Carhartt 5-Pocket Traditional Fit Jeans for Men
Not like they used to be
I've been buying these for about 6 yrs. now. The last 4 pair all developed holes on inside top corner of rear pockets. Causing them to rip out prematurely. In my opinion. Shame to trash jeans that don't look worn at all hardly expect for rear pockets ripping out.
For heavyweight jeans I usually get outstanding wear. Maybe I got a bad batch. They had brown pockets. If that makes a difference I doubt it. Will try comfort fit next.
November 16, 2014
Do not hesitate!
I am completely satisfied with this purchase.
When I first thought about buying Carhartt jeans... I was a little hesitant to be completely honest.
I knew Carhartt Jackets and coats were the best I've owned as were the double front logger jeans... but regular jeans? The famous brand I have always purchased fit well and looked good... so why change?
Price was my first problem. How could Carhartt sell an equal product for less? Hah, what a fool I was.
Not only are the Carhartt jeans equal, but the stitching, fit, material grade, and fit far exceed my old brand.
Will I purchase Carhartt in the future? You Bet I will!
If you're like I was... fear not! Go ahead buy them. You'll be glad you did.
February 10, 2010
Best blue jeans out there
These jeans are made with extra rugged denim yet are very comfortable. The seams are double stitched. It is gratifying to see this level of workmanship and high quality materials being used to make blue jeans the old way. Forget the jeans with the leather label picturing two mules pulling the pants apart. These jeans can actually withstand that kind of treatment, and they have all seven belt loops. These days poor quality often hides behind designer status to boost profits. If you are hard working and value good old fashinoned quality, Carhartt IS your designer status.
January 12, 2010