Dickies Men’s Relaxed Fit Straight-Leg Duck Carpenter Jean

(13 customer reviews)

30.00 $

  • 100% Cotton
  • Imported
  • Button closure closure
  • Machine Wash
  • A jean built to comfortably withstand the toughest working conditions, this sanded and garment washed 100 percent cotton duck jean provides broken-in comfort from day one with a stylishly distressed look and non-binding relaxed straight leg fit
  • These comfortable jeans sit slightly below the waist and feature a roomy seat and thigh with a straight leg that fits over boots; Keep the tools of your trade close at hand with the hammer loop on left leg and dual tool pockets on right
  • Button closure
  • The world’s leading performance workwear brand, Dickies has been making quality workwear and apparel since 1922; All Dickies clothing offers superior craftsmanship and unmatched value to deliver classic style and long-lasting comfort every day
  • We make jeans, outerwear, school and work uniforms, sports shirts, kids wear, hats, socks, underwear, boots, gloves, belts, eyewear, backpacks, bags and much more

Product details

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 14 x 13.1 x 2.2 inches; 1.43 Pounds
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ 1939RTB 30 30
  • Department ‏ : ‎ Mens
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ March 16, 2007
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Dickies Men’s Sportswear
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B000OGA23A
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Men’s Jean

Dickies Men’s Relaxed Fit Straight-Leg Duck Carpenter Jean

13 reviews for Dickies Men’s Relaxed Fit Straight-Leg Duck Carpenter Jean

  1. markmagoo

    There were multiple aspects I was focused on when choosing pants for work. To start, I’m a technician so pockets are important. I would like an additional pocket on the side, but other styles that offered that lacked the loose form these offer.

    I like the pocket style of Jeans. The change pocket is where I keep a small multi tool and flashlight.
    Slanted pockets on slacks often saw my various contents slipping out, so I went for the more straight style with these.

    I have noticed more wear after crawling and kneeling. They’re a loose comfortable fit, which I like. But the fabric is not very durable. I don’t have any holes yet, but the distressed look is not ideal in a workplace setting.

    I do like the casual versatility of these pants. I’m typically a jeans wearer. These let me look a little nicer while maintaining the comfort of jeans.

    I now have 3 pairs in different colors and will likely order a few more.

  2. PingFlorida

    Last year I purchased a pair of Duluth flex carpenter pants. After first wash and dry they shrank a size. Not a deal breaker but I went into a house to remediate a bedroom full of mold. The areas where bleach got on the pants created holes. Some big enough you can feed your hand through. Not something you’d expect from a pair of pants that cost $80. Of course when I reviewed their pants on their site they didn’t publish it.

    Now getting to these $25 pants. But first let me tell you what I put a pair of pants through. I do appliance repair and installs. So I can be taking dishwashers, microwaves, washer and dryers and even refrigerators up and down stairs. I do plumbing. I’m bending down low to clean old DE filters inside drop tanks for public pools, working on peoples toilets, garbage disposals, faucets. I do HVAC. Nitrogen and B tanks are heavy. Often taking them up and down stairs. When sweating compressors inside condenser units half my body is inside the unit while my legs are suspended in air. Not uncommon for me to carry 5 gallon buckets of paint up stairs with a sprayer since I do painting too. Also do trashouts. Sometimes I’ll get a job where bottomfeeders will leave behind every bit of furniture inside their third floor apartment after eviction. So I can be in a situation where I need to he[p carry peoples furniture down flights of stairs.

    I need a pair of pants that are durable, can hold some tools and most of all comfortable.

    These are very comfortable pants. I don’t feel restricted when doing all the moving that I do. I got the 33s and that’s exactly what they are. After multiple washes they have not shrunk. Although discolored from bleach and exposure to chlorine they did not form gaping holes like the Duluth pants did. I carry a pair of channel locks and a Kliens 11 in 1 tool in the right double pockets. Vice grip wire strippers in back pocket. I have one tool pouch on my left hip and a heavy rugged phone inside case on the right. Both hang from the belt. The belt, even under load, is held very secure by these pants no matter what I’m doing.

    Really can’t say enough good about these pants. The only improvements I would suggest are the two front pockets. I like the location of the pockets, just wish they were roomier. Holding a minimalist wallet in the left pocket is tighter than I like. It would have been nice to have a loop on the front right side of pants to secure a key lanyard for the keys I use throughout the day. That was the one feature I can say was good about the Duluths. Also, I wish the the inside of the leg pockets were condura lined. Over time the channel locks will wear down the fabric inside that pocket and fall right down my leg. Have yet a single person notice when that happens. I’ve been wearing carpenter style pants for a long time and so far I like these the best.

  3. Bettie

    these are great for work in a physical job, material is nice and thick, will be nice while working in the colder weather. Only problem is the waist. There is NO give like jeans. I’d buy one size up.

  4. Marty G

    I never bought Dickies pants because they were synthetic. These are 100% cotton. The only downside I see (and it’s no problem for me) is that it is a pretty heavy canvas.

  5. Gary W. Smith

    Pants were looser at the thigh than expected…but very sturdy fabric…should wear well.

  6. Divine

    These pants are pretty loose fitting & the length is definitely wrong. I usually wear a 30″ length and these are easily at least 32″-33″. I have 2 pairs of these and they’re both long, but they are comfortable and durable.

  7. ViDominic

    Wasn’t sure what exactly to expect when ordering. Seems like a quality product, but NOT for hot weather. Super heavy fabric, which is great unless your outdoors in the heat. Do not recommend for working in the Texas heat. Otherwise, very high quality.

  8. Erin DeYoung

    Pants fit well. Both leg holes work just right. Only complaint is that they shrink easily in the wash/dryer even on light/no heat. Durable material and as comfortable as work pants are supposed to be.

  9. jimthistle

    I’m a fairly slim 5’11” and usually take a 32″ waist for jeans. These fit perfectly with a bit if wiggle room for weeks when too many pies are consumed.

    The material is a really good quality, thick, heavyweight canvas sort of stuff and they feel like they’ll last a long time.

    The style is a bit reminiscent of ’90s jeans – baggy all the way down but not so much that they look weird. Much comfier than skinny fit jeans and despite the thick material they’re actually pretty cool on hot days.

    All in all, a really good quality pair of strides – a bit smarter than standard jeans. I went for the green colour and they’re exactly as pictured- quite a dark, subtle colouring. Very pleased with them so far.

  10. walker

    Great pair of casual/ work pants, very tough fabric, but well cut, and in a subtle colour.
    Too ‘good’ to be used while working stone, hope they still fit in five years when they’re demoted.
    Delivery was faster than expected by a few days.

    Nice to have a pair of pants that fit, and that are loose enough for comfortable movement….

  11. The Mighty Zoot!

    I’m afraid I sent these back. The colour was much darker than the photo and the fit wasn’t good.

  12. Stephen Hopkins

    I’ve had several pairs of these over the years but you can’t get them from Dickies UK any longer so tracked some down on Amazon and bought two pairs just to be safe. I’ve found them hard wearing and comfortable both for work and lounging around. Also if you’re up a ladder the vape pen pouch sewn into the leg handily doubles up for somewhere to put a screwdriver or wrench.

  13. Gary Dixon

    Colour’s nice. Fit’s nice. They are nice trousers

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