Double-Front Painter Dungarees - Made in USA (#1101)
You cannot wear these out!
And I dare you to try. Great pants! You'd be hard pressed to find a tougher pant.
March 2, 2012
Good work pants
These pants are well made of heavy duty cotton and are holding up nicely to the demands of a professional painter. I like the double leg front, although none of my knee pads will fit through the tiny slit available. Pockets are deep. Phone pocket, in fact, is so deep I have trouble fishing my phone out. Initial fit in my usual size was perfect. They do shrink when washed, but so far, not so much as to make them uncomfortable, or to make me feel I should have ordered a size larger. Nice trim fit, actually, without being too snug. And best of all, they are made in the USA. That matters to me.
March 1, 2012
Great pants - husband loves them
Great fit. Very durable. Great price. Arrived promptly.
February 24, 2012
Husband has been painter for 30 years. Knees always go first. These last and he says they help keep his knees from hurting so much when cutting in baseboards.
February 18, 2012
Good, but watch size
Husband had just bought a pair of Carhartt in 34" which fit perfectly. We had to return the size 34" Roundhouse pants and ordered 36" instead. The waist fit fine but the rest were plenty baggy.
The quality seems to be as good as Carhartt pants, which we've always been happy with. We'll see if they last as long. We ordered these rather than Carhartt because C is more expensive and no longer make this jean in the USA.
May 17, 2013
These pants are as good as the old Carhartt pants and every bit as comfortable. The Pockets are deep enough and the fit is great. They do run at least 2" long so order accordingly.
May 4, 2012
Not a bad price
Nice price and quick delivery. Lots of things to choose from. They were just the pants I was looking for and the right size.
September 17, 2011
These pants are just ok.
These pants have all of the features we needed, but they do not seem to hold up quite as well as other brands we have bought in the past. They are already wearing out and are still fairly recently purchased.
September 13, 2011