Carhartt Men’s Relaxed Fit Jean B17

August 8, 2014 - Comment

Cut for comfort on the job, Carhartt’s relaxed fit jean sits at the natural waist and features a relaxed-fitting seat and thigh. Made of tough, 15-ounce 100 cotton denim, it features two reinforced back pockets and a 15.25-inch tapered leg opening.15-ounce, heavyweight, 100 cotton denim sits at the natural waist relaxed-fitting seat and thigh settle,

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Cut for comfort on the job, Carhartt’s relaxed fit jean sits at the natural waist and features a relaxed-fitting seat and thigh. Made of tough, 15-ounce 100 cotton denim, it features two reinforced back pockets and a 15.25-inch tapered leg opening.15-ounce, heavyweight, 100 cotton denim sits at the natural waist relaxed-fitting seat and thigh settle, learn why carhartt denim is the best value.

Product Features

  • 100% Cotton
  • Perfect pair of jeans for on the job
  • Imported

Comments

D. Klingensmith "dkling" says:

Last a very long time I have been purchasing Carhartt Jeans for some time. I have owned many pairs of Levis over the years and they simply can’t match the quality and value of Carhartt. One of the reviewers brought up an interesting point. The Levis of our youth seemed to be much better made and better fitting than the Levis which are made today. I agree 100%. Go to any any major department store and take a long…

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neurotome "neurotome" says:

At last, a good pair of jeans I grew up wearing Levis, both 501s and a zip-fly straight leg version that I think was the 505. So that was the 80’s, right. Come back to Levis in 2011 and what you find is that the jeans either fit funny to match some modern style, or they’re constructed with really poor quality – like, fall apart in the washing machine quality. Sure, Levis makes a made-in-USA 501s now, for only like a million dollars per pair; if you’re like me, though, the years haven’t been kind enough to permit you to…

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