Carhartt® Washed Denim Double Front Jeans for Men
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Carhartt's Washed Denim Double Front Logger Jeans are made for the tough jobs. The chap-style double front design features a cleanout bottom that can accommodate knee pads, and the large leg openings fit easily over your work boots. Full seat and thigh for a comfortable fit. Color: Darkstone. Imported.
- 15-ounce, 100% cotton denim
- Sits at the natural waist
- Full seat and thigh
- Multiple tool and utility pockets
- Hammer loop
- Two reinforced back pockets
- Chap-style double front with cleanout bottom that can accommodate knee pads
- 19'' leg openings made to fit over work boots
Carhartt style #: B73.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20
Rated 5 out of 5 by flynrivers amazing work gear
best work pants i have ever worn, they out last every thing else i have ever worn
November 25, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by xxxxxxx dissapointed
I have been wearing the B73 double front logger dungeree for 15 years for work and away from work. I work for the union and have asked others about their satisfaction and they have noticed also that quality is going down hill. I am 6'11" and a large stature man and I have ordered the same size pants for a long time. Recently I have noticed that the pants have started to rip easily along the leg seam and in the crotch. Now when I go to order these pants they are no longer in stock? I have grown very dissatisfied with the quality and craftmenship. Wheres the loyalty to long standing customers?
August 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bunny Quality Issue with the belt loops
My husband has worn these jeans for the past 13 years, but we have noticed the last 6 pair bought in the last 2 1/2 years have had issues with the belt loops ripping. Other than that we are very satisfied with the overall wear of the jeans.
January 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Smittie Almost perfect
When I bought these jeans almost a year and a half ago, I was shocked by how well they fit in areas where most jeans just don't make the cut. I've been very impressed with carhartt in the past, so I felt comfortable paying the price for them.
They're heavy jeans, so they keep me warm on cold days when I'm out skidding logs or driving wagons with draft horses. However, I have to complain about the ability of these jeans to last. After about 7-8 months, the denim started to tear just above the "chaps" from my keys rubbing against that area and regular wear.
That's my only complaint, and I still recommend that anyone who does tough work outdoors get at least one pair, as they've lasted much longer than other jeans under the same conditions.
November 21, 2012
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