RIGGS WORKWEARÂ® by WranglerÂ® Utility Jean
Great Work Jeans!
Double knee design is beneficial when you work in small spaces on your knees. Fit is great, and they hold up well through hard use.
July 31, 2012
Good pair of jeans. Feels solid as advertised.
Good pair of jeans. Feels solid as advertised. But time will ultimately tell. I bought it to wear when I ride my motorcycle. Looks okay, although my wife doesn't like the look of the extra denim on the front of the jeans.
June 4, 2012
Nice dark color, but warmer than regular Jeans. We'll see how they last.
April 13, 2012
Great cut and ease of motion for a big man. This pair of work jeans are made for exactly that,work!
March 28, 2012
My husband loves these jeans!
I bought 2 pair of these jeans for my husband a year ago and just bought him 2 more pair. These were not purchased to replce the 2 previous pair which are still going strong but to replace different pants. He is a union carpenter and is very rough on his work jeans. Other very popular and more expensive name brands with similar features have always ripped in the crotch area because of all the crouching he does in his job and after 1 year of wearing the crotch is still holding strong as compaired to the the multiple patches the other pants have. The double knees protect him as well as give an extra layer of wear. The only negative to these pants is that the side pocket at the knee is small and does not hold a cell phone which was previously his favorite spot to hold it.
January 15, 2012
Great jeans, but very warm for indoor work
I bought a 32x32 which are a little big, but that's okay because they fit with a belt and will also fit over layers if need be. I work indoors, and bought these for work purposes, but the double layer of denim gets very warm. Great for outdoor work in cooler/cold temps so I'm saving them for that and will order a different kind for work.
January 12, 2012
I have never had a pair of Wranglers before, but I have seen a few co-workers wearing them, so when I did an internet search for double knee jeans I was ready to give them a try. I have obly worn them now for a week and so far I am pleased with them. I like the double knee feature because I am allway wearing out my work jeans in the knees. I am a swimmng pool pro and the jobsites can be a real mess. I need a rugged jean that can take some punishment and last me a while. I think these jeans won't disappiont me. There are all king of other usefull features built into the jeans for me to have my tools at the handy and I like that. I quality of the denim seems above average from other jeans I have used for work jeans. The fit seem a bit loose not so much the waist but the legs which is fine with me . they are comfortable and I hope to get alot of use out of them.
November 9, 2011
The name says it all. My husband works for the Utility company and these are the only jeans that are comfortable, allow him to move, be on and off his knees and not wear through a pair of jeans quickly. They last, they clean up well and the only place we can find them is at Wrangler.com!
July 10, 2011
great work pants
bought these for my husband along with the ripstop work pants. these are heavy duty, yet flexible/comfortable work jeans that seem to have great quality at a lesser price than other well known name brand work pants. this is our first purchase of Wranglers work wear and my husband has broke them in over the last couple of weeks. he works in construction, so most pants only last about 1 year before they are torn in the rear, crouch, and knees. We are hoping these last as long or longer than his usual work pants. they look great on him, i think they are a great choice for his type of job!
June 9, 2011
excellent, I can't think of a thing that I would improve.
February 1, 2011
durable tough jeans
these jeans i just purchased are rugged and durable and the value was awesome.
November 11, 2010
The most comfortable jean ever.
October 6, 2010
Great Work Pants
I love these jeans. They're well engineered with double stitching, rivets and lined rear pockets. There is a 'cell phone' pocket on each side you can use to carry your most used tools so they're always with you. I was a little concerned that the extra fabric on the front panels would affect fit / comfort, but they fit perfectly and move great.
July 23, 2010
Can't go wrong
This an excellent pair of work jeans. the best part of this style are the two leg pockets. I wish your other jeans had this feature. The double knee and thigh is great. The fabric at the top of the doubled up leg always wears out way befor the rest of the pair of jeans.
And I like the large back pockets
May 6, 2010
The Best Jeans
My husband loves these jeans! They are comfortable and durable. They are the only ones that last for him at work, and he's had a few pairs last him over a year! The only issue he has is with the suspender buttons on the inside of the waistband, I just cut those off.
April 7, 2010
Too early to tell....
I need to perform durability testing. Ask me in a year or two what I think of these jeans.
March 31, 2010
Couldn't find these in stores
I tried to find this size in many retail stores. It appears that stores seem to not carry 36" length in larger sizes typically. Especially in waist sizes greater than 36.
January 30, 2010
Well made Jeans
January 13, 2010
I bought a pair of these two years ago and never saw them again in another area of country I moved to. Finally sent away from them and still very satisfied
January 6, 2010
I bought these for my husband for Christmas. He said they do fit a little snugger than usual but is extremely happy with them. They are very tough and sturdy and I don't expect to have to be mending these any time soon. I would definitely recommend these to anyone that's rough on their clothes with the jobs they do. These will hold up well for you. I will say though that if you go commando, purchasing these would be the right time to start purchasing underwear as well. My husband said they rub pretty bad.
December 30, 2009
Sexy Working man jeans
They fit so well, brings a smile to my face when i watch him walk
December 18, 2009