2nds. A rugged 9.25 oz. cotton lends a durable, abrasion-resistant durability to Carhartt's Work khaki pants, featuring a soft, peached finish and sturdy design that lasts through seasons of hard labor.
Reviewed by celem from North Carolina on Sunday, May 3, 2015
I wear size 36 waist 32 inseam pants. Every pair of pants from every other manufacturer fits me fine even with a little extra room at this size. However these run small. I had to return the first 36 waist, replacing with a 38. The 38 is wearable but fits like a snug 36. these pants run smaller than any other manufacturer's pants that I have worn.
Reviewed by Ian the Artist, Camper, Hiker, Fisher from Ohio on Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Still love the way the pants fit and feel. Noticed that the fabric is falling apart in the rear. I own three pants, wore them interchangeably for about 5 months, and all three now have holes forming just under where my wallet sits. It could be my wallet, but I doubt it. These pants do not take wallet stress well. Holes will form.
Reviewed by Rob in NC from North Carolina on Tuesday, April 14, 2015
I have several pairs of these pants and they are great! Seems the coffee colored pants run smaller than the dark khaki. Or I could have an odd pair of dark coffee dyed pants as the 3 dark khaki ones I have are slightly bigger. They do seem to shrink some when machine dried but stretch out close to original size as you wear them. Nice enough to wear in the office and tough enough for working. Love the mobile phone pocket.
Reviewed by Bicycle Bill from Canada on Wednesday, March 4, 2015
These are practically perfect, very different fabric than my other rugged work pants from Carhartt, this is a true khaki, I can wear these anywhere.
Great deal to boot, and the fit was spot on. WHen I find out the reason for "2nds" I am sure to have other holes in them. LEt's see how the peachy finish holds up to work.
Reviewed by Dan from Massachusetts on Wednesday, February 25, 2015
My second pair of these. Carhartt makes excellent, durable clothing. On the seconds most imperfections aren't even noticeable. These ran a tad long (not the picture) so I bought an inseam size up and my sewing-wiz spouse hemmed them for me. You won't go wrong with these.