Carhartt built these men's jeans to meet the demands of rugged work environments. They're made of heavyweight denim with a double-layer front that has openings for knee pads. Carhartt's roomiest cut offers plenty of room through the seat and thigh. #15-ounce, 100% cotton denim #Loose Fit: Generous fit through the seat and thigh with the most room to move and a straight leg opening #Strong sewn-on-seam belt loops #Double-layer knees with openings for adding knee pads and cleaning out debris #Heavy-hauling reinforced back pockets #Multiple tool and utility pockets with left-leg hammer loop #Imported
If you are in the trades and want a nice pair of work pants these are it. The waist was true to my normal size but the length on the legs run long. They come a little baggy but after two or three wash cycles they fit like any other pair of jeans. Hope this is helpful. Love these jeans!
Jeans don’t last like they used to . I’ve been wearing this style jean in in pre washed and non washed for 25 years . They discontinued the non washed so this is what we are left with . The crotch blows out way before the rest of the pant is wore out . Jean material tears like newspaper once a small hole starts . Carrhart used to make work clothes now I think they using designer denim to make their pants . Bring back the quality and people will pay for it
Really disappointed paid to much for poor quality.
I bought 4 pairs of the logger double front work jeans for work and thought they would be good pants. I’ve owned many carhartt work pants and jeans In the past but was really disappointed because 3 out of the 4 pairs have torn at the rivets on the front. 1 tore by the rivets by the back pockets and 1 tore in the crotch just from raising my leg up to step up a ladder. They all seemed worn thin in some areas like in the crotch and around the rivets when I got them new so I’m not sure if that has something to do with them wearing out so fast or not but I won’t be buying them again. Thought they would be better quality considering they cost almost $50 a pair.
Love these pants, very comfy and plenty of pocket space. Feel very nice and durable. Will definitely buy more. Fit very slightly too big for me but that’s an easy work around. Overall very solid pants 9.99/10.
They had the pants my husband wanted in stock. I ordered them and delivery was fast. I was impressed; every place else I order from have been taking FOREVER! Thank you Carhartt PS I bought my husband these same pants (logger double front panel) one year ago. He wore these pants every day, washed as needed, and these pants lasted him one year! He still has them and wears them for dirty jobs.
This particular style of jean is and has been perfect for my line of work the double front knee, and plenty of pockets. I usually get about 1-2 years worth of use as I am tuff on them, Constantly on my knees doing plumbing work. Carhartt Dungaree the original that were stiff as a board when they came in the mail, hopefully this new version will last me a good year. or longer.. Excellent jeans for sure 20+ year customer ????
I had a good first impression with these. Quickly noticed the durability was not the same as some of carhartts other pants. Figured I’d wear these anyway as I already had them. They fit good, quite comfortable, and look great. My problem comes into play with the material. I was simply bending over one day and a massive tear appeared on the seat of the pants, going from nearly the top of the pants down past the crotch on the back. Wish they still made the B07’s, as those are much more durable than these. I would wear those any day over these. The washed denim simply doesn’t compare, as I unfortunately learned rather quickly.
I have been buying the original Double Front Loggers for over 25 Years (the unwashed kind, that came where you could stand them up in the corner when purchased) This is the first pair that I have had to purchase of the washed style, since there is no longer any remaining stock of the originals. The best thing I can say about them is they are soft when you get them, and if you are city dweller that is trying to look like you actually work for a living, these are for you. Now as for those that actually work for a living and put these jeans through there paces, then you are buying a jean that is already half wore out. The latest pair only made it through two days of pushing through brush before they tore out a leg seam at the hem. While most would think that this is just the hazards of the job, the old pairs that I have withstood this kind of abuse for months before even showing signs of fatigue. Please bring back the originals.