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Washed-Duck Double-Front Work Dungaree

Men's Loose Original Fit

$49.99

Product Features

Built for long wear.

12-ounce, 100% cotton ring-spun washed duck

Sits slightly above the waist

Full seat and thigh

Double front with cleanout openings that accommodate knee pads

Multiple tool and utility pockets with left-leg hammer loop

Straight leg opening

MEN'S LOOSE ORIGINAL FIT

• Full-fitting seat and thigh

THESE PANTS GIVE OTHER PANTS A KICK IN THE PANTS.

Our double-front styles provide an extra layer of durable fabric in the knees to prevent wear and tear.

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4.2 / 5.0
41 Reviews
5 Stars
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1 Star
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Appearance
4.3 / 5
Durability
4.6 / 5
Quality
4.7 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Width
Runs Narrow
 
Runs Wide
Appearance
3 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Each pair fit different
I have several pairs of these pant but some fit really good and some fit really big in the leg upper thigh and at the bottom. The ones that fit good look good the ones that fit big don't look good at all . Makes it very hard to find the right pants
November 19, 2015
Age:
18-19
Gender:
Male
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
After 15 years of searching, I've found my pants
For about the last 15 years I've dealt with levis axing their silvertab line, which was my high school go-to jean/pant. Around that same time, skinny jeans (don't get me started) started gaining popularity and even the fits that were INTENDED to be "loose" or "relaxed" started to slim up on me... not because I gained weight, apparently everyone else was getting terribly skinny all of the sudden and the manufacturers and designers decided everyone wanted tighter jeans. Nope... not at all. If anyone else out there is like me, you felt alienated. It's hard finding pants that fit my body type well. Silvertabs were cut generously to accommodate my round butt and thicker thighs without accentuating them and making me look "curvier" than I wish to look outside of the bedroom. I have missed silvertabs and scoured the world(wide web) looking for a vintage pair in my size, but no dice... until I shopped for carhartts based on my new employer's recommendation. She has a lot of STYLE, so I took her word and hit a "warehouse" where "sportsmen" shop in the area. I tried them on in the store and could have(but restrained myself) let out a gutteral moan of pent up pleasure after turning to the side and seeing that lack of visible bubble-butt. In my own little world, this was a MAJOR breakthrough. The best fitting "other brand" jeans/pants I have been wearing were almost all too tight, all washed poorly, wore quickly, and most never fit well after a single wash which caused a lot of tugging in the crotch and thighs when walking. My Carhartts DON'T TUG AT ALL. They really do feel more like pajamas than pants. The only other type of pants I can say fit well and look nice on me are dress slacks or suit pants. Can't wear that every day, all day... especially not doing my work. Not only are my b11 & b36 Carhartts a perfect "fit", they are handsome and the most durable pants money can buy. I am a fairly new Carhartt "user", I will be adding more bulletproof carhartts to my meager collection and then I might just stop buying clothes in general for a few years and save up for an extravagant trip, lol. If I do, I'll pack a new crisp pair of b11's in my carry-on, in case I meet a woman... a woman with a discerning eye.

I've read some reviews asking for slimmer b11 and b36 pants, so they fit like the b01 style they usually buy. My advice to them would be: "Buy the b01 again, if that is your preferred fit."

Please, Carhartt, do not change the way these pants fit, if retailers are only offering a limited selection, perhaps a small tag showing the various fits could be attached to the clothing, so consumers realize they have options, before deciding "the brand" itself is limited in selection, or before some might assume Carhartt makes one single fit, that changes on occasion. Again, please do not make changes to the fit, it's perfect for the majority and fills a huge void in the "curvy-manly-men" clothing category. I think awareness of the options and fit differences would have eliminated most of the low star reviews of these pants. I say 5 STARS and DO NOT CHANGE! My Carhartt b11's and b36's are the BEST, just like YOU!

Thanks!
October 1, 2015
Portland, OR
Age:
25-34
Gender:
Male
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
To small around waist
All my other jeans I buy 34 in and then fit perfect a little to big but carharrt 34 run way to small and I barely fit after the first wash I love my carharrt just wish the sizing was a little better
November 15, 2015
Age:
20-24
Gender:
Male
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Good pants I'll most likely stick to b136
B136 are the only pants that I haven't had issues with. They fit true to size and are durable and I'm a plumber constantly crawling underneath houses dragging them against rock, dirt, mud ect. Strong comfortable pants I highly recommend.
March 3, 2016
Age:
20-24
Gender:
Male
Appearance
1 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Running way too big
I have worn Carhart for years. The last pair of these pants I bought online were way too long. Today I went to nearest store and found the same thing. I have worn 34x32 for the 10 years but had to buy 34x30. I am worried that they won't fit well but I have no other recourse. If this issue isn't fixed or explained I might have to change brands.
September 21, 2015
Age:
35-44
Gender:
Male
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Awesome pants
Have had 3 pairs of these pants for the past 3 years and I wear them almost daily. They are coming down to the end of their useful lives but I'm still using them. Sure they've got some holes and wear to them but nothing the sewing machine can't fix. I have been absolutely impressed by these pants, never had anything that lasted this long. They are definitely worth the extra bucks but if you look you can find them for a deal sometimes. Also the most comfortable pants I've ever worn. The only problem I've ever had with them is that they seem to wear holes on the corners of the rear pockets pretty quick. I've had that same problem with other carhartt pants too.
June 9, 2011
Big Sandy, TX
Age:
18-19
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
2 same size, one of which is unwearable
I Had got 2 pair recently, both the same size 28x32.
one of them fits perfectly, i could not ask for a better pair of pants. when i first got this pair i thought it was a little to long for me but fit perfectly around my waist, after going through the wash it lost some length. these are now my favorite pair of pants, and i wear them before any others and longer than any others.

The other pair which is supposed to be the same size i cant even consider my worst fitting pair of pants because they are so tight they were a waist of money and unwearable.
if i have two pairs of pants i got at the same time one of them shouldn't fit so badly that i refuse to wear them.
Id rather keep wearing wranglers despite being lower quality then Carhartt if Carhartts fit is going to be so drastically different between pants of the same exact size.
January 4, 2016
Age:
18-19
Gender:
Male
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
3 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Terrible Fit
It's been several years since I bought Carhartt products. I love the idea of them, (tough, nice looking, work-casual wear) but the reality falls short. It seems the sizing has gotten pretty screwed up. I put on a pair of pants in sizing that I normally wear (34x34) and the waist was was way too tight, and the legs were way too long and baggy. I felt like I was MC Hammer wearing balloon pants. I am tall and slim, but not skeletal, I could have easily gotten both my legs into on one leg hole.

For comparison, I took out one of my favorite pair of older double front Carhartt pants and laid them over the new pair. Sure enough, the legs were about two to three inches longer, about two inches wider, the crotch lower, and the waist smaller.

I sent the double fronts back, but kept two pairs of canvas work pants and took them to be altered. It cost as much as the pants to have them altered to sorta-fit-better. So now I have Carhartt pants that sorta-fit for the double the cost. I am hoping it is worth it.
June 24, 2014
Santa Fe, NM
Age:
35-44
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
3 / 5
Durability
3 / 5
Fit is very baggy compared to USA B01 version
I picked up a pair of these on sale. I've been wearing several pairs of the USA made B01 version of these pants for years and have always been quite happy with the fit. These, however, are excessively baggy except for the actual waist size. The amount of extra room around my legs is somewhat frustrating and adds some weight. I'll be sticking with the USA made B01.
April 15, 2015
Age:
35-44
Gender:
Male
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
1 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Looks like wearing baggy diapers
They are well made, but are beyond baggy in the area around the front pockets, but are tight in the groin and butt. They do not fit at all like the picture of the man wearing the green pair on the website.
November 15, 2015
Age:
55-64
Gender:
Male
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What is the source of this product?
A shopper on Jun 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This product is imported.
What is the leg opening?
A shopper on Jun 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The circumference of the leg opening varies by size. In order to better assist you please contact us at 800-833-3118 Monday-Friday from 8am-8pm EST with the size you are interested in.