Dungarees Carpenter Jeans
Orig. $54.00Now $34.9934.99
The Carpenter is a go-to style not only for the working man, but also for anyone who wants a great fit with classic utility styling. These jeans feature an extra side pocket and a hammer loop for improved functionality and convenience.
- Overall fit: loose
- Rise: just below the waist
- Straight leg (18-in.)
- Machine washable
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Dungarees Carpenter Jeans is rated out of 5 by 168.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anthony from The quality of these jeans is going downhill! I love the way these jeans fit and I've been buying them for several years but the quality seems to be getting worse. Just like others have said in their reviews, the back pockets rip easily after a few washings (namely at the top corners of the pockets). Also, I'm having a very difficult time finding these jeans in 100% cotton. I've had to return two orders from separate merchants because they advertise them as 100% cotton but they are 75% cotton and 25% polyester. I really don't want to switch the brand of jeans I wear but it's getting to the point where there's no other option.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by Family Jeans Buyer from No Longer A Quality Product My husband has worn these jeans for YEARS....each and EVERY of the last 6 pairs has ripped in the same places....belt hoops tear off and the back pockets rip on either side of the opening. It's too bad....they are the only jeans my husband wants to wear. We've wasted too much money thinking the next pair will last like they used to. You have ruined a great product by going cheap. It's a shame. We've switched brands.
Date published: 2016-05-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointed Working Mans Wife from The Lee Company has gone downhill These are the only jeans my husband has worn for the last 15 years unfortunately the quality has gone downhill in the last several years. Every pair we have bought in the last 3 years tear out at the back pocket, belt loops rip off, and waist button rips off. Also your sizing has become inconsistent at best. It's sad really that Lee has sold out like every other USA company and doesn't care about a quality product just profit. Save your standard answer Lee "about we are passing this along to our product team." After reading a years worth of reviews seems these complaints have fallen on deaf ears. We will look for a new brand that makes a quality product. It was a good long run but it's over!
Date published: 2016-12-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointed buyer! from Bring back quality jeans! My husband used to love these jeans. They were his favorite. However, the quality of these pants has gotten very, very poor in the last couple of years. The corners of the back pockets start ripping so soon after purchase...every pair of them! The hems fray practically after 3 or 4 washes. So disappointing. Unless the quality drastically gets better, I'll never buy these for him again, nor will I recommend them to anyone. Stop cutting corners to make a bigger profit. It won't be long before nobody will buy them.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by Working Man from What happened to durability? DO NOT BUY!!! These were my favorite work jeans. I would buy 4 or 5 pair every 2-3 years. My latest purchase will be my last unless they fix the quality issues. Within weeks the pockets were ripping and after a few washes the material they use has started to rip. I bought 4 pair in different colors and they have all done the same thing. Lee please bring back the old materials, they were perfect for the working man.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by DIRTE from NOTHING COMPARES I HAVE BEEN A BIG FAN OF THESE JEANS FOR YEARS.COULDNT HARDLY FIND THEM.THE LAST 3 YEARS.GOT WORRIED AND BOUGHT THE LEE PREMIUM.NOT EVEN CLOSE TO WHAT I WANTED.THE CARPENTER JEANS ARE IN A LEAGUE OF THERE ON.YES THEY GET HOLES AROUND THE POCKETS BUT NOTHINGS PERFECT.I STARTED 8 YEARS AGO WITH 5 PAIR.AND AS OF 2012 I STILL HAVE 2 PAIR AND I WEAR THEM EVERY WEEK.AND NOW IM BACK TO GET 5 MORE PAIR TODAY.MAYBE THEY WILL GET ME TO THE YEAR 2020.BUY SOME OR BUY ALOT THEY ARE GREAT.NOT BEING PAID TO SAY THESE GREAT THINGS ABOUT LEES PANTS.BUT IF THEY WANT TO PAY ME.I WILL TAKE MY PAY IN NEW PANTS.LOL
Date published: 2012-01-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by BoJangles from Bad Quality These jeans used to be of reliable construction, but now they are less durable then a pair of cotton slacks. Honestly, I'd rather work in the basement or garage in slacks, I'd probably be able to get a couple extra years out of the slacks. The last 3 pairs of jeans have had catastrophic failure of the rear pockets in the exact same places. Even the replacement pair that Lee sent me didn't make it very far. I now have 0 pairs of jeans that I can wear to work because all of them expose underwear through the new flap in the seat of the pants. With as many complaints that I've read about the exact same problem I'm surprised that they haven't fixed the problem that they introduced. I had to take off the pair of jeans that I was wearing while I was writing this review because I could hear the pocket ripping under me.
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by Randy from Cotton / Poly blend mens jeans? Come on... I have been wearing these jeans for 15 years. I would purchase these 3 to 4 pairs at a time. Wear them around the house, and working in the yard. When they would start to show signs of wear and tare, I'd convert them to work jeans and buy another round. I work in the metal fabrication industry and these would last another year or two before they split at the seams. These jeans seemed to fit well, move nicely, and would stretch just right when kneeling or climbing a latter. However, the last time I purchased these, I noticed they didn't fit the same. They didn't move or stretch the same. They didn't feel right, and when wearing them, seemed to be thermally warmer than my work jean. Come to find out, they are NOT 100% cotton anymore. The fabric is also thinner than the 100% cotton. I have gone from being extremely satisfied with this product to having to find a replacement for these jeans. 40-50 bucks for cotton / poly blended jeans? No thank you.
Date published: 2016-12-31
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