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style #105069

Flame-Resistant Rugged Flex® Slim Fit 5 Pocket Jean

$119.99 - $129.99
4.5 out of 5 star rating

Color: Midnight Indigo

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Waist (W30 - W54)


Length (L30 - L36)

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Color: Midnight Indigo

1 colors


Please select a size.

Waist (W30 - W54)


Length (L30 - L36)

Buy with GPay


Men's FR pants that are built to move.

Safety doesn't have to come at the cost of comfort. These men's jeans hold up to NFPA 2112 and NFPA 70E standards while keeping you comfortable long beyond clock-out. They're made of FR denim with enough flex to bend, stretch, and move. The straight traditional fit is the slimmest cut we offer, and the leg opening fits over most boots.


  • 12.5-ounce, 98% Cotton/2% Spandex FR denim
  • Meets the performance requirements of NFPA 70E/ASTM F1506
  • UL® classified to NFPA 2112
  • Built to move with Rugged Flex stretch technology
  • Sits at the waist
  • Closer-to-the-body fit through the seat and thigh with room to move
  • Straight leg opening
  • Brass zipper fly with Nomex® FR zipper tape
  • Arc-resistant button closure at waist
  • Stronger sewn-on-seam belt loop
  • Carhartt FR label sewn on back pocket
  • NFPA 2112 /CAT 2 label sewn on waistband
  • Model No. BD5069-FRM
  • Country of Origin: Imported

Rugged Flex®

Rugged Flex

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.

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Size Chart

Note: If your measurement falls between sizes, buy the larger size.

28 28 34
30 30 36
32 32 38
34 34 40
36 36 42
38 38 44
40 40 46
42 42 48
44 44 50
46 46 52
48 48 54
50 50 56
52 52 58
54 54 60

Inseam Lengths

Note: If your inseam length falls between sizes, buy the longer size.

27 - 28 28
29 - 30 30
31 - 32 32
33 - 34 34
35 - 36 36

Men’s Pants

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Straight Fit

Closer-to-the-body fit through the seat and thigh, enough room to move

Relaxed Fit

Comfortable fit through the seat and thigh with more room to move

Loose Fit

Generous fit through the seat and thigh with the most room to move

How to Measure

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

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Natural Waist:

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 the fullest point between your natural waist and crotch.


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

Review Summary
Average Rating
4.5 out of 5 star rating
4.3 of 5.0
This product is more Form Fitted
Rated 5 out of 5
Great quality
Great quality
December 27, 2023
Bakersfield, CA, US
Rated 5 out of 5
They're very comfortable fit perfectly lenth and width just hope that they can last over a year
September 16, 2023
Eatontown, NJ, US
Rated 5 out of 5
Good fit
Good fit, not baggy, fits well over pull on safety boots.
July 15, 2023
, KS, US
Rated 2 out of 5
Rugged, durable, but...
The pants are rugged, durable, and flexible in fabric. However, if you typically wear (for example) a size 32 x 32, you may want to go up one size in the waist, because the fit is small and not very comfortable in the crouch area.
April 13, 2023
Shreveport, LA, US
Rated 4 out of 5
Good pants
Been wearing these for a couple years now. Berry durable and a tiny bit of stretch makes them very comfortable. Only complaint is the faded whiteness on the front thigh section. This is an FR garment for tradesman not trendy high school kids
February 20, 2023
Portland, OR, US