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Carhartt Pants for Men

Why do people continue to count on Carhartt Pants to get them through their work day? Durability. Whether you choose relaxed, loose or dungaree fit, Carhartt work pants are built to last. All feature quality fabrics that are designed for a comfortable fit and provide ample room for movement.

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Carhartt B151 Canvas Work Dungaree Fit Pant

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Carhartt Canvas Work Dungaree Fit Pant
(Carhartt B151)
Reg Price: $49.99
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Recent Carhartt Men's Pants Reviews
Carhartt B151 Canvas Work Dungaree Fit PantCarhartt Canvas Work Dungaree Fit Pant (#B151)
7/10/2015

Reviewer: JeffTisot, Location: Cleveland, Occupation: Wireless telecom construction manager.
Best lightweight work pants!
Durable, lightweight, comfortable, plenty of pockets. If you work construction outdoors in the Summer, you need these.
Carhartt B151 Canvas Work Dungaree Fit PantCarhartt Canvas Work Dungaree Fit Pant (#B151)
7/4/2015

Reviewer: CLSmooth, Location: New York, Occupation: Contractor
Year Round
I wear these pants year round here on Long Island NY. Most comfortable work pants on the market. I must own twenty or so pairs. I am a general contractor who could easily go from the job site to an upscale restaurant to meet with architects or clients regarding a project wearing these pants and not feel out of place.
Carhartt B195 Double Front Canvas Work Dungaree Fit PantCarhartt Double Front Canvas Work Dungaree Fit Pant (#B195)
7/2/2015

Reviewer: DOC88, Location: PRESCOTT, AZ, Occupation: retired
STRONG AND LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIAL
Sturdy AND lightweight. Hard to find and good to wear. I wear these pants even in the coldest weather if I am tackling an outdoor task. After all, if you're working, especially in cold weather, you don't want to get overheated. I am female and 81 years of age. I garden, shovel snow, and tend to insist on quality in my clothing as well as in my tools and equipment. These trousers are perfect for me.
Carhartt B151 Canvas Work Dungaree Fit PantCarhartt Canvas Work Dungaree Fit Pant (#B151)
6/18/2015

Reviewer: BUBBA1, Location: SUSSEX, N.J., Occupation: Finish carpenter/woodworker
Very comfortable pants!
These pants are exactly what I need for the work I do especially at this time of year. They offer good protection and comfort, they're light weight yet very durable. I can't say enough how comfortable they are, I,ll be buying more. Typical quality from Carhartt.
Carhartt B151 Canvas Work Dungaree Fit PantCarhartt Canvas Work Dungaree Fit Pant (#B151)
6/18/2015

Reviewer: Fynn108, Location: Flagstaff, AZ, Occupation: Carpenter
"Original Fit" statement is misleading and and sizing inconsistant
I like Carhartt styling. I like the B151 style best. I like the cut, and the color options, and I used to like how they fit me. But in past two years your sizing has been all over the place. My inseam measures at about 33+ inches. Allowing for average shrinkage, I have purchased 33x34 pants for years - I have actually measured four different new pairs of Carhartts with a listed 34 inch inseam and found them to be three (3) inches longer than several pairs I still have of 33x34 which were purchased 1-2 years ago. Shrinkage may be a small percentage of the difference - but NOT 3 inches. I tried shrinking a newer pair with a labeled 34 inch inseam and after 5 washings in hot water and heated drying they are still way too long. I am now trying on 32 inch inseams - but believe me - the problem is not caused by my legs shrinking, and I weigh the same amount I did when I was in my twenties. I have actually measured several pairs of new pants before washing, and often find that the inseam can often be as much as 35+ inches. Since you don't make a 33 inch inseam, and I have never found a pair of 32 inch inseams to actually measure 33 inches - What exactly is your strategy in cutting the 34 inch pants at 35 inches? Has your design changed to make the butt section roomier and therefore increasing the distance from waist to cuff? They don't fit the way they used to, or as labeled. You asked for a review, so I tried to be honest. Sorry.
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