Reviewer: Aspie22, Location: Aurora, CO Not truly a tall size in length!!! Carhartt is the only brand of overalls for tall women I have found that ARE NOT 100% cotton, which is exactly what I was looking for since what I got them for requires bending over frequently hence needing stretch and give to move. Not uncomfortably stiff as a board. The inseam on these measures 33", not actually 34." I am 5'10", 135 lbs and need a true 34" inseam or longer because pants are supposed to go a little under your feet, not above them. Also, even when I adjusted the shoulder straps the longest and loosest they go, they were still a little too tight in the shoulders when bending over and squatting to test them out. They only fit fine around width wise. I ordered a small tall, but am hesitant about exchanging them for a medium tall since Carhartt's sizing is so inconsistent! Their tops and jackets are made too big around in width and not long enough in length, so I can only wear the vests as far as jackets go since I don't have to worry about any sleeves being too short. The original fit Crawford Dungaree 97% cotton 3% spandex are great being long in length, but I ordered a 6 tall and they are pretty big around and in the fit overall. Guess that's what happens when clothing isn't made in the US!
Reviewer: Joseylynn1245, Location: Nashville, TN Don't know how I got through the winter without these! These coveralls were a SOLID purchase. Lots of space in the Smalls (I am a skinny 5'7") for layering, and I was pleased that the bottom accommodates long legs. And they are SO warm! Perfect for taking care of the horses and chickens on a cold winter day!
Reviewer: OlympiaX, Location: Lewisburg, Pa, Occupation: Kitchen and Bath designer and construction manager. Love these overalls! Great materials and construction on these overalls! I was especially pleased that the length was nice and long....cause I'm tall and that is often a problem. Make more Carhartt items in the USA! I rather spend more on clothing that is quality construction and materials than get something of inferior quality for less money.