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Carhartt Men's Flame-Resistant Relaxed-Fit Straight-Leg Jeans

Item # 420735
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Key Features

  • Rugged, flame-resistant cotton denim fabric

  • Garment-washed for a soft, lived-in look/feel

  • Sits slightly below the waist; relaxed seat/thigh

  • Arc-resistant button at waist; brass zipper fly

  • Generous leg openings for easy on/off over boots


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Product Description
carhartt For long-wearing durability and reliable protection on the job, you can't go wrong with the Carhartt Flame-Resistant Relaxed-Fit Straight-Leg Jeans. Rugged, flame-resistant denim fabric is garment-washed for a soft, lived-in look and feel. The jeans are designed to sit slightly below the natural waist, with a relaxed fit through the seat and thigh and straight leg openings. The jeans feature an arc-resistant button waist closure with sewn-on belt loops; a brass zipper fly with Nomex zipper tape; and generous leg openings to fit easily over work boots or shoes. Slash hand pockets (one with an interior coin pocket) and reinforced rear patch pockets provide convenient storage for your essential gear. This field-tested pant is engineered to meet the performance requirements of NFPA 70E and is UL Classified to NFPA 2112. 11.75-oz., 100% cotton fabric. Imported. Style#: FRB100.

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