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Relaxed-Fit Sandstone Kane Dungaree

Women's , Cotton Duck, Double-Front Construction

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Product Features

Loves to get dirty in the toughest places.

Straight leg

Contoured waistband prevents gapping in the back

Utility pockets

Utility band

Double front

Triple-stitched inseams

Imported

WOMEN'S RELAXED FIT
    • Contoured waistband prevents gapping in the back.
    • Mid rise, sits just below the waist.
    • Relaxed fit through hip and thigh.
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2.2 / 5.0
23 Reviews
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Appearance
2.7 / 5
Durability
3.2 / 5
Quality
4.5 / 5
Comfort
3.0 / 5
Fit
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Appearance
2 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Why change something that's not broken?
So disappointed in these pants. I'm a biologist that does work in the Arctic and have relied on Carhartts for their durability and warmth (even though they are not lined, the thick fabric seems to help cut some of the wind and most definitely helps keep me warm when temperatures start to drop). I'd been wearing men's Carhartts for years and was so excited that I no longer had to alter my pants when the WB136 model was introduced. It fit so well! It was a dream come true!! The waist did not gap, the thighs were well proportioned, and the pockets were deep enough and well cut so that you could actually keep items in them while working. After several field seasons my WB136 were showing some wear, and so I ordered this new version as a replacement. Though these new pants are made from the same thick cotton canvas and have good quality stitching, I have nothing else positive to say about them. The waist is HUGE and gappy - just like the men's pants are. The thighs are much larger, and the pockets are shallow and pretty much useless - items fall out of them, and their placement means that any items are pressing right into your thighs. I can't down-size in these pants as they also manage to be somewhat tight when bending over (i suppose the rise is still short?) despite being much too large all around. I've taken my pants in to have the waist altered and taken in twice, but this has not truly fixed the issue as the waistband is no longer flat and the bum of the pants looks all baggy. What were you thinking Carhartt???

I've also recently tried the newer double front pants - Series 1889 slim double front pants - in the same size as my beloved WB136 (you see - I'm not ready to write Carhartt off entirely just yet, and so have been game to give another model a try). These pants are a disappointment as well. Although perhaps they are designed for urban hipsters as opposed to someone that works outdoors? The material is much lighter and they are going to stand up to abuse about as well as pair of jeans will. The pockets on these slim pants are also shallow and useless for carrying items. I gave these pants a trial run on my last field season, and ended up using them on warmer days with a quick hike and no demanding work.

I'm going to take my new relaxed fit pants and use the material to patch up my old WB136's so I can get a little more use of out them.

Please bring back the old cut.
September 15, 2015
Age:
35-44
Gender:
Female
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
1 / 5
Durability
1 / 5
Want the old style WB 136 DKB's back!!!!
This new style is horrible. Too high of a waist, baggy hips, and crotch and the bottom leg cuffs are lame. Please make the old style WB 136 DKB's again!! So many of us love and need them!! I wont be buying anymore Carhartt pants till I can get my favorite ones. SUPER BUMMED!!!!! I really need a new pair, but like someone else said, I guess I will have to patch up my old ones for now.
November 15, 2015
Gender:
Female
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
3 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Solid work pants, disappointing fit
While I'm a huge Carhartt fan, these pants missed the mark for me, especially when compared to the old WB136.

Pros:
Fabric is durable, which I put to the test daily. On any given day I might be falling trees, turning wrenches on equipment or building buildings. These pants hold up.

Inseam length works for me. Usually pants are either too short or too long, but these are the perfect length for me.

Waist doesn't come up to my armpits.

Double fronts. See above on durability.

Minimal shrinkage. Always nice to have pants fit the same coming out of the wash as they did going in.

Cons:
While the fabric is durable, the color/colorfastness leaves much to be desired. I have to wear black pants at work, and these start out a faded black brand new and then get lighter over time/washing. My old WB136's and the men's black pants start out coal black and take a long time to fade, so I know extreme fading is not a characteristic of all Carhartt pants.

Have you guys seen a woman? Seriously? We have curves. The waist on these things is HUGE for the size and I'm not even particularly curvy. It's like they're designed for a no butt/all gut build. I have to get the waist taken in every time, which sucks when I'm already shelling out $55/pair and then have to tack on another $15/pair just so they fit right (they just bunch up uncomfortably if I cinch down my belt). This was NOT how the WB136's fit, nor, surprisingly, how the men's fit, even though I have to buy a size up in men's to accommodate my hips.

No hammer loop?!?!? The "utility bands" are anything but. What the heck am I supposed to do with them? Can't fit a hammer or other hand tools in them, tape measures clip on the belt and everything else goes in the pockets. Most of the time I forget they're even there, except when I try to put a hammer in the non existent hammer loop and get mad. You put them on the Crawfords and the 1889's(which I would buy if they came in black, but alas, they don't), why not the Kanes?

Don't get me wrong, I love my Carhartts, but please just give us working ladies pants that are functional and fit well. I guess I'll be going back to the men's pants, since I can at least get the features I want and I have to have them taken in regardless.
April 8, 2015
Eugene, OR
Age:
25-34
Gender:
Female
Field Tester:
null
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
2 / 5
Durability
1 / 5
Disappointed
I run a landscaping business and for years I've worn the old carharrt double front pants that you made. They would last a few seasons and the fit was perfect. I've bought a few pairs of the new styles both jeans and double front work pants and none even come close to what you've been making in the past. I really just need reliable 100% cotton work pants, and I think hard working women everywhere need that option as well. Please bring back the old 100% cotton styles and add them to your current line so all may be happy- the casual wearers as well as the women cutting down trees, working cattle and laying stone.
August 22, 2015
Appearance
2 / 5
Durability
3 / 5
Bring back the old styles of women's work pants
These are so devastatingly disappointing. I loved the WB136 for my heavy weight work pant and WB159 for a lighter weight for summer and less intense jobs. I was an 8x30 in both and they fit wonderfully. These new styles are horrible. I had to go down to a 6 and found inches gapping at my waist and them tight and uncomfortable on my thighs and I'm a pretty average size person. The worst thing is that the front pockets are so small that I can't put my hands in them at all! They are not functional at all and seem to be purely for decoration. I would expect a poor fit like these from fitted designer jeans, not work pants.
April 13, 2015
Age:
35-44
Gender:
Female
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
3 / 5
Durability
1 / 5
NOT the WB136
I'm a longtime Carhartt wearer and buyer. I've been enjoying my work pants for years, BUT, my old faithful pants, the wb136, perfect fit and made for work, have been replaced by the Kane Dungaree.
What??? These may look nice, but don't expect them to fit like the old work pants. As a matter of fact, don't expect them to fit at all. The waist is too big, the crotch hangs too low and the legs are too wide. I'll be sending them back and looking for an alternative somewhere else. CARHARTT, Please, bring back the wb 136. We women need pants we can work in!
January 20, 2015
Appearance
3 / 5
Durability
1 / 5
Bring back the real cotton canvas pants for women!
I agree with a post that you should start putting spandex in Men's pants and see how they like it and how many complaints you receive. What is wrong with the original, long lasting, durable, comfortable, all cotton Carhartt women's pants? Is that a lost concept and the wrong market group of women who want this type of pant? The spandex cotton pants do not last, stretch out to much, and are too light weight for the rugged use they are expected to function in. I hope to see a change in the Carhartt philosophy or I'll need to find another vendor such as Arborwear. Carhartt used to have a great product for women...sadly, not anymore. Thanks
September 8, 2015
Age:
45-54
Gender:
Female
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
1 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Disappointed
I use to LOVE my Carhartts, so when I ordered these I was VERY disappointed. I am down to threads on my old pair and unfortunately will have to find another brand to replace them since the new cut is terrible. The pockets are so small I can't get my hands in them and they come up so high in the waist its like wearing mens pants and are extremely uncomfortable. They have been sitting in my drawer and every once in a while I try to give them another shot but they just arnt working out.

I am VERY disappointed in this product and in Carhartt for not doing something about this when most of the comments here on your website are negative. Unfortunately I think you have lost another customer
October 29, 2015
Age:
25-34
Gender:
Female
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
3 / 5
Durability
2 / 5
Bring back the old version!
I've owned at least 5 pair of the old version of these pants and they were great! They lasted for years. They were the only work pants I've ever found that truly DID NOT HAVE A GAPPY WAISTBAND... But these? Ugh! Terrible fit. (If you are a truly apple-shaped person, you might have a shot with these, since they are much larger in the waist. But if you're smaller in the waist and fuller in the thigh and hip, don't even bother.) Please! Please! Bring back the old version!

P.S. Why not make some women's tops in tall sizes as well?
September 9, 2015
Age:
35-44
Gender:
Female
Appearance
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Wearing carhartts for 30 years
I'm sad to hear so many negative reviews regarding this model of pants. Being in the construction industry (pipe welder originally) for 30 years, it has been difficult to find the right fit in carhartts until they came out with this model. In my opinion it has even improved. The mens model always came up too far and as it stretched during the day as all carhartts do, the straight style was hard to keep up when bending in different positions as in welding.
I order my pants in a 10 tall although I am a 29" waist womens jean universally. This is not really flattering but that is not the goal when working. I get all the room I need in the seat without my belt cutting me off while preventing PC (plumbers crack). The extra thick hem at the bottom keeps the leg finished looking after many wash and drys! especially fitting well too as I always had to line dry and stretch the mens model to keep it fittting somewhat.
Please dont change a thing on this contractor staple!
November 9, 2015
Age:
55-64
Gender:
Female
Field Tester:
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Why are there so few tall size options. What if I'm a 14 or 16 tall? Usually tall girls require the larger size options.
A shopper on Sep 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We are always working on our women's line and your feedback is appreciated. We have forwarded your comments to our product team as a suggestion. We apologize that we do not meet your needs at this time.
are these 100% cotton?
A shopper on Sep 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this style is made of 12 ounce, 100% cotton sandstone duck.
I just ordered these, and I love the rugged material but the waist is a little big for the size. Anyone else have this problem, and does it sort out after they've been worn/washed?
Jennifer B on Oct 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We have reached out to the customer to ensure satisfaction.
What is the source of this product?
Anna C Staff on Jun 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This product is imported.