Made for legendary durability, these men's work pants use Carhartt's heavyweight washed cotton duck. They come equipped with multiple pockets and loops for stashing tools. The relaxed cut has a comfortable fit through the seat and thigh plus a straight leg opening. #12-ounce, 100% cotton ringspun washed duck canvas #Relaxed Fit: Comfortable fit through the seat and thigh with more room to move and a straight leg opening #Heavy-hauling reinforced back pockets for hand tools and more #Multiple tool and utility pockets with left-leg hammer loop #Imported
Pants seem fine it’s the design I needed slim fit these are like balloons in the thigh I have a tall small (skinny) employee and a short small employee I need 29x30 slim fit but exact same color and 30x34 or 30x36 depending shrinking after being washed
My teenage son does a lot of mechanic work, and he always wears these pants now. They are very comfortable and a lot tougher than jeans. Before he started wearing these 2 years ago he was always ripping his jeans.
The Good: Super soft and comfortable. Durable as well. The Bad: This model is HUGE. Unbelievably baggy and the leg openings at the bottom are enormous! Like bell bottoms from the 70’s.
I’m 6 feet tall and ordered a 32 inseam. They were 3 inches too long. Needless to say I sent them back and got a different model. Loose fit is better fitting than these. Just my experience. Hopefully yours will be better. Regardless I recommend ordering a size smaller in length than normal.
Great pants! Comfortable yet rugged. Long lasting and durable. Love the pocket layout of these B11 style pants, with 2 pockets on the right leg, and one on the left with a hammer loop too. Definitely recommend for a variety of uses!
I've worn this line of pants for 20 years. They are comfortable and feel great for work and play. They aren't as rugged as the double knee pants, but are a bit cooler and lighter. They generally fail in the knees but only after a good several-year-life.
I’m a OTR flatbed driver and I wore them a few times and love them plenty of movement in jeans tough fabric haven’t wore them yet in wet conditions so don’t know how they fair but I’m not scared to get wet
More comfortable right away than unwashed versions, which I usually buy but couldn't find. I have 3-4 year old unwashed styles that feel more substantial than these. I worry about their longevity/durability. Time will tell...
I am very disappointed that you no long have the Duck Work Pant in the "Dungaree Fit" style. Either that or make the "Loose Fit" style about 2-inches shorter. It is not convenient to have a seamstress to have to hem a new pair of pants. Shame on you Carhartt!