Men's double-front work jeans that are built to move.
Durable, dependable, and heavy-duty, these men's double-front jeans are designed for hard work. Made of heavyweight cotton and featuring Rugged Flex® stretch technology, these relaxed-fit pants are up for the task, whether it's trimming branches or fastening chains. Buttons at the waist make it easy to attach suspenders. The double-front design accommodates knee pads. The relaxed cut has a crowd-pleasing, easy-fitting feel. Made with a little extra room through the hips and thigh, with cuffs that fit over most work boots.
Built to move with Rugged Flex® stretch technology
Extra room through the hips and thigh, with cuffs that fit over most work boots
Six buttons allow easy suspender attachment
Strong sewn-on-seam belt loops
Multiple tool and utility pockets
Reinforced back pockets for heavy hauling
Right leg utility loop
Double-layer knees with openings for adding knee pads and cleaning out debris
Model height: 6'2"; Chest size: 40.5"; Wearing size 32 x 32
Model No. BD3890-M
Country of Origin: Imported
Carhartt Rugged Flex® technology moves and stretches with you throughout the day so that whatever you're doing, it's easier to do.
Rugged Flex® garments must meet the Carhartt's defined standards for stretch, recovery, and durability, so when you put on a Rugged Flex® garment, you know it won't let you down. You'll find Rugged Flex® in shorts, shirts, pants, jackets, and boots because you need gear that helps you move, not gear that holds you back.
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold gentle cycle with mild detergent. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low remove promptly. Do not iron. Do not dry clean.
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Rated 2 out of 5
Carhartt turns into Craphartt
These pants are a joke compared to the logger pants of just two years ago. Obviously cheaper material, cheaper construction, just cheap, cheap, cheaply made at a higher price. My two year old logger that have seen a lot of heavy use are are better than the pair of brand new logger I just bought. I've been buying Carhartt jeans since 1977. The quality was always there, until now. No doubt, they'll keep selling to people who don't really work outdoors doing the tough jobs, but not me. I'm done with Carhartt.
November 12, 2023
Whitefish, MT, US
Rated 1 out of 5
just go back to the old material and design ya goofed.
O gosh where do I start first for the last 25 years I have literally bought nothing but the loggers pants from Carhartt couple pair each year pretty tough on pants I've now spent I couldn't tell you how much money trying to find something else that i liked as much and I literally came back to Carhartt cause well I really dislike the new material and the fit of these new loggers pants they were better than others out there granted I have tried but I have now ripped the crotch out of 4 pairs of these in what seemed like a unreasonable amount of time and they start fading immediately. mostly writing this just so Carhartt knows even if the price is higher just bring back the old pants they were literally perfection that built the comapny and ya tossed it aside for profits and a redesign that just didnt go right my opinion.
November 2, 2023
Willamina, OR, US
Rated 1 out of 5
Double front logger
The quality of these went downhill. I have bought these for years but the last pair I recieved really, really lacked the same quality. These are barely better than cheap jeans from Walmart but at 2 times the price. Made in Mexico, of course, but they must have changed factories. Before were triple stitched heavy denim with rivets at all the stress points. Now just double stitched on medium weight fabric and I only counted three rivets, none at major stress points. Quality has taken a step back. Pretty shoddy for the price paid.