WranglerÂ® RIGGS WorkwearÂ® Contractor Jean
not realy a hammer holder
I have a Samsung mini s4 the right side is tight with case on phone but it will hold a folding rule The hammer loop well I call it a screwdriver loop it may be 1 inch long think next time I will buy carpenter jeans other then that good jeans
February 16, 2015
Comfortable, but not functional
The pants are cut well so they provide the comfort as advertised. As far as work pants go, however, they miss the mark. The "Utility Loop" on the left is useless. Too small for a valve wrench, flash light or even a hammer, I can't imagine why it's even there. The utility pockets on the left and right will accommodate linesman pliers or 2-cell "AA" flashlight, but not much else. They're both too small for a cell phone or safety glasses. Finally their are 3 "pen pouches" (?) on the left utility pocket, but they're too shallow and pens/pencils fall out.
November 20, 2014
Great reinforcement on the pocket.
My husband wore out all his pockets by shoving his tape measure on the edge. The reinforced pockets help this, but it would be nice if the patch was across the top of the whole pocket. He manages to get the tape on the patch part of the time, but he is still wearing out the top of his pocket, where he misses the patch.
August 31, 2014
I like EM !
I Don't care what anyone else thinks.....I LIKE EM !
July 1, 2014
riggs carpenter jeans
My husband loves these jeans but last 5-6pairs I bought for him has tore in the same spot by the zipper on the left hand side in all of the jeans . He would love to buy more but if they continue to do this will have to stop buying them. Has anyone else had this problem
January 9, 2014
Overall good product, but needs changes
Waist size is accurate, but seat and legs seems too baggy and I am not a thin person and usually use a relaxed fit. The give of the fabric would seem to allow a little less bagginess in the cut. More attention needs to be paid to the finishing of the product ( strings not trimmed, etc.). For the price, a more professionally finished product should be produced.
October 4, 2013