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Carhartt B216

Carhartt Shoreline Waterproof Breathable Pant

Reg Price: $134.99
Now: $119.99 ($129.99 Big & Tall)

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Keep dry when it's not outside. Carhartt's Shoreline pant is great over your other Carhartt pants to keep you dry. It has double knees with a cleanout bottom that accomodates kneepads and an ankle-to-waist two-way leg zipper for easy on-off.

•  7.3-ounce, 100% nylon oxford shell
•  Storm Defender® waterproof breathable membrane and Rain Defender® durable water-repellent finish
•  Fully taped waterproof seams
•  Polyester mesh lining, nylon taffeta lining from the knee down
•  Elastic waistband with hook-and-loop side adjusters
•  Chap-style double front construction
•  Double knee with cleanout openings that accommodate knee pads
•  Ankle-to-waist, two way leg zippers with double storm flaps
•  Reinforced nylon leg bottom kick panels
•  Snap adjustable leg openings
•  Triple-stitched main seams
•  Inseam: Large Regular: 31 inches; Large Tall: 33 inches
 
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 15 reviewers
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February 6, 2016

From: Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
I wore these on a snow machine trip in AK. It was 25 below zero when took out and was traveling at about 40 miles per hour. No cold or wet got into these pants period.
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3 / 5
Top of side zippers hurt, no fly, no side pockets.
January 2, 2016

From: Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
I bought the pants because the bibs won't work the way I need them to (see my review of them under EXTREMES® ZIP-TO-WAIST BIBERALL / ARCTIC QUILT LINED for an explanation. ) The full zip feature is a brilliant idea it makes life easer. I wish they would put it on the bibs, having said that.... I chose a size of pant way bigger then I wear so I could get the belt line higher up on my torso so as to prevent snow down the pant, then I use suspenders to hold them up. I were shorts under the pants so they need to be baggy for access & comfort. This is were the discomfort part comes in to play. The top of the zippers at the belt line have a tendency to dig into my sides, it is quite uncomfortable after just a few minutes of wearing them, I can only imagine how uncomfortable it would be if they were properly sized such that I could wear them around my waist. I think if they put a flap of material on the inside of beltline that would resolve that issue, other than that they're a pretty good pant. ALSO I need to go! but I can't as there is no fly. I have to drop my drawers to go. Please put a zipper in the front panel so I don't have to disrobe just to urinate. Side pockets as well. Please!
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1 / 5
No Fly.....don't buy
November 1, 2015

From: Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
I purchased these for work and recreation. I wore them ice fishing once and won't ever wear them again. They are awkward to put on and they don't have a fly so trying to relieve myself was an incredible pain. I'll never put these on again which is awful because I am a huge fan of Carhartt. This product is just unfortunately a fail. I'm writing this review because I found these again while shopping for a replacement for them and am shocked that Carhartt is still selling them.
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5 / 5
Great for Wet Motorcycle Rides too
May 29, 2014

From: King of Prussia , Pa. Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
These are really nice . I haven't had a chance to check them out in the rain just yet , but I can tell that they are going to be just perfect for what I need them for . They are well manufactured . The only gripe I have is that I thought a size large was going to be too small . I am 6ft tall , and weigh 215 pounds . I do have skinny legs and my waist size is a 36" . The large is bigger than expected . The length is perfect for me ( may even be a little longer than expected to tell you the truth but it is better to have them longer than shorter ) . But I tried them on and there are these velcro adjustments on each side of pants at the waist . I pulled them as tight as it would let me but still feels like there is some extra room . ( and yes -- I did try them on over a pair of jeans - my carhartt work jeans ) . -- But still -- all in all , I think a size medium would be too small ) . But these will work . I bought them for those wet motorcycle rides . I do recommend .

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Great choice for wet/cold weather!
April 3, 2014

From: McCall, ID Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
These pants work great as a waterproof layer and keep you warm too. I love the full length zipper on the legs. Typical great Carhartt quality and durability.

Yes, I recommend this product.
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Best Rain Gear I have Ever Had
October 15, 2011

From: Portland, OR Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
I work all over the Pacific Northwest, and I purchased my pair of these rain pants 2 or 3 years ago. Now I can't speak for this new generation of waterproof breathable pant, but the pair I have has been put through rigorous 10+ hour beatings in the woods, rain, snow, and sometimes shine, and I have never been wet once other than a little ring around the boot line which can be solved with a gaiter. The rain gear does get a little heavier when wet, but thats a given for any wet material. As for windproof, I can attest that at 70 mph in the rain, you don't feel a thing. My only gripe with these pants is the elastic waist band. Carhartt, if you aren't going to make a bib version of these please put belt loops on the pants. Regretfully, I will have to get a new pair for the seams finally ripped on the inside at the knee on both legs. Again, Carhartt I believe you can remedy this problem by extending the double leg around the inside of the knee as a friction barier for the seam. In the end it was money well spent.
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5 / 5
Well Made
September 16, 2011

From: West central Indiana Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
I was very pleased with the quality of this jacket and the pants as well. I bought them primarily to use when riding my motorcycle and have been caught in a couple downpours. They kept me completely dry no problem. I choked a little bit at the combined price of them, but they are very well made, work well, and I consider them worth the money.

Yes, I recommend this product.
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Not at All Waterproof
February 28, 2011

From: Portland, OR Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
Don't waste your money! I am a forester in the Pacific Northwest and needed heavy-duty rain gear. I got these pants less than a year ago. These pants are not even remotely waterproof. I am soaked to the skin after just walking in wet grass or underbrush. Not just at the seams, but all through the pants themselves. Forget being out in the rain! When they are saturated with water they weigh a ton and are very uncomfortable to work in. This was my first Carhartt purchase and most likely my last.
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Just what looking for
February 6, 2011

From: Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
Finally found exactly what we were looking for. Very thankful for the carhart.com website.
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Not there yet
November 30, 2010

From: Stanwood, WA Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
I buy a lot of Carhartt gear. Basically the Carhartt poster boy when I'm working. They should send me this stuff to test so that we could avoid this mess. I have the pants and jacket combo and get soaked in a good rain. I don't know why but the water will just push right though when I carry materials. In a heavy rain the water just pours in without contact. Working in the construction industry I have learned to depend on Carhartt for my clothing but this really disappointed. At the end of a good rain I look like I wet myself and my whole torso is soaked. Unsat Carhartt. Hopefully this changes, until then I'm gonna have to find another rain gear.
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