Men's Klondike Trousers - Blue
- regular tapered fit, low waist
- metal rivets or bartack - stitching at vital stress points
- square label
- button fly
- Product Type
- Product Season
- All the Seasons
- I01777932 1C02
- Solid Color
- Made in
- Size Scale
- JEANS MAN - waist
- Year Group
Carhartt was founded to produce work clothes for railroad workers.
Its initial growth during the 1890s focused on the need for durable and resistant clothing for this category of workers. Over time, the Carhartt products developed of the distinctive features, designed to extend the resistance, including the use of rugged threads, reinforcing rivets in greater stress points and a range of high-tech materials, flame resistant, to abrasions or water.
To date, the Carhartt clothing is commonly found in non-metropolitan sites, such as farms, ranches, etc.
In Europe it is marketed as a brand of the most fashionable clothing, comparable to Stüssy, Dickies, Rest, Element and Volcom or claims related groups such as artists, musicians and skaters