Four weeks ago I got a pair of Carhartt Men’s Washed Twill Dungaree, relaxed fit, pants sent to me for a product review. I’ve worn the pants at least 7 full days since then while fishing, working on my car, skateboarding and just bumming around the house. Here’s my review:
I’ll start by mentioning that I already own some Carhartt gear (various zip-up hoodies, canvas work pants, winter hat) so I had some pre-conceived notions about what kind of quality and durability to expect from these pants. Let’s just say, the standards I expect are high. Also, Carhartt markets itself as the maker of rugged clothing built for use under rugged conditions, so they’ve got something to live up to as well.
LOOK & FEEL: These pants feel great. If you’ve ever worn the Carhartt canvas work pants (you know, the orange ones) and thought those felt a little stiff, then these are right up your alley. It’s described as Washed Twill, whatever that means, they feel like nicely worn jeans.
DURABILITY: The pants I got are coffee colored so I was thinking the joints and crease points would dull but for the life of me I can’t see any difference in color.
MAINTENANCE: I wash these with my other darks. Oil, brake dust, fish guts, dirt, whatever; no special settings needed.
TAKEAWAY: I really like these pants, they’re comfy and versatile and have replaced my jeans as my go-to Fall weather pants. $42 they’re not too expensive either. 10/10 Would Buy Again. Visit Carhartt.com for more info or to buy online.