Designed for the toughest work conditions, Carhartt Bibs and Coveralls feature heavy-gauge fabric, metal rivets at stress points, heavy-duty zippers and triple-needle stitching. Choose unlined, quilt-lined or arctic quilt-lined.
Reviewer: Natty, Location: Arkansas, Occupation: Retired carpenter Back in the USA I can't tell you how pleased I was to see that these great overalls are once again made in the USA. The firm duck chore coat and unlined bibs should be next to bring the Carhartt legacy home where it belongs.
Reviewer: ssad, Location: OH, Occupation: Electrician What happened to the sizing? I have been buying these for my husband for 28 years now n these did not fit at all? Ordered same size wise as I always have as per his size. Was very disappointed.
I have since read that the sizing is different now. Not consistent through out the different styles. Was sad. Can not something as basic as this stay simple on the sizing? Not have to research each style b4 ordering for size?
Seriously? This isnt fashion design? They are carharts? Workwear? Why complicate it? Just really disappointed.
Not with the company or their service at all but that a product so basic is trying to conform.. If its not broke dont fix it?
Reviewer: LameBear, Location: Northern Michigan Second pair in a lifetime The last pair of these, that I still have, was purchased about 35 years ago. The reason I bought new ones is that, on the old ones, the zippers don't work too well anymore and the fabric is so old that it is starting to disintegrate at a few of the stress points.
I have spent many a near-zero and sub-zero morning curled up in a snowbank in my carhartts and capote while hunting. I also wear them when riding my motorcycle at temperatures down to 16*F. They are comfortable for playing in the bush and for working - ladders, construction, and cutting firewood. I still wear the old ones when doing the "messy" stuff and save the new ones for less damaging activities.
I expect this new pair will outlive me.