These are the longest lasting and most comfortable of all the dungarees that I own. For some reason they always outlast the unlined, and the lining itself holds up for years without piling problems. Warm for cool weather, but not too heavy for spring and fall.
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On the cold winter days here in northren Wisconsin these are the first pair of pants when i go out to work on cars in my open non heated garadge. I like these pants when im working becuase the keep my warm but not sweating. They are also very easy to move around in, and the knees are yet to wear out even from draging on the cement. These pants are the most compfertable pair of insulated pants i have ever worn. They also have nice deep pockets to cary around small parts and tools when im out working leaveing my hands free to do my job. The also clean easly and stay looking sharp. i would recomend these pants to anyone who works out side or in a harsh and cold eveiroment.
The flannel that is used today is thinner han the last pair that I purchased for our son, his comments. The quality and fit is the same - e works outdoors and in this Wisconsin climate likes the pants.
I have a vey picky son, but he loves these pants. He has a few of them, as well as, a lot of other Carhartt. You can't beat the quality, and apparently, the brand is considered to be cool with 18 year olds, too!
Great fit, very comfortable, and just warm enough for reading or working at the desk in a house we only heat to about 55 degrees. I'm sure they will be great for hiking and other outside activities as well.
These are the basic pants with flannel lining, which is nice for the cold and the soft flannel allows for no "break in" period that the other duck pants need in the legs. Interestingly enough they fit larger than the plain duck pants, perhaps to allow for the lining to fit well but I don't see the need for that much difference. It is definitely not for extreme cold like the arctic quilt lined extreme pants, but just warm enough for when there's a little chill. Overall it is nice to have for your basic wear collection.
These pants are great. They're tough, well made and keeps you warm. I use it when I ride my motorcycle and it keeps me warm enough in the winter months. Most of my jeans fray from my rides but these pants have lasted a good year! Excellent! Just bought another pair.
Love this item. looks good and is just what I needed for feeding cattle or hunting. very durable for walking in thorny briar areas. Other hunters in my camp ask where I got these pants. Great pants. Purchased my 5 year old nephews a pair last Christmas and they also loved them.
My husband said these are very nice pants. They look good on him too! He has 3 pairs of Carhartts, plus bibs. This is the first time he is in construction, after retiring. Carhartts are great pants. He usually takes a 33 x 34 and these fit perfectly.
These are the most comfortable pants for my husband. He always looks very nice and is very comfortable when he is at work and as well they are very durable. Thank you and your company for such great products!
This was the first time I have purchased Carhartt apparel. I am very pleased with the way they fit and they are perfect for the type of work I do in the warehouse. I highly recommend these to anyone who works in a cold enviroment.
The flannel lined dungaree is the perfect pant for a chilly winter morning. I never imagined this type of pants fitting so well. As an odd size (28x32) I find it very difficult to find pants that actually fit.....with Carhartt this has never been a problem! Thank you for providing quality workwear at affordable prices.
I bought a pair of these pants for myself almost 3 years ago now and they're just starting to show some wear. And even though it sounds gross I'll wear 'em a few days in a row before washing. Maybe I should get a few more pairs The flannel lining is the bomb on cold windy days. I would recommend these to anybody who works outdoors north of Miami.
I'm very happy with the purchase, they are very warm, comfortable and fit very well. I would advise that the jeans tend to run a size larger than I would usually buy, as I have purchased Carhartt jeans before in a store where I tried them on.
These pants will keep you warm in most cold conditions. Especially if you are moving around while you work. However if it's extremely cold and you aren't moving a lot outside I recommend the quilted lined pants. But I highly recommend these flannel lined to anyone. I cut concrete and they can withstand the abuse.
These pants are extremely comfortable and warm. I use these when I go snowshoe, or when I cut or split firewood when it chilly outside. Great pants, look good too. Just wish they came in 28" inseem, 30 is a little long for me.
These are tough, well-fitting and warm. Not as warm as thinsulate-lined or quite as warm as fleece-lined jeans but the fit allows enough room for long johns if it's that cold. I like them for temps in the 35-45 degree range. Very comfy too. A must have for cooler temps gear.
These lined pants are great for winter wear in New England. I have two pair of single front and 1 pair of double front that I save for working outdoors on the coldest days. Very sorry to hear the women's version has apparently been discontinued as I'd love to get a pair for my wife.
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The name , the quality, and durability are very good . Would wear more Carhartt products but have a hard time finding my size. They do not make a huge selection for small and slim men. I always have to shorten the length.
I have worn these pants for a few years now. Working in Canadian winter along with a pair of long johns underneath will keep you warm and comfortable all day long. The lined pants do a great job of cutting out the wind too!
I wear 32wx31 Levis and find that a slightly larger waist fits more comfortably, but the length is generally about right, assuming you're wearing boots and that the bottom of the pants will rest on top of the boots, as in the site's photo.
These pants' outer shell is the same material as other Carhartt pants and jackets, it will suffice for welding as long as you're ok with having burn marks, and eventually, holes in the pants. I'm not sure how flammable the quilted lining is.