Carhartt Canvas Work Dungarees for Men
Best pants I can find
I have owned several pairs of these pants over the years and I keep coming back to them. They are the only work pants I can find that look good and fit my built lower body. It's nearly impossible these days to find pants that fit my thighs but arent too big on the waist. Thank you Carhartt for the 19" leg opening and please don't discontinue using it as then you'll join the ranks of being just like every other ignorant pant brand out there.
The only complaint I have is that the blue version of this pant will distress with faded blue and white marks and look really nasty after several months of washing. The color fades quickly but they still work good, just don't look good.
May 5, 2011
Great value and functionality
I have 4 pairs of these pants and I love them. They serve multiple applications. I work in a "business casual" environment and these are close enough to Khakis to wear to the office. I also wear them when its hot outside to ride on my motorcycle. The light weight material is much cooler than riding in jeans. I also like the cell phone pocket. It's easy to get out in a hurry even when sitting down. The only thing I dont like about them is they are always wrinkled even right out of the dryer. They also fit a little tighter than most pants I have with the same waist number so you may consider going up a size.
May 7, 2012
I have had my work dungarees for a while now and they have not ceased to disappoint. They have been through heavy yard-work, camping, trudging through thick meadows, mud, and fire & smoke.
Most impressively though, is their durability with my dirt bike. I have worn them through many a riding sessions and they have not yet ceased to amaze. Even today, when I wiped out on a gravel road doing doing about 20 mph and slid across the road, they protected my legs from any scratches or scrapes AND they still look brand new. While I may be bruised and hurting, at least my Carhartts are still looking good.
November 22, 2008
great pants, except leg openings
I hate to give these pants a so-so review, especially on subjective things. These pants are great except for one thing I hate, and that is the 19" leg openings. For me, and the types of boots I wear, having these huge leg openings means that there is no bunching of the pants whatsoever at the bottom of the leg. You pretty much have to have them hemmed at dress pant lengths to make sure you aren't stepping on the back of your pants all day, so they ride high when you bend over or sit down. Most guys I know who wear boots regularly prefer to have at least a little fabric-gathering at the bottom, and these pants make that impossible, unless you are wearing some huge boots. I would like to see these taken down to 17" and they would be perfect.
February 22, 2011