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 Pants are built to last. All feature quality fabrics that are designed for a comfortable fit and provide ample room for movement.
Reviewer: susquasch, Location: palmyra nj, Occupation: construction so far there great moving into winter i find them a little breazy and rain runs rite thru them. recamend u water proof them. need more room in the legs for winter long johns. always having knee pads is a great plus. they seem to stay cleaner than jean too
Reviewer: Raye, Location: Canada, Occupation: Electrician Great work pants with good pockets for tools! These pants may be made for men but work as unisex - fit women too! Great for an electrician with many useful pockets...
Reviewer: RBTInt, Location: Alberta, Occupation: drywaller, taper, painter Favorite work pant My husband will not wear any other - he is a drywaller, taper, painter by trade and loves these pants. They do not bag or stretch, they are long wearing and they wash up great (even after wearing them for oil changes etc.). They are also lighter weight than the heavier canvas pant which makes them more comfortable without sacrificing durability.
Reviewer: Highvltge, Location: NY, Occupation: Commercial/Industrial Electrician Weary at first, satisfied overall. For years, I've worn the B01 pant and they have never disappointed me in durability or functionality. I'm a slim guy, so naturally, the B01's fit a little baggy on me. When I found out about these, I had to give them a try; lo and behold, I am extremely satisfied with the fit. These seem to have the same durability as the original B01. My only cons are the wide sewn leg cuffs, and the lack of rear pocket/tool pocket rivets.
Reviewer: EDNurse, Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, Occupation: Nurse Great pants, very stiff I wear these pants to work, I am a nurse in an ER and they have plenty of pockets to hold all of my gear. They are tough enough to stand up to daily abuse but the trade off is that the material is a bit stiff and uncomfortable, after a few washes they may soften up.