Carhartt Men’s Loose Fit Straight Leg Jean 10066, Deepstone, 44×30

Carhartt Men’s Loose Fit Straight Leg Jean 10066, Deepstone, 44×30

Carhartt Men's Loose Fit Straight Leg Jean 10066, Deepstone, 44x30

Constructed carhartt strong in heavyweight, 15-ounce, 100% cotton denim, the carhartt loose-fit straight-leg jean is the right choice for rugged jobs. A comfortable pick, this five-pocket jean sits slightly below the waist and features a loose-fitting seat and thighs. The leg openings are straight.

List Price: $ 40.00

Price: $ 29.99

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Finally!!!, February 23, 2013
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St. John (Pacific North West) –

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**Follow up to my original review** Sorry I didn’t add this sooner. These are still great, but they run long. I have always had 32’s and its ok when I have shoes on, but with shoes off, the pants go below my heel. I will be ordering some 30 length next. Otherwise, still very happy. 6 months, tons of wearing, totally durable.

Well made loose fit jeans.
I always wore Levis Silvertab baggy jeans. Main reason was that my thighs are big. I am 6’0, 245 currently. Ideal weight would be 205. I don’t get a belly, the extra goes everywhere.

I am about a 38 inch waist but went with 40 on these to ensure a nice loose fit.
I am a convert.
No more levis. I tried some Gap brand baggy jeans and while they fit ok, they were major bell bottoms and have 2 holes already, from serious light wear ( I work in an office.)

These were a touch longer than the Gap or Levis, but not enough to matter.

Love them and will be buying more.
Hope Carhart doesn’t change a thing. Price too, 30 bucks. Sweet.

They don’t look or feel like the traditional workwear pants.

Can’t say enough good about them.

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
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The New Jeans.., January 13, 2013
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RJ (wa) –

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Levi’s were my choice for 45 years. Then something happened. They left the country and with that went all the traditional high quality of their core product. Now its popped rivets, holes at the end seams, fly buttons falling off…all in short time. I knew Carhartt was a better brand right off the bat. After receiving them I did the usual bit of tossing my three new pairs in for a quick wash to soften them up and get any factory chemical treatments etc off them. They took nearly twice as long to dry than the old Levi’s used to. Better material and more of it. And they fit first time right. It’s all about quality and Carhartt seems to have it.Time will tell..Levi’s has big brass ones charging what they do for a product that is now so sub-standard and lousy. Sorry Levi’s, I hate to say goodbye but you did it to yourselves. The good ol’ days are over.

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great if you don’t mind dirty-looking jeans!, March 19, 2013
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I have worn these jeans for many years, but always purchased them in “Darkstone” color. I found out the hard way that “Deepstone” is NOT the same color. Darkstone were, as the name implies, dark, slightly stone-washed versions of Carhartt’s classic indigo-colored jeans. Deepstone, although similar, has this slight yellowish cast to them, as if they had been soaked in used motor oil before being stone-washed. I guess that’s what the kids like today. I prefer my clothing to look clean when it comes out of the laundry room.

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