Carhartt Men’s Duck Bib Overall Unlined

July 5, 2015 - Comment

On the job or working at home in cold weather calls for the R01 Carhartt duck bib overall. This hearty overall is made of heavy 12-ounce, cotton duck. It features a variety of tool and utility pockets as well as a hammer loop. Bib pocket at chest, two handy side pockets and two convenient back

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On the job or working at home in cold weather calls for the R01 Carhartt duck bib overall. This hearty overall is made of heavy 12-ounce, cotton duck. It features a variety of tool and utility pockets as well as a hammer loop. Bib pocket at chest, two handy side pockets and two convenient back pockets. Back pockets are reinforced for durability. Imported.

Product Features

  • 100% Cotton
  • *12-ounce, cotton duck, heavyweight
  • *double knees
  • Machine wash cold – like colors. Imported
  • Sizing: tends to run small

Comments

Jennifer says:

Great price, be sure to size up My husband got his first pair of Carhartt overalls last year and they are great, very durable for working outdoors in cool weather. They do shrink up A LOT so, even though his old pair still had lots of life left in them they were way too short so I ordered a new pair. The price on Amazon is a significant savings from what could be found at local stores. I ordered one size up in the waist and TWO sizes up in length (as compared to his regular jeans size). At first they were huge but after about…

Brian Jewett says:

2 Sizes Over If you look at the sizing suggestions for most brands of overalls they usually suggest buying 2 sizes (4 inches) in the waist over your normal size. Not only are they sometimes worn over street clothes but overalls are not meant to fit snug in the waist. Add that to the fact that as they age, many men like myself, increase in girth above the waist and you’ll see another part of the problem some folks are reporting. 😉 Overalls are meant to fit loose. Keep that in mind and these will last you…

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