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Color: Dark Navy

1 colors


Short (M - 4XL)

Regular (S - 5XL)

Tall (M - 4XL)



When the job calls for flame-resistant, you can count on these men's coveralls to meet NFPA 70E and NFPA 2112 FR requirements right down to the zipper tape. Full ankle-to-knee leg openings make for easy-on over work boots. There's plenty of pocket space, plus pass-through pockets to access your other layers.


  • 7-ounce, 88% cotton / 12% nylon FR twill
  • Meets the performance requirements of NFPA 70E / ASTM F1506
  • UL classified to NFPA 2112
  • Two-way front zipper with storm flap and high temperature-resistant FR zipper tape
  • Two secure chest pockets with flaps and hook-and-loop closure
  • Comfort flex waistband; Back yoke with pleats for ease of movement
  • Multiple utility pockets for added storage
  • Two side-entry pass-through pockets with snap closures
  • Adjustable sleeve cuffs with snap closure
  • Ankle-to-knee leg opening with snap closure fits over boots
  • Carhartt FR and NFPA 2112 / CAT 2 labels sewn on left-chest pocket
  • Model Height: 6'3" Chest Size: 44" Wearing Size: M
  • Model No. OX5016-FRM
  • Country of Origin: Imported


Size Chart

Note: Waist measurement is applied at the largest point.

SMALL 28 34
30 36
MEDIUM 32 38
34 40
LARGE 36 42
38 44
XL 40 46
42 48
2XL 44 50
46 52
3XL 48 54
50 56
4XL 52 58
54 60

Men’s Bib Overalls

  • This measurement is specific to these bib overalls only
  • If you fall between sizes, size up
  • Size to the largest part of your waist

Use the illustration below to compare the lengths of our men’s shorts.

Height Charts

measurements men's short coverall
5’3” - 5’7”
measurements men's regular coverall
5’7” - 5’11”
measurements men's tall coverall
5’11” - 6’3”

How to Measure

Note: For best results measure over your undergarments. Use a cloth measuring tape.

measure men's coverall


Measure just under your arms and across your shoulder blades, holding the tape firm and level. If your chest falls between sizes, order the next size up.


Bend side to side and find the natural bend in your body; this is your natural waist. Note: It may not be the smallest point.


Measure from your crotch down to the desired length on body. You can also measure pants that you currently own and like. Lay the garment flat, and measure on the front from the crotch point along the seam to the hem for the inseam length.

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