Product Review – Wrangler RIGGS Ripstop Carpenter Pants
- 10 oz. 100% cotton Ripstop fabric
- Room2move(TM) fit
- Leather tape measure reinforcement on the right front pocket
- Action gusset for wider range in movement
- Front pockets, hammer loop, Cordura(R) lined back pockets
The RIGGS Ripstop Carpenter Pant is built tough and ready to take on anything during a day of hard work. This pant is made from 10 oz. 100% cotton Ripstop fabric. Ripstop material is specially made to resist tearing and ripping, and will also prevent existing rips and tears from spreading through out the fabric. The Ripstop Carpenter pant has room2move(TM) fit that means a better fit for you in the seat, thigh, knee, and leg openings. Along with an action gusset, you will find RIGGS patented leather tape measure reinforcement on the right front pocket. For all your storage needs the Ripstop Carpenter Pant has front pockets as well as a hammer loop on the right side. The back pockets are reinforced at stress areas to withstand bending and moving on the job, and are also lined with 1000 Denier Cordura(R).
I was given a pair of these pants in order to facilitate a review. I have three kids with the same size waist so it was a no brainer to select a size. These pants are so well made. I am incredibly impressed with their quality. The stitching is perfect and the fabric is very sturdy. With our busy lives and our hiking and camping – the more pockets, the better and these pants totally fit that bill. We all love the color – Loden – earthy colors are totally “in” lately and they are cool. Of course now my son (the one in the photo – there are two others) wants many more pairs of these pants. He is brutal on his pants so we will see how they hold up when the warmer weather gets here. They are much better constructed than any other pants he has so we will probably be purchasing many more pairs. All in all we love these pants and don’t have one negative thing to say about them!
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