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Carhartt Duck Carpenter Bibs (Styles #R28 and #R29)

Item # 445888
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Key Features

  • 12-ounce firm-hand 100% ring-spun cotton duck

  • Multiple tool and utility pockets and loops

  • Attached six-section nail apron

  • Double knees with cleanout bottoms

  • Accommodate knee pads

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Product Description
carhartt A rugged 12-ounce firm-hand 100% ring-spun cotton duck overall designed to be long-wearing and hard-working. Features multiple tool and utility pockets, hammer loop, and loop at the right back pocket. Theres a broad bib pocket and an attached six-section nail apron. Double knees with cleanout bottoms can accommodate knee pads. Features triple stitched main seams, zipper fly, and reinforced back pockets. And, of course, since its Carhartt you know its all been on-the-job fabric-tested to insure wear-resistance in all key areas. Imported. Carhartt Brown VPN: R28. Natural VPN: R29.

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Carhartt Duck Carpenter Bibs (Styles #R28 and #R29)

(based on 8 reviews)

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Excellent Product - Best Buy

By Girl

from Willamette Valley, Oregon

Comments about Carhartt Duck Carpenter Bibs (Styles #R28 and #R29):

For the past ten years I have been buying my husband Carhartts, which he wears all day. This is our feedback: Comfortable - ease of movement when doing carpentry, plumbing, and other repairs. Year-round wear - there's enough room to wear thermals in the winter and let the body breathe in the summer. Usable pockets/attachments - the first working man's gear that has pockets and tool hangers that are actually needed and work! Durable - no more holes in the knees because Carhartts have double-lined knees. Wash and wear - machine washable and can be dried outside in the summer or in the dryer in the winter. Good-looking - ok, bibs may not be every woman's dream, but there's something sexy about a hard-working man! These are excellent value for money and I wouldn't buy anything else! Thank you.


Awesome Product

By MarkC

from The Woodlands, TX

Comments about Carhartt Duck Carpenter Bibs (Styles #R28 and #R29):

These bibs are comfortable and extremely durable. The quality and workmanship is second to none.


The Duck Carpenter Bib ...

By DragonKnight

from Undisclosed

Comments about Carhartt Duck Carpenter Bibs (Styles #R28 and #R29):

The Duck Carpenter Bib Overall is my favorite overall for its attached six-pocket nail apron for carrying tools and objects for projects that require items in reach, its heavyweight duck material that provides comfort and durability, and Carhartt standard for quality. I have three that I wear for working, riding horses or casual, and I intend to buy more in the future. Remember to get an overall 2 or 4 inches larger than your waist size. This ensures a comfortable and roomier fit.


send him packin'

By honor

from Undisclosed

Comments about Carhartt Duck Carpenter Bibs (Styles #R28 and #R29):

When my city-boy husband retired he wanted to build things, burn things, chop stuff down and haul it away, and generally act like the little boy inside who he was fifty years ago. All he had to wear was "good" clothes, so I bought him a big pair of your bibs and pounded a hanging-up nail just inside the back door. Now he wears them whenever he is messing around, and he carries everything in his pockets, from candy to his grandpa's old pocket watch. I have to sneak them to the washer, and they come out like new. Brambles don't shred them, and gravel-sitting doesn't wear them out. He is becoming a real "old-timer", but I still love him.


roofer gives carhartt coveralls the thumbs up

By abotrap

from Saint John, NB

Comments about Carhartt Duck Carpenter Bibs (Styles #R28 and #R29):

I've been working in the roofing trade for several years now, and in that time i've been through several pairs of coveralls. Different brands/styles, but none of them seemed to stand up to the rough elements of the job or offer enough tool attachment. Work rolls along smooth since i got my carhartt coveralls with the pouch in the front. Being able to have my measuring tape, hook blade, roofing knife, neoprene roller, olfa knife, a handfull of nails and screws and my hammer all attached to me with comfort without the need for a tool belt is just awesome. No more running around looking for things here and there....i get way more done in the run of a day. The only one thing i would change about these coveralls is, maybe have the top layer of the double knee openable for easy installation of foam knee pads. Other then that...i've found what i'll be wearing at work for a while to come. thanks carhartt.

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