WranglerÂ® Carpenter Jean
Quality of Product
I have bought many of these jeans. Always have the problem of the rear pockets ripping loose and rear belt loops pulling out. A hole always develops right below the front zipper next to the stitching. Lately, the front pockets have been getting holes in them. Seems like the fabric is getting too soft and they don't hold up. Someone in quality control and/or design needs to look at these issues and come up with some better re-inforcing in these stress point areas. I have plenty of pairs that I could send them for analysis. I like the jeans, but they just aren't holding up like old jeans used to.
June 4, 2015
They tend to run a little large in the sizes, but the jeans are built well and wear well.
June 1, 2015
what's with the cheap pockets?
this is on two pairs not just one,the denim is sturdy,the fit is great.after 3 months the front pocket I keep cash in has holes wearing in it and the stitching is separating,the other front pocket I keep keys in and there is no holes.
March 22, 2015
only these jeans
i am a 20 yr union carpenter. these are the only jeans i ever wear, none others. they hold up, fit me, can afford them. i depend on these every day.
February 26, 2015
great features. long-wearing. great value
more of a question than a review. after years of wearing 30x32's carpenter jeans, for the past two years I have needed 29x32's. they seem to be nearly impossible to find, either at brick-and-mortar stores or online. is this because it is a popular size that literally "flies off the shelves", or because it is an odd size that is not produced. it is always listed, but nearly always out-of-stock. brick-and-mortars? 30x32's and 29x30's are common, while 29x32's are just not seen. again, why?
October 25, 2014
Love the jeans but wish ran longer in length
Having a 42 waist I can only select 32 inseam, Being 6'6" I would greatly appreciate having the choice to buy a 34 inseam. Not sure why you don't offer taller larger people a longer inseam. There is a belief all fat people must be short.
September 20, 2014