about these pants is that a 34x34 is more like a 34x36. They were a little too long unlike regular 34 longs these went past my heel.
I own enough Carhartt clothing to open a retail store, but I've never tried Carhartt work pants, until now. Will they handle ranch work? I'm betting they will. Carhartt chore and Detroit duck coats have never let me down, including one I've owned for over 30 years and still wear. I don't know why I've never tried these pants before, but I'm tired of wearing out regular jeans every couple of months. I'm wearing these new pants now and they fit well, true to size and are comfortable. I like the loose fit, which will work well when crawling on and off tractors, feeding livestock, fixing fences, etc. Oh, the extra pockets are great for fencing tools!! By the way, if you saw what I put my Carhartt bib overalls through recently while working on my bulldozer, you would cringe. But they made it through just fine as always.
I work in the remodeling field and these are great work pants. I've owned several pair throughout the years. They're pretty durable. They usually last me about 2/3 years before i start getting holes in them, but they take a beating so it's expected. As long as I'm in the field, I will continue to buy these pants
I'm always in my double front pants. These are the best pants ever. They last me 10+ yrs. I'm on my knees, climbing under machine's, in and over machines. And I don't have to worry about getting snagged up and tearing my pants. I work Construction and never know from one day to the next, what I'm going to be doing. My Carhartts keep me safe, and I can always count on them for years. I also wear knee pads in them for the unknown kneeling days. I don't have to say, "oh wait, let me GO get my kneepads" Employers don't like hearing your not prepared for the task at hand. Thanks to the hard working teams at Carhartt, I make a great living. And I dress for Success!!!
These are great, heavy-duty pants for work or play! They are perfect for cold Michigan winters! My husband wears them to work, to go ice fishing, or just wander around outside in. They've held up well to washing too. Fit is dead on. The only slight downside is they will be far too warm for him to wear in the warmer months.
I have about 10 pair of these pants and the only issues I have had are the crotch wearing out prematurely and along the belt line where I have pouches on my belt rubbing against the material. I highly recommend these pants.
My husband is a plumber and strictly has worn this style of pant for 5 years. He loves these, however, there are a couple issues we frequently run into. By about month 9, the seams in the crotch have given out, and leave a huge hole that's non repairable. If it's not the seams in the crotch that haven given out, the fabric on the thigh, right above where the "double knee" seam is on top, has worn thin and ripped. These aren't particularly huge issues, but I just wish he was able to get more then about 9 months wear out of them since they are carhartt brand, and would expect them to last longer. Aside from the frequent crotch seam issues, and the thigh ripping issues, these pants are great, and he really loves them.