Carhartt® Unlined Duck Bib Overalls for Men
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- Heavyweight 12-ounce, cotton duck
- Double knees
- Multiple tool pockets
Made of heavy 12-ounce, cotton duck, the Carhartt® Unlined Duck Bib Overalls for Men feature a variety of tool and utility pockets as well as a hammer loop. Double knees can accommodate knee pads and feature cleanout bottoms. Back pockets are reinforced for durability.
Manufacturer style #: R01.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 42
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scow Great!Great!Great!
Great product - really holds up well. Ordering directly through you was easy, and prompt. Definitely will order through you again!
April 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by basskiller45 great bibs
These bibs are great quality material but run about a 1 to 2 sizes small i would order 1-2 sizes bigger than yout sizei would definitely buy again
March 10, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by coffeecowboy Fit is weird.
Carhartt recommends getting 4 inches more in the waist and 2 inches shorter than your actual inseam. I'm 6', 160 lbs and wear a 32x34 Carhartt pant so I bought a 36x32 overall. I now own a pair of Carhartt Bib Knickers. The legs hit just above my ankle and the suspender straps are maxed out. They are also very tight in the crotch area.
I'd recommend buying 4 inches more in the waist and inseam than your usual size.
December 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lineman863 Great Overalls, will shrink.
I have owned 2 pairs of these overalls for several years, along with my many other Carhartt products, and I most say they are top notch.
I am a Journeyman lineman, and when ever I get a new apprentice the first thing we do is drive to the store and buy them a pair even if I have to lend them the money. I teach my apprentice to do things right and the correct clothes is the first step, dress like pro you will be a pro, dress safe and we all go home.
The only draw back to these coveralls is sizing, and its not really a drawback more of something to be aware of. This is not the time to try and flatter yourself by getting the wrong size coveralls, lets be honest are you really a 34 inch waist or are you sucking in a bit when you put your pants on.
So be sure to ADD 1 SIZE IN LENGTH and 1-2 SIZE IN WAIST.
You will need this for shrinkage and any extra layer you will have under the overall, because most of us will have shorts or long johns underneath.
Do yourself a favor spend the few extra bucks and don't buy that cheep thing from wally-world, these will save you in the end when your not replacing them in 6 months.
Final note there a few reviews on her saying there overalls are wearing out fast, call Carhartt they stand behind there products.
December 19, 2012
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