On or off the trail, these men's work pants keep you moving. They're made of water-repellent canvas with enough stretch for you to kneel or squat comfortably. The straight leg opening fits over most boots, plus it's reinforced at the cuff to reduce abrasion. Features:
Rain Defender® durable water repellent (DWR) keeps you dry and moving in light rain
Built to move with Rugged Flex stretch technology
Carstrong® durable reinforced cuff and hem help prevent wear and tear
Sits at the waist with a relaxed seat and thigh and a straight leg opening
Strong, on-seam belt loops
Comfortable gusseted crotch for more stretch between the legs
Front and back pockets; Right-leg secured cell phone pocket
I am 6’1”, 180 lbs and I got the 34x32, I Need a belt to wear these Comfortably but they were the size that fit the best. Let me start out by saying I have had these pants for 2 years now and they are my personal favorite brush pants, I walk well over 120+ miles on foot every spring In search of whitetail sheds, majority of stuff I’m walking through is thick, nasty and thorny. These pants have been through hell and back and are ready to go again. Slight pilling where I’ve got hung up pretty good but I have absolutely no worries about trucking though a thicket of briars and having a rip in these. They are tough. They also have a little bit or water resistance to them which makes water bead and drip off. The ONLY complaint I could think of is that burrs do stick to these pants, like any other clothing item I’ve work in the woods, still easy to get off though. When looking for your next pair of brush pants, buy these.
These pants let you get where these guys are hiding.
I am a M, 5'11", 195-210. I ordered a 34x32. I cannot read the size label on my canvass Carhartts to compare, sorry. I work in outdoor labor in the Pacific Northwest. Landscape to trail work. Lots of rain.
I said "runs small" compared to traditional double canvass tube Carhartts (the pants we call "Carhartts"). These 'Rugged Flex Upland Field Pant' have a very sporty geometry in comparison, like Fiero vs. an F-150. I got used to the sport cut quickly.
I got these pants and I am not sure if they will make the field. They fit really well, flex in the groin, you can bend or stoop down in amazing comfort. I wear them to do anything they look great and I will be buying a few more . Great job to Dawn and the Pittsburgh store on this great recommendation.
These are some nice pants and fit as expected. There is a nice amount of give in the material so they give when you move. Because of this they don't bunch up either when kneeling. The stitching on all the seams looks good. The thickness of the fabric is just right too. These pants with the special price adds up to a good value in my book.
Fortunate to have purchased when on sale however, now that I have worn them I would have gladly paid full price. These pants are everything they claim to be. I would buy another pair today if there were additional color options
I definitely upgraded when these arrived in the mail. I had another brand of brush pants that are starting to get old and procure holes. I love the Carhartt brand so I saw these pants and bought them. As soon as they arrived, I tried them on and my wife immediately started complimenting on how nice they looked. They are comfortable, great feeling material, and I bought a size up so I can layer underneath (if needed) and for the bigger seat. I normally wear 36x34 and read other reviews saying they run a little small, they do not. They are pretty true to size!
I puchased one pair and tried them out. I liked them so well that I ordered two other pairs. I did order my "normal" size of pant in the waist and it fits just about right with no extra room. Maybe be aware of that. Most pants have a little more give in the waist at my normal size. These really don't...but I like them anyway.
A little disappointed as they are not as thick and heavy on the nylon face as other brush pants I have had in the past. I expect Carhartt to have the toughest, like everything else I get from them! They are light and comfortable, but I bought them more for brush protection. I hope they will hold up to the briars when field hunting. We will see...
Great pants. Love them. And great value compared to so many other more expensive brands. Runs small in the waist and plenty of length in the inseam. I bought the upland field coat also and it is superb. Packed with features and super practical.
Runs Small. Way Small. Like "Carhartt, do you even measure in standard inches, small."
I wear a 32" waist in every pant known to man. That's mostly because my waist is just under 32" and I expect most pants manufacturers to use the same "inch" measurement as the next. Not Carhartt. These "32-inch waist" fit like 26". And it's just Carhartt. Forget it. Order a range of 6 sizes and try them on. What a ridiculous waste of time and shipping fees.
Size runs small I’m a 36 waist 32 inseam. Had to order a 38. I bought these pants because I enjoy the rugged flex line of my other jeans and khakis. I am an upland hunter and need something strong and durable. These, are not it. I can feel every large thorn that I ran into. Even noticed the thorns tear away some threads. I wear them for hiking and more mobile outdoor activities. If looking for a rugged tough upland pant, these are not them. Although good for other outdoor activities.
Wearing them as I write this.. it sounds like the sizing is a little off and I’d agree.. I’m normally a 32x32 in a Prana Brion pant and they suggested I go with a 34x32. I ordered a 33x34 and the waist fits great but man are they long. Wish I’d got the 32’s but they’re a great pant and I’ll definitely be buying another pair.
Pants look great .fit great. but they are not very durable. Took him out for one weekend and tore them to shreds. Just expected more out of a carhartt product. Carhartt was good and warranted them. But I'm expecting the same out of this pair.
Amazing hiking, outdoors pant - not suited for real “work”.
Decent pants overall. Incredibly comfortable I will say, but not much of a “work” pant if you ask me. They will rip incredibly easily, the seams will start to fray after about 4 wears, and I found out last week that they melt really really easily if your leg is near an exhaust pipe.
Other than that they do run maybe a half size small on the waist, not a big deal imo.
I'm a marine technician, and I'm constantly working in a wet environment, from small splashes to out-right drenching. The Upland pant has been the best investment I've ever made, as far as needed a comfortable and durable pair of pants, that keeps me dry from the lighter "non-drenching" workload. Carhartt, you hit a serious home-run!!!