American Carhartt working pants are globally successful
Carhartt pants are designed and manufactured for the tough a rigorous task on the job site, mostly farmers, ranchers and outdoor enthusiasts are wearing those pants
Carhartt pants are not purchased to make the wearer look good, they are not purchased at all, Carhartt pants are hired to help to get the job done. Now the company added a new pant line, the Weathered Duck pant with multiple tool and utility pockets, a left-leg hammer loop, and two reinforced back pockets and is available as of now in American retail stores. Hard working men and women view Carhartt as a necessary tool. The pants stand for rugged construction, innovative design and exceptional standards of quality, durability and comfort. The pant lines include denim, twill, duck, khaki and ripstop. They are made out of premium fabric for durability and cut for easy movement. They 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. Customers, mostly trade- and craftsmen, can choose from a variety of fits, linings and styles, including double-fronts with cleanout bottoms to let dirt escape thus extending the life of the garment. Workday proven, Carhartt pants are also weekend ready and they enjoy other qualities, they don’t take days off, call in sick or complain as compared to the potential wearer! The new Weathered Duck pants exist in three styles, a five-pocket, a Dungaree and a Double-Front Dungaree. With its already broken-in feel, the pants are not only a comfortable choice but a rugged one too. It is made of durable 12-ounce, 100 percent cotton ring-spun duck for long days at the work- or campsite. The pant sits slightly below the waist and offers a relaxed-fitting seat and thighs.
Carhartt was established in 1889 and is today a global premium work wear brand with a rich heritage of developing rugged apparel for works on and off the job. The private company is headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan (USA) and employs around 3600 employees worldwide and is managed by the descendants of the company’s founder, Hamilton Carhartt.
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