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.
Reviewer: cb750chopper, Location: swift current sk, Occupation: carpenter - switching to engineering technologist so comfy its like not wearing pants at all Been a long time Carhartt diehard. first time I have tried the ripstop in a cargo pant, just excellent. I have only been wearing for a few weeks so i cannot comment on longevity, my last pair of ripstops lasted a long time. The cargo pockets are great, good size, really enjoy the outer pockets for easy access to e.d.c. items, without looking and feeling like a pack mule. Super comfortable and very professional looking especially for a cargo pant.
They did run a hair smaller than expected, ordered the same size waist as my other pants, that ive thought of downsizing because im almost swimming in them, but ordered the same size and they fit snug. If you like pants that fit a hair loose maybe order one size larger than normal. They do fit nice, hardly feels like your even wearing pants at all.
Reviewer: Coopdog, Location: lake charles, la, Occupation: Self Near perfect pants Carhartt should add a reinforced knife pocket to these for the perfect pants. I don't care for bulky cargo pockets so theses are nice. The cell phone pocket works great.
Reviewer: US7882, Location: Bay Area, CA., Occupation: Electrician double knee feature is faulty I purchased a size 33x30 and it was a little tight fitting compared to B136 and B195 pants and i have those pants at 32x30.
The main thing that bothered me was the knee inserts. The cargo pockets are sewed directly on to the doubleknee which cuts the space in half which has the knee inserts scrunched up on the inner thigh leaving the outer part of your knees exposed to hard floor. Hopefully they fix this one day.