As rugged as they come, these men's cargo pants also offer the flexibility you need on the job. The ripstop fabric fights sweat and odor as you work. It's cut for a relaxed fit, with a straight leg opening that tucks inside most work boots.
7-ounce, 92% nylon / 8% spandex stretch ripstop
Built to move with Rugged Flex® stretch technology
Built with Force technology to wick sweat, dry fast, and fight odors
FastDry® technology keeps you cool for all day comfort
Comfortable fit through the seat and thigh with more room to move and a straight leg opening
Strong sewn-on-seam belt loops
Comfortable gusseted crotch for more stretch between the legs
My work day consists of a lot of hiking thru the brush and these pants are a little thin for this. I can feel the thorns from some plants poking thru the pants. The cargo pockets are a little low so if you put stuff in them they can get under your knee when squatting down. They are a little tight around the upper thigh and across the top of my butt.
I bought my husband all new work clothes, 5 shirts and 5 pants, just to put a pep in his step. These are our favorite pair we received and he has gotten recognition at work for these because they're pretty damn cool. Delivery was amazing by the way. Everything was delivered before the estimated arrival time! 10/10 would recommend and we will be back! (:
Typical Carhartt construction and quality. I really like the Force Tappen cargo pant, but they are hard to find in my size. I decided to try these as an alternative. The cargo pockets are a little big and my cell phone gets lost in them. There is a seam at the bottom of the cargo pockets ends up right over my knee which is irritating. Other than that they are ok.
I am a Forester and I need work pants that will hold up to the aginst the forest. They are a great fit, and the pockets provide room for equipment, however, it does not protect the evil rubus(blackberry) and other thorned plants.
I like the look and the fit and they are comfortable but why change from the old styling when it was perfect.
I like the new material but I don't like the styling changes from the old style. The phone pocket is set too low and you can feel the bottom of your phone on the side of your knee. Annoying. Don't understand why you have holes in the flaps for the side pockets. Why have flaps if it doesn't cover the pocket. No flaps on the back pockets? Are you trying to save money.
Don't buy if you do any actual labor. For the guy who stands around all day
Great if you're just standing around all day. If you do flooring or roofing look for something else. Blew holes in the knees in the first week . The seams on the knee rubbed a raw spot on the top of my knee cap from rubbing while putting in a floor. 2 stars only because of the good fit.
Total bs on the “relaxed fit” claim. The waist was fine just my thighs were uncomfortably tight. Would not recommend if you’re a tradesman. How tight these pants are and you’re job requiring you to be able to move, you’re going to have a bad time.
I sought to replace my favorite work pants, the cargo rip-stop from a couple years ago. Hoped to get a duplicate, but clearly the design has been modified and this pair is of a different material, fit, and design as my old pair. Not for the better in all regards. Lack of doubling at the knee with the pocket, lack of reinforcement at the side pocket where a tape measure could be clipped. Holes in the flaps in the leg pockets...why have flaps if things can still get out?? Cell phone pockets are not as deep, phone projects and can get caught on things. The old cargo pants didn't have that problem.
All changes for the worse. Still comfortable fit though, but it's the longest 30 inseam I've ever encountered. I suppose somebody sized for shrinkage but this material didn't shrink in the wash.
These aren't bad pants, it's only that these aren't the pants which Carhartt used to make...which were my personal fav.
Comfy material, too lightweight for commercial construction
Lightweight and breathable. Cargo pockets are useless for carrying tools, I wish there was a pair of double fronted pants with dungaree style side pockets made from this material. Single front knees won’t last long on a construction site.
Enjoy new work pants. Appreciate Carhartt history for making durable work clothes. I look fwd to many years of use. Initially, not satisfied with sizes. It’s clear to me that cargo pants run smaller than actual.
Ran a lot smaller than their pants comparison to other brands other than that they looked great and felt great if you run into this problem in the future return them do not exchange them it takes a lot longer to get them back
Good, thanks but all of the others besides these ar disappointing. I buy the cargo pants because Carhartt hads historically had snaps on the side pockets, but changed it to Velcro. Aside from that that all is still good with this particular pant.
The cargo pockets on the thighs were designed to sit too low and are actually next to my knees at the bottom end. This means that if I carry anything in those pockets, the items rub against the side of my knees.