Carhartt

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Carhartt: Outdoor Jackets, Hats, Pants & Shirts for All Ages


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Built to work as hard as you do, Carhartt apparel is some of the toughest and most durable work clothes available anywhere. Carhartt began all the way back in 1889 when Hamilton Carhartt began producing overalls with two sewing machines and a half-horsepower electric motor in a small Detroit loft. He gradually improved his designs, taking advice directly with local railroad workers until his rugged and durable apparel became recognized as some of the best work clothes anywhere.

 

After many years of growth and expansion, Carhartt's authentic quality has remained. Each Carhartt sweatshirt, Carhartt beanie, and pair of Carhartt pants is built with tough modern materials that not only last under hard use, but can keep you safe. Pants like the Carhartt Washed Work Dungaree are incredibly functional, with features such as heavyweight cotton, reinforced pockets, and extra tool pockets. Their Carhartt Flannel Lined Duck Jacket is likewise packed with features and made with some of the best materials available anywhere. Perfect for almost any sort of work, or just for everyday use, Carhartt truly has something for everyone.

 

We at OutlandUSA.com love Carhartt, and many of our employees wear their gearactively on the job. It is a fantastic choice if you live an active or outdoor lifestyle, and it is priced very reasonably, especially for what you get. If you're looking to upgrade your work gear, be sure to give Carhartt a try. 

Made by Hand: Carhartt Made in USA

Get a closer look at Carhartt factories located right here in America and the hardworking men and women behind the scenes.

 Questions & Tips

Q: What is the best way to clean or care for my Carhartt item?

Please refer to the chart below:

Product Category                  Product Care

T-Shirts                                 Wash cold, do not bleach, and tumble dry medium. Remove promptly.

Jackets/Coats                       Wash warm, do not bleach, and tumble dry medium. Remove promptly.

Canvas Shorts and Pants     Wash cold, do not bleach, and tumble dry medium. Remove promptly.

Duck Shorts and Pants         Wash warm, do not bleach, and tumble dry medium. Remove promptly.

Shirt Jacs                              Wash cold, do not bleach, and tumble dry medium. Remove promptly.

Woven Shirts                         Wash cold, do not bleach, and tumble dry medium. Remove promptly.

Base Layer                            Wash cold, do not bleach, and tumble dry medium. Remove promptly.

Bib Overalls                           Wash warm, do not bleach, and tumble dry medium. Remove promptly.

Coveralls                                Wash cold, do not bleach, and tumble dry with no heat or hang to drip dry. Remove promptly.

Jeans, Shorts and Sweats     Wash cold, do not bleach, and tumble dry medium. Remove promptly.

Caps                                      Hand wash cold, do not bleach.

Gloves                                   Spot Wash by hand in luke-warm water with mild detergent. Hang to dry. Do not use hot water. Do not put in dryer.


Flame Resistant Category 

Unlined Clothing: 

Machine wash warm at temperature not to exceed 160F (70C).
Do not use chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide bleach, softeners or starch.
Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Iron with low heat. Dry cleanable.
      

Lined Clothing:

Machine wash warm at temperature not to exceed 140F (60C).
Do not use chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide bleach, softeners or starch.
Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Iron with low heat. Dry cleanable.

Denim Clothing:

Machine wash warm at temperature not to exceed 160F (70C).
Do not use chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide bleach, softeners or starch.
Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Iron with low heat. Dry cleanable.
             

Twill Clothing:

Machine wash warm at temperature not to exceed 160F (70C).
Do not use chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide bleach, softeners or starch.
Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Iron with low heat. Dry cleanable.

Chambray Clothing:

Machine wash warm at temperature not to exceed 160F (70C).
Do not use chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide bleach, softeners or starch.
Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Iron with low heat. Dry cleanable.
Q: How does Carhartt measure chest size?

To determine chest size, measure the circumference around the chest underneath the arms.

Warranty

Carhartt is committed to the quality of their gear. If any piece arrives defective or damaged, Carhartt do everything they can to come to a solution. 

If you believe you qualify, please contact us.


For non-warranty exchanges and returns, please see our policy here.

Sizing Charts

It's easy to find the right fit by viewing Carhartt's size charts:

Men's

Women's

Kid's