Reviewer: Shakerag, Location: Ozark Mountains, Ar, Occupation: logger " about these style number dunagarees" I can pen a fair and objective review of these 'style-number' Carhartt dungarees
Nothing negative when considering the material they are made of
I have discovered--after decades--of heavy hard work what holds up and is confortable to wear. The Carhartt dungarees made from canvas or duck take longer to become soft than denim. I am into year 10 of one pair and they are really beginning to feel comfortable.
The big upside to these are that the material is tougher than heavy denim and are lasting longer.........
Any man who is a real logger and wears 50x32 pants and 3xl or 4xl tops knows that Carhartt style B07 or B73 are real logger dungarees but "NOW" after 50 years of wearing them Carhartt decided to not offer them in man sizes.
I am mad enough at Carhartt to bite a nail in to and so are more co-workers who do more than wear jeans up and down the isles of some mall.
Since the real man sizes have been cut off I have been forced to try every other brand of heavy denim logger dungarees. Some brands will have to do and are pretty good overall--just not the real deal.
If I knew who made the decision to stop producing the best work denims in my size I would challenge him to a arm wrestling contest and I would win!
Reviewer: Unhappy, Location: Oregon, Occupation: RN Product is great customer service not so much! 4 pairs of pants were for my son for Christmas... I finally got the correct pairs after 3 tries (once was my mistake) February 4th ;(
Reviewer: KJVailCO, Location: Vail, CO, Occupation: Electrician Finally a great pair of Carhartts without a hammer loop I have worn Carhartt pants and shorts for work for many years, and love them, but have never liked the hammer loop. It doesn't really work for me when I'm using a hammer, and just gets in the way when I'm not. Sure wish that they would make more pants without a loop, especially the double fronts.