First introduced in 1939, these men's dungarees are a Carhartt classic. They're proudly made in the USA of heavyweight firm-hand duck. Double-layer front panels add durability and have clean-out openings that accommodate knee pads. #12-ounce, firm-hand, 100% cotton ringspun duck canvas #Loose Fit: Generous fit through the seat and thigh with the most room to move and a straight leg opening #Double-layer knees with openings for adding knee pads and cleaning out debris #Heavy-hauling reinforced back pockets for hand tools and more #Multiple tool and utility pockets with left-leg hammer loop #Made in the USA
First I want to say the styling and durability of these pants are unmatched. I've been buying them for 20 years. It is the bagginess which is the biggest drawback. By loose they are loose. It's an uncomfortable loose fit. Consider perhaps offering an option to input leg measurements so customers can get an ideal fit. You could charge double the current price for this option. Easily ask for $100 or more. I've purchased a couple of pairs to have them altered but to no avail now they are unwearable. Some companies are offering similar pants, the same styling more or less, in waxed and thin fit, for upwards of $300. It would really up your appeal to more customers.
Been ripping jeans for years, these are the first pair of pants that have held up for months on end. Loose enough to layer under in the winter and stop you from overheating in the summer. Knee pads are great and now I cant go without them.
Only nitpick was that I had to sew the hole in the bottom of the second layer shut and and open up the top to keep the kneepads from shifting or being visible
Well they are a little big for Joanne, But they fit this old man very well! I like how heavy they are ! It was hard to find good heavy canvas pants, now its time to brake them. They are very well made !
I was getting ready to vent on here but determined thst ot was not an issue here but rather my other pants ( h20 ) from another manufacturer sent me pants that were 30 in. on inseam but labeled as a 32 " inseam. since they fit well I ordered same from carhartt.. only now they are too long. so I'll get them hemmed up and pay closer attention next time. as far as pants go these will last a good while. I have two carhartt lined coats with removable hood that are made of same canvas quack, quack, quack!! and they are high quality and serve well
For quite some time now, the pants sizes that I have ordered have been at least two sizes too small. I have older Carhartt pants that fit me fine and I have worn them till they are rags; now, when I order the same pants, same style and cut at the same size, I receive pants that are at least two to three sizes to small. What is going on with Carhartt? I am returning the two pair of pants that I purchased; I may not order from Carhartt ever again.
What’s there to say really, they are pretty much an ideal pant for all kinds of work I do and still being made with quality in the USA. They last me a couple years and I’m on maybe my tenth pair? Don’t ever change them!
What I ordered are too small so I have not been able to wear them. My ratings are based on a pair of your coveralls that I purchased that while a little snug I am able to wear. I would recommend this product.
Simple, once you break these pants in the fit is amazing. Size up for the waist because Carhartt measures for your true waist, inseam is perfect. The pants balloon out at first but after consistent wear, they’re like a rugged glove.
PSA - They shrink a lot in the wash. They were waay way too long when they came so I hemmed them, then they shrank in the wash so now they’re too small. Had to order a second pair. They’re great pants I just wish I’d waited to hem them
My husband has loved these pants for years! He uses for work daily and are great when they come true to size. He usually wears a 30x30 and last time one pair came too tight that he hasn’t been able to wear them. He does get years out of them as an electrician who puts them to the test, they do hold up. Our only complaint is the difference in fit. We have a pair that he can’t wear and I’m sure too late to exchange so that’s a waste of $50:( I suggest getting a couple different pairs and making sure they fit but don’t expect to wear the same size next time. They could be different.
There American-made car Hertz they're built like tanks, the only thing that would make them better is if Carhartt started selling some type of oil wax to permeate the material their pants are made out of waterproof them and make them even tougher.