4 New Carhartt Pants That Will Change How You Work

New Carhartt Pant Styles

Carhartt has made pants for over one-hundred years, which says a lot about the brand’s ability to build timeless, durable work gear that keeps loyal customers coming back. Ask anyone who depends on Carhartt to get through a long work day and they’ll tell you – these pants never back down. And while there are tried-and-true styles that customers always turn to – see the B11 – Carhartt is never afraid to introduce new styles and technologies that reinforce the brand’s reputation as workwear innovators. Below are four new Carhartt pant styles that are changing how work gets done, and the jobs we think these pants are great for.

Full Swing Cryder Dungaree 2.0 (Style 102812)

102812 All of Carhartt’s pants are built to endure whatever you throw at them, but these Dungarees are specially fitted to repel water with Carhartt’s Rain Defender® technology. Even better, these pants are equipped with articulated knees, which make squatting and kneeling easier. As with all of the pants on this list, the Full Swing Cryder Dungaree 2.0 is made from Rugged Flex® technology. What exactly is Rugged Flex®? It’s a special fabric made with a small percentage of spandex, resulting in a soft and flexible garment that will move with your body, not against it. This particular pant also features a 39% polyester blend, which adds strength and durability. Available in burnt olive, shadow, and Yukon colors.

 

 

 

Why You Should Try the Full Swing Cryder Dungaree 2.0:

  • Soft, Stretchy, and Durable Material
  • Water Repellant
  • Articulated Knees
  • Strong, Sewn-On-Seam Belt Loops
  • Right Leg Cell Phone Pocket
  • Left Leg Utility Pocket

Great For:
Masons who regularly bend, kneel and squat on the job and want a rugged pant to withstand the elements.

Rugged Flex Rigby Double Front Pant (Style 102802)

102802 Double-front styles are often popular because they offer twice the durability and protection of a normal pant with a pocket for knee pad inserts. Adding Rugged Flex® technology to the mix means you have one hell of a tough pant that will stretch and conform to whatever your job calls for. It also features tough-as-nails, sewn-on-seams belt loops and a hidden back zipper pocket. Available in shadow and hickory colors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why You Should Try the Rugged Flex Rigby Double Front Pant:

  • Soft and Stretchy Material
  • Double Front with Cleanout Opening for Knee Pads (sold separately)
  • Stronger, Sewn-On-Seam Belt Loops
  • Right Leg Cell Phone Pocket
  • Left Leg Utility Pocket

Great For:

  • Tile or flooring installers who must crouch or kneel throughout the day and depend on a pant that’s flexible and knee-pad friendly.

Rugged Flex Rigby Straight Fit Pant (Style 102821)

102821 No one said hard workers can’t be trendsetters too! Carhartt’s new Rugged Flex® Rigby Straight Fit Pant is the only slim-fit, tapered-leg style in their collection. While it’s a trendier cut, this pant is still outfitted with the smooth and flexible Rugged Flex® technology that’s both soft and functional. It also features a left-side hidden zipper pocket. It’s available in two colors, dark khaki, and charcoal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why You Should Try the Rugged Flex Rigby Straight Fit Pant :

  • Soft and Stretchy Material
  • Slim-fit, Tapered-Leg Style
  • Strong, Sewn-On-Seam Belt Loops
  • Left-Side Hidden Secure Zipper Pocket

Great For:

  • Carpenters that require comfortable, yet durable pants to withstand the rigors of a day on the job site.

Rugged Flex Rigby Five Pocket Relaxed Fit Pant (Style 102517)

102517 Quickly scan customer reviews on these work pants and it’s clear to see why they’re a hit. Stylish, comfortable, and lightweight, they also feature Rugged Flex® technology and a relaxed fit made for tackling the day. Best of all, this popular pant is available in 4 colors: gravel, hickory, dark coffee, and dark blue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why You Should Try the Rugged Flex Rigby Five Pocket Relaxed Fit Pant :

  • Four color options
  • Soft and Stretchy Material
  • Five Pocket design
  • Strong, Sewn-On-Seam Belt Loops
  • Right Leg Cell Phone Pocket

Great For:

  • Plumbers who want a flexible pant that won’t pinch or bind when they’re in tight situations on the job.

8 comments

  1. Shiela

    Where are my double fronts with Cordura? None of your new pants have the hammer loop. Kinda basic in my world. And now you are discontinuing the only pant I wear: 100098. Who is on you focus design board? Obviously you need me. I’m available.

    • Shayna

      We’re sorry to hear Carhartt is no longer making the pants you are looking for. We will certainly pass your comments on to our Carhartt representative. While Carhartt does not have any double front pants with Cordura, they are making double front pants with a nylon Carstrong material used for the chap fronts and back kick panels. Unfortunately, these pants do not have a hammer loop. You can view that product at the link below. We appreciate your feedback, please let us know if you have any other suggestions!

      https://dungarees.com/carhartt-102282-upland-relaxed-fit-field-pant

    • Shayna

      Any of the pants listed above would be a great option! They are all made with a more flexible material than the classic Carhartt styles and they have cell phone pockets!

    • Shayna

      Hi Lisa, I’m sorry but I’m not quite sure what you mean by “standard inseam”. Most Carhartt pants are available with inseams varying from 30-36 inches. I hope this answers your question, let us know if you have any additional questions!

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