Carhartt Double Front Duck Utility Jeans

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Manufacturer Info

Hamilton Carhartt was born in 1855 in Macedon Lock, New York. He grew up in Southern Michigan and his entrepreneurial style was reflected in the modifying of his last name by adding an extra "t" to ensure he would stand out from other businessmen. He initially established a furnishing business which would continue to drive his ambition to succeed and lead him to create his own products.


With some helpful advice from his first potential buyer, he realized his products had to be different. After talking with a railroad engineer, he created an overall garment specifically for the railroad worker which had never been made before. Hamilton Carhartt founded his namesake company in 1889 and began making work wear with a single goal in mind: Set a standard of excellence to which all others would aspire. Starting with only 4 sewing machines and about 5 employees, the first products manufactured were overalls in duck and denim fabrics. By traveling from town to town and visiting each railroad division, he was able to establish himself in the overall business. With entrepreneurial vision and determination, Hamilton Carhartt established a brand that has stood the test of time.

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Made in the USA, our double-front work dungaree in 12-ounce, firm-hand, 100% ring-spun cotton duck. It features chap-style, double-front panels as well as double knees with cleanout bottoms to accommodate knee pads. It's cut to sit at the natural waist and offers a full seat and thigh. A hammer loop and multiple tool and utility pockets add convenience, and the 19-inch leg openings fit over work boots.

Features

  • 12-ounce, heavyweight, firm-hand, 100% ring-spun cotton duck.
  • Chap-style
  • Double knees
  • Plenty of utility pockets

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SKU 0117-3651

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