Reviewed by Big guy Big from Twin cities MN on Friday, March 9, 2012
Bought these for outside work in the rain or for fishing. They are huge and will cover what you have on with no problem. I'm going to get suspender that can clip on to them to hold them up. As they just have a draw string.
Reviewed by Lolo 39 from Lolo MT on Wednesday, February 29, 2012
On receipt, I debated whether these were too large, but during my first day in the field with them, I had a flat tire in an inch of slush with pouring sleet. They slipped easily over my boots and jeans, and gave me the flexibility and room to work comfortably down in in the mud. Even though they feel lightweight, there were no leaks or tears even after kneeling in the gravel. They're a permanent addition to the back of my truck.
Best Uses: Wet Weather
Describe Yourself: Professional/Guide
Pros: Good Fit, Lightweight, Versatile, Waterproof
Reviewed by Hutch from Salem, OR on Tuesday, November 23, 2010
My first impression was "heavy plastic", but honestly, I have yet to wear them and actually put them to the test outdoors. But again, my first impression is that if you spend much time on your knees, they won't hold up. Right now, I would only recommend because of the Carhartt name
Best Uses: Freezing Conditions, Wet Weather
Cons: Not heavy as I expected, Yet to put to test
Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
Pros: Good Fit, Lightweight, Versatile, Waterproof, Windproof