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Carhartt pants for tough & rigorous tasks on job site
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Aug '12
With more than 123 years of workwear heritage to draw from, Carhartt pants are designed and manufactured for the tough and rigorous tasks on the job site.  Unlike other brands of pants, Carhartt pants aren't purchased to make the wearer look good; they're not purchased at all. Carhartt pants are hired to help get the job done.  The newest member of the Carhartt pant line, the Weathered Duck pant, is a prime example of a pant that is work-ready right off the shelf. 

From construction and manufacturing along with farmers, ranchers and outdoor enthusiasts, Carhartt pants have become essential to the job site.  Like a carpenter relies on his hammer or a mason dependent on his trowel, hard-working men and women view Carhartt as a necessary tool.  Carhartt pants stand for rugged construction, innovative design and exceptional standards of quality, durability and comfort.

The Carhartt line of pants includes denim, twill, duck, khaki and ripstop.  They're made with premium fabric for durability and cut for easy movement.  The fronts feature deep front pocket bags that are sewn, turned, and sewn again for strength.  Heavy-duty YKK zippers are standard, as are leg openings sized to fit over boots.  Consumers can choose from a variety of fits, linings and styles, including double-fronts with cleanout bottoms to let dirt escape, which extends the life of the garment.  Workday proven, Carhartt pants are also weekend ready.

"As rough and as durable as any other, Carhartt pants belong on the job site; they don't take days off, call in sick or complain," said Sue Fuller, Carhartt's General Merchandising Manager.  "Carhartt has a legacy of outfitting American tradesmen and craftsmen that is second to none.  As new generations keep discovering this legendary brand, Carhartt continues setting the standard for comfort and durability both on and off the job."

All-new to the line of Carhartt pants is the Weathered Duck pant offered in three styles, a 5-Pocket, a Dungaree and a Double-Front Dungaree.  With its already broken-in feel, the Carhartt Weathered Duck pant is not only a comfortable choice but a rugged one, too.  The pant is made of durable, 12-ounce, 100 percent cotton ring-spun duck for long days at the worksite or campsite. The pant sits slightly below the waist and offers a relaxed-fitting seat and thighs.

Established in 1889, Carhartt is a global premium work wear brand with a rich heritage of developing rugged apparel for workers on and off the job.

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