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Carhartt WFRB160

Carhartt Women's Flame-Resistant Relaxed Fit Denim Jean

Reg Price: $82.00
Now: $72.00

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Carhartt's flame-resistant relaxed fit denim jean is as comfortable as it is durable.

•  14.75-ounce, FR denim: a blend of 88% cotton/12% high-tenacity nylon
•  Mid-rise waist for comfort
•  Contoured waistband eliminates gapping in back
•  Relaxed seat and thigh
•  Garment-washed for soft hand
•  Arc-resistant high-tension snap closure at waist
•  Brass zipper fly with Nomex® FR zipper tape
•  Two reinforced back pockets
•  Straight leg opening fits over work boot
•  Carhartt FR label sewn on back pocket; HRC 3 label sewn on coin pocket
•  NFPA 70E compliant and is UL® Classified to NFPA 2112
•  HRC - 3
•  ATPV(CAL/CM) - 25.0
•  CLOSEOUT COLORS
 
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by better than men's pants They run small. I wear an 18 in regular Carhart jeans. FR 18 was too small. Returned and re-ordered size 20. They also run long. I ordered 32 inseam which is what I am in regular jeans. These I had to order in 30 inseam. I don't have a big rear so very baggy in the butt. Be nice if they fit my bottom a bit better. They are heavy and built well so hoping they will last in the chemical plant I work in. February 25, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Meh... I am very pear shaped, so the men's FR pants my company supplied weren't working. I've tried both these denim jeans and the canvas style and they work a lot better. My major complaints with these pants are that they still gap in the back (I am very hippy so this is usually a problem for me), the wash is bright blue and ugly, and instead of a button in the front there's a snap. Also, I would recommend ordering a size up. I usually wear a size 16, but the 18's are a little snug. The other reviewer said these came up really high, but they hit me about 1/2" below my belly button. May 4, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by FRC's for Women Yet again a failed attempt at making COMFORTABLE pants/jeans for women. We are not built like men with waists. We are all different and I can tell you that when the waistband of a size 8 hits the bottom of my ribs we are in trouble. These jeans fits like they took a pair of mens and made the waist narrower. I can't breath! When I read mid rise I expect them to sit right below my waist, not inches above. The sizes doesn't match anything else. The worst part is that there is no where to buy them in a store, no one carries womens clothing so again I am stuck with COVERALLS!! Awful jeans that I would not recommend to any woman. January 20, 2009
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