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You work more than you play and your eye twitches when you hear the phrase 'skinny jeans'. Congratulations, you're a great candidate for the Men's Weathered Duck Dungaree Pant. Carhartt gave the heavyweight fabric of this pant a water-repellent duck coating that beads away spilled drinks or light rain on the job site. You'll have a tough time wearing holes in this pant, whether you wear them for hiking through thick woods or for building that shed you've been talking about since 2006.

  • Tough twelve-ounce cotton fabric has a duck treatment that allows light precipitation and moisture to bead and roll off
  • Cut to sit slightly below the waist and with a relaxed seat and thigh for extra comfort
  • Straight-leg openings fit over work boots easily
  • Reinforced back pockets and a hammer loop give a nod to the work-worthy design of these pants
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Tough, cheap, good-looking...

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

...but enough about me. These pants are great. I don't know if these are a new cut or what, but I used to wear Carhartts in college every day, and I remember them fitting like this; a little slimmer than the wide-legged pairs now relegated to my closet for painting, plumbing, and yard work. I don't have any mobility problems as another reviewer mentioned, but I also have skinny legs. There's no gusset in the crotch, so if you're looking for climbing pants these might not do it. What they do have are triple-stitched seams, burly fabric, side pockets that will hold your pocketknife, flashlight, and smartphone without dropping them, and style that's apparently hip enough for my hipster-ass buddy from Reno to remark "wait...those are Carhartts? I'm buying a pair." As for the fit, I'm a 32x32 in most pants and these fit pretty much to size. I have a green pair that's a bit looser, and a brown pair that is snug when I pull them out of the dryer but they stretch out after a day. The best part is, when you blow the crotch out (like I do on all my pants after a year or so) you can pick up the exact same color, size, and pattern for about $40 on sale.

Best work pants

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I have had these pants for a few months now and they are great. They are very durable and tough enough to be put through any job you have. The sizing is true to size and the colors are pretty much as pictured. If you are looking for a great pant that will last you years definitely give these a try.

Get better with age

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs large

Had at least one pair of these of the last 15 years. Great pant that stands up to anything and only fits better with age. Haven't found a flaw yet. Size up and wait for them to shrink - takes a year or two. 5'10/165 always go for the 32/32.

Carhartt's Skinny Jeans

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

These pants have a nice slim cut, which looks great, but limits mobility. They aren't cut like work pants, and trying to do anything that involves moving your legs seems to be a problem for me. Maybe I just need to size up? They button just fine, but the lack of a gusseted crotch combined with the slim cut isn't doing me any favors. It's a shame too, because as soon as I first tried them on, the wife loved how they looked. They're also comfortable and feel durable and well made. Just a weird cut for me.

Great pants but sizing is inconsistent

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

These pants are sturdy and tough like all Carhartt products. The trouble with Carhartt pants is that the sizing is very inconsistent. I am a 34X32 and I have found that some Carhartts in that size fit great while some are small and others are too big. When I find a pair that fits well there is no other brand of pants that I prefer.