Women's Relaxed Fit Industrial Carpenter Denim Jean

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PRICE  $39.99   Item# FD235
 
Women's Relaxed Fit Industrial Carpenter Denim Jean is rated 3.3333 out of 5 by 3.
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- Relaxed fit; Straight leg
- Contour Waistband with stretch interlining
- Tack button closure
- Left hammer loop; Right double tools pockets
- Industrial Laundry Friendly
100% Cotton

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid AND stylish I install landscape projects for a living, and I'm always in need of a jean that's durable, comfortable, and long-lasting. And truthfully, I want my work jeans to fit well and look good. The Dickies Relaxed Fit Industrial Carpenter Denim jean does it all - and they're AFFORDABLE. Now I need Dickies to make'em in assorted colors (black, gray, faded, etc)!
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dickies, Industrial Carpenters These jeans get better with age. They have to be washed several times because the length shortens as you wash them. So really they come way too long to just put on and wear. Also, the cut of the jeans has a high waist in the front and in the back it leaves a gap.
Date published: 2015-05-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointing I bought these carpenter jeans to replace an old, finally worn out at the knees pair of Dickie carpenter jeans that are my absolute favorite work pants. The new jeans will never come close to that status. First, it was annoying that they arrived about ten inches longer than reasonable. I'm 5'5" and 115 lbs - pretty darn average. But these were too long to turn up, so added to the cost of the jeans is the cost of alteration. Then, after they were hemmed I discovered what wasn't obvious when they were way too long, and that is the one of the inseams is very skewed, running down the front of the leg from a few inches above the ankle on one leg. And they're too wide at the waist. By now you're no doubt wondering why I didn't return them. Well, I had already paid the cost of return on two other styles that I had ordered at the same time + I now had the cost of alterations into this pair, so I figured keeping them was the only way to salvage the now significant investment I had in the jeans. But it's not much of a salvage, since I never wear them.
Date published: 2015-04-21
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