Carhartt Men’s Double Front Washed Duck Work Dungaree Pant B136, Gravel, 34×30

Carhartt Men’s Double Front Washed Duck Work Dungaree Pant B136, Gravel, 34×30

  • 12-ounce, heavyweight, 100 percent ring-spun cotton duck
  • Chap-style, double-front panels
  • Double knees
  • Reviewed as the best value motorcycle riding pant available

Built for long wear with chap-style leg panels, carhartt’s double-front work dungaree also features double knees with cleanout bottoms that accommodate knee pads, Constructed of heavyweight 12-ounce, 100 percent ring-spun cotton duck, the dungaree sits at the natural waist and is cut with a full seat and thigh, It includes multiple tool and utility pockets, plus a hammer loop, Leg openings measure 19-inches to fit over work boots

List Price: $ 55.00

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3 thoughts on “Carhartt Men’s Double Front Washed Duck Work Dungaree Pant B136, Gravel, 34×30

  1. 16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Working well so far, March 5, 2011
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    Bought a pair for work, which is currently a mixed use metal shop. I’m both a welder and a designer, and had until this point been working in whatever old, beat up pair of cargo pants happened to be around. As I spend part of my time welding, grinding, fitting, etc. and part of it talking to designers, architects and other clients, I had started to worry about showing up to their offices looking either like a vagrant, or like I never did any real work if I changed into dressier slacks. These, I think, bridge that gap nicely.

    I like the double knee, though I’ve yet to try any inserts for kneeling. There’s enough fabric/padding that, at least on fairly flat concrete, it’s not uncomfortable for me to kneel for five or ten minutes. (30 year old knees in decent shape, your mileage may vary)

    I like the slightly more broken in feel of these. The non-washed version felt a little like I might find the skin worn off my thighs at the end of the day.

    As far as fit goes, I found the waist true to size. I ordered them a little long (I’m usually around a 31″ inseam) because the description made it sound like they might ride a bit high, but I ended up getting them hemmed to 30 1/2″, and I’d probably just order a 30″ inseam next time.

    I can’t speak to long term durability yet, as I’ve only been wearing them for a month. Here’s hoping.

    I do wish I could get other colours from the same supplier, but, due to some kind of stocking issue, the brown pair come from one company, with reasonable shipping, while if I want a pair in grey to break up the monotony, the shipping, to Canada, will cost as much as the pants. I like them, but they’re not $100 pants.

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  2. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great pants, material is far superior, January 12, 2008
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    E. M. LaDue-Ullman “elledue” (High Falls, NY United States) –
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    These Carhartt pants are of a much more machine wash friendly version. The weave of the fabric is softer, yet, just as durable. They are a huge improvement over the regular Carhartt products (the without “duck” pants)

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Heavy duty, every pair has slightly different sizing/fit., June 14, 2012
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    Ryan

    I’ve owned over half a dozen pairs all of the same size and each one fit differently. Some shorter than others, some tighter on the waist. Why? Other than that, they are a long lasting good strong pant.

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