Carhartt Loose-Fit Canvas Carpenter Denim Pant

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Carhartt Loose-Fit Canvas Carpenter Denim Pant
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If your favorite pair of jeans were to get in a fight with the Carhartt Loose-Fit Canvas Carpenter Denim Pants, the Carpenters wouldn’t break a sweat as they single-leggedly slashed and tore those weak-kneed jeans into something resembling what an ‘80s-she-metal band would wear. As the name implies, the Canvas Carpenters come with a looser fit in the seat and thighs for a relaxed feel. But their easy-going look masks a rough, tough, and downright-mean disposition towards anything that stands between them and a job well done. And in addition to their plethora of pockets, these durable work pants also come with dual hammer loops so they can tote tools on both legs as a symbol of their authority over shoddily made imitators.
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Comfortable, durable and functional - these Loose Fit Canvas Carpenter Jeans from Carhartt have it all! These pants feature plenty of pocket space and large leg openings that fit easily over work boots. Get the job done with Carhartt! Imported.

Carhartt style #: B159.


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Work days are more comfortable in our loose-fit canvas carpenter jean. Made of 8.5-ounce, 100% rung-spun cotton canvas, it features a loose-fitting seat and thigh, and sits slightly below the natural waist. The jean includes two hammer loops.


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A style that says cool, a fit that says comfort and a brand that says quality. 8.5-oz., 100% ring-spun cotton canvas. Sits slightly below the natural waist. Loose seat and thigh. Double hammer loops. Cell phone pocket, utility pocket. Two reinforced back pockets. 19" leg opening fits over work boot. Imported.
Waist sizes: 28-35, 36-46 even sizes.
Inseam: 30-36.
Colors: Charcoal, Golden Khaki, Loden, Mushroom.
Carhartt Style No.: B159.
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Carhartt Loose-Fit Canvas Carpenter Denim Pant Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Sturdy and comfortable

This past summer I worked on the bonfire crew at a week long music festival. I broght two pair of these with me. WOW. At the end of the week, they looked as good as they did when I started (after they were washed) and felt even better. Though not advertised as fire resitant (and I don't say they are), the thick cotton didn't get a single singe hole from working the bonfires and they showed no wear from the abuse that goes along with any clothes worn in what could only be described as building a log cabin every night (these were big nightly fires). I can't say the same for the levi's I brought with the frstival. I tore out the legs of a pair of those the first day on the job. I have been replacing all of my jeans with carhart since that week. I suggest you do the same.
basmith42 at Cabelas on 11/09/2006

I like these pants, but not as much as my other pairs of carhartts (which are more or less the only pants I wear). They seem to fit a little tighter through the hips until it hits about mid thigh. This may be due to the jean-style pocket cut, rather than the traditional carhartt slash pocket we know and love. They're a pretty good pair of nicer looking pants, not as many rivets as the other styles, so you can dress them up a bit more. In short, a good, well-made pair of pants, just a funky fit.

Brian B. at Backcountry.com on 12/13/2007

I bought a pair of these (not from backcountry.com, sorry!) pants over a year ago. I have worn them to class, hiking, camping, working in the cold, everything. They can withstand being worn for a week or two without needing a wash, gross but true. The areas of high use (around pockets, knees, etc) is fading in color but the actual material is still in great condition. The canvas is comfortable and durable to the point that you can most likely own a pair of these for years.
Highly recommended.

BlackCoffeeFix at Backcountry.com on 02/17/2009

If you're a jeans guy that has to pass for a Dockers dude occasionally, these almost do it. I travel a lot and wear them on the plane so I look just that little bit dressier than jeans when I get where I'm going. As others have said, they won't last like the double-knee classics, but they are very comfortable to wear (I'm a medium-size big guy 6'2" 220) and fit me well.
I'm planning to buy more and replace the blue jeans for all my traveling.

utemike at Backcountry.com on 03/10/2008

This is a good lighter weight pair of Carhartts that I bought for climbing among other things. They work good for whatever kind of climbing, but are great for the desert. Maybe the double knee'd version would be more durable, but they are also heavier and not as flexible as these. They also look good as just a casual around town pair of dungarees, as well as a work/painter pant of course.

Tommy Chandler at Backcountry.com on 12/15/2006

Don't like Carhartts all rough and ridged that never seem to break in? These are great! Softer denim lets these pants feel comfortable right off the get go. Fit nicely but could use gusseted crotch. These do wear out a little faster than the more rugged Carharrts like the washed duck work dungarees.

john gilchrist at Backcountry.com on 12/11/2006

I have a VERY active son who has not managed to break through these jeans yet. They fit him well, which is hard since he is very thin. We liked your service getting them to us too. All around, we are very pleased!! thanks

kshannon100174866 at Backcountry.com on 09/16/2008

This is my second pair of these after wearing out the first. Not as burly as the super heavy duty Carhartt's but still love 'em. Just grovelled around in the dirt at Joe's Valley yesterday and they were great. Great desert climbing/bouldering pant.

Tommy Chandler at Backcountry.com on 03/05/2009

Excellent lightweight jean

If you are looking for a comfortable, lightweight jean, these can't be beat, and I own several pair. However, if you are looking for a heavyweight work jean, I would recomend the regular dungare or their double-front cotton duck dungaree.
Steelheadhtr at Cabelas on 10/17/2007

You want good tough pants that don't cost so much you're afraid to wear 'em these are it. Ask any person who works in a tough environment you can't go wrong.

James Sanders at Backcountry.com on 06/04/2012

Neutral Reviews:

i can usually get away wearing a 34 size pant, but these i had to go one up and get the 36...a bit of a hit to my ego, but the fit is great, the fabric is comfortable. great work or casual pants. wear them hiking, working, or drinking!

Captain Skyler at Backcountry.com on 08/15/2009