Information about Carhartt Unlined Dual Hammer Loop Duck Bib Overalls (For Men)
2nds. Your Carhartt dual hammer loop bib overalls are built from heavy duck, reinforced in all the right places, joined with heavy duty snaps, zippers and rivets, and outfitted with all the pockets, pouches, loops and slots a guy needs. You'd think the people who made these bibs know something about hard work. They do!
Reviewed by Rufus's Dad from Cobb Mountain, CA on Wednesday, January 02, 2008
My husband likes these for the long openings down the sides (to accomodate high top steel toed work boots). He already told me to order a pair each for our sons who work for us, and another pair for him. How about a coupon to help out?
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Reviewed by Brad from Virginia on Tuesday, December 03, 2013
As with the Carhartt Zip-to-Thigh Bib Overalls - Quilted Lining I previously ordered from Sierra Trading post it was unclear why these were seconds as could find nothing obviously wrong with them. This time I did know to order the 30" inseam as the 32" were just a bit too long. Otherwise the sizing chart Charhartt provides is a great resource and specific to the style. Quite pleased with the features: Zip to thigh zipper means do not need to take boots off. Found number/placement of pockets to be quite satisfactory. "Cleanout bottoms" feature not noted by STP but both insulated pair and these had this feature. I've never had a pair of double fronts with these ~3" openings at the bottom of the double front to insert knee pads, but seems incredibly useful. Found some pads on Amazon (less than four bucks for a set of four sealed US Army surplus knee/elbow pads). Looking forward to using them as they fit perfectly - much better than cutting foam, being contoured and not too thick or bulky.
Reviewed by Nick from missouri on Thursday, June 13, 2013
carhartt makes the best "Working Mans Overalls" on the market............ I wear them everyday and they beat the
competition hands down. I've worn overalls for 40 plus years. Carhartt isn't the cheapest but then again
Ya get what you Pay For...........