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Product Review: Carhartt Jeans

Find out why Carhartt jeans can help you get the job done right.

At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand you need your jeans to work as hard as you do. That’s why we team up with Carhartt to bring you the best work jeans. American-made Carhartt jeans top the competition when it comes to durability and helping you get the job done right.

Product Review Carhartt Jeans
Find out why the hardest working people in America choose Carhartt jeans as their go-to work jeans.

Relaxed Fit Men’s Jeans

These are a favorite among working men for a few reasons. They’re the perfect jeans to help you get the job done.

Quality Fabric Weight – When you’re looking for quality jeans, you need denim that’s between 7 and 18 ounces. Anything less will wear out quickly and anything more can be stiff and uncomfortable.  The relaxed fit Carhartt jeans are made with 15 ounce, 100% cotton denim for both comfort and durability.

Designed for Comfort – The men’s relaxed fit jeans have a relaxed seat and thigh for maximum comfort on the job. You won’t feel constricted, and you can easily climb up into a tractor or construction vehicle.

Built for the Job – The high quality denim, combined with strong sewn-on-seam belt loops make for tough jeans. When you’re hard at work, the last thing you want to worry about is ripping a belt loop or your jeans. Carhartt field tests their clothes to make sure they’re built for the job.

Flannel or Fleece Lining – There are also relaxed fit jeans for men that come with a flannel or fleece lining. The 4.5 ounce flannel lining keeps you warm when you’re working hard outside in the cold months. 100% polyester fleece will also keep you warm. The outside denim is tough, giving you the ultimate protection on the job.

Whether you’re looking at jeans for men or women, Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Carhartt are here to make sure you have the best jeans for the job. Read through our tips to help you choose the best work jeans to gear up for the job. For more tips on finding the best workwear, visit our clothing blog.


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