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Carhartt: Durable Workwear for Men and Women

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Looking for the toughest, most durable workwear on the market? Built for the American worker, Carhartt has proven its products can thrive in the most rugged conditions on earth. Hamilton Carhartt began making overalls for the steel and locomotive workers in Detroit in 1889. Today, Carhartt proudly clothes the men and women who outwork them all - the farmers, ranchers, builders, carpenters, engineers, groundskeepers, cowboys, firefighters, and hunters, just to name a few. The company continues to be inspired by American workers, so much so that they designed a line called "Made in the USA". It features some of the companies' most popular garments, and they're all made in four facilities throughout Kentucky and Tennessee.

Where to Buy Carhartt?

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Many of our independently-owned and operated Do it Best stores are authorized Carhartt dealers with a range of Carhartt clothing and workwear. Some Do it Best stores offer a full line of Carhartt clothing and others have an assortment of Carhartt mens, womens, and kids wear. Find a local Do it Best store near you and give them a call to see if they’re stocking the durable, rugged Carhartt apparel you’ve been searching for.

Most Popular Carhartt Gear

Carhartt is the top choice for men and women who battle the elements daily in their field of work. No matter what mother nature has in store, Carhartt has the shirts, vests, jackets, sweatshirts, coveralls, footwear, and accessories you need to keep moving. Check out the Carhartt pieces that have stood the test of time, making them the most popular in all of the Carhartt collections.

Carhartt has the tough gear you need for every job and every season. Crafted with durability, function, and integrity in mind, Carhartt has become a way of life for the rugged at heart, the hardworking, and the adventurous. To learn more about the complete Carhartt line, read below!

Carhartt Outerwear

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If you’re working in mild weather, you may consider the popular Carhartt vest, which is a perfect layer to fight wind but allows you to move easily with Rugged Flex® technology. You may also consider a Workman Jacket with Rain Defender® water repellent technology helping to roll off snow, mist, and rain so that you can continue to get the job done. Waterproof Bib Overalls and Force Extremes® Vortex Jackets are waterproof yet breathable, ensuring rain rolls off but sweat can still escape. When the weather turns colder, trust Carhartt to keep you warm. The most popular jackets include the Sherpa-lined Sierra Jacket and the Duck Quilted Flannel-Lined Active Jacket. Both are hooded Carhartt jackets designed to keep the cold out and the warm in. Carhartt outerwear is here so that you can always be ready to work, no matter what the weather.

Carhartt Basics

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Carhartt understands that being comfortable is just as important as durability. Each piece of Carhartt clothing is designed based on classic styles and carefully engineered for the right fit. Durable, basic work clothes range from jeans and work pants, hoodies and sweatshirts to plaids and flannels, t-shirts, and long sleeves. Men's and women's work pants are a fan favorite, made rugged and durable to take a beating, so you don’t have to. Check out the popular double-front dungarees! Whether it’s worn over a t-shirt or under a winter coat, Carhartt hoodies and sweatshirts come in a variety of colors, styles, and fabrics, like the pullover and zip-up, to keep you moving comfortably and working hard all day long. Carhartt didn’t forget about designing t-shirts, long-sleeve shirts, henleys, and button-downs that offer the perfect amount of stretch blended with Stain Breaker® technology for dirty jobs that leave you covered in mud, sweat, and dirt.

Carhartt Hunting Gear

Carhartt hunting gear

Hunting brings you closer to nature, so it’s important to have the right gear for it. Carhartt built their durability into camo and designed a collection specifically for the ultimate outdoorsman. Most of the Carhartt hunting gear has Rain Defender technology to keep you dry so that you can focus on the hunt. New bird hunting canvas jackets, vests, and shirts come with padded shooting shoulders, shell storage pockets holding ten shells each, and two back water bottle pockets. If you’re hunting big or small game, the extra-quiet, all-weather camo gear includes gloves, hats and caps, pants, vests, jackets, and even socks.

Carhartt Kids

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Carhartt kid’s clothes are designed for the adventurer who isn’t afraid to get dirty. Sometimes, regular kid’s clothes just don’t last and wear out too quickly. Carhartt designed a complete line of infant, toddler, and children clothing ranging from newborn sizes to youth 16. This line features overalls, jackets, shirts, and accessories for boys and girls. Since Carhartt clothes are built to last, you can plan on passing them down from one kid to the next! Keep your kids exploring and adventuring in the best gear available!

Carhartt Accessories

Whether you’re on a family camping trip, on a backwoods trail, or it’s just another day on the job, Carhartt accessories are just another example of Carhartt gear that goes the extra mile. Some of our favorites include Duck Nail Tool Belt, Legacy Women’s North Shore Tote, and of course, Carhartt Acrylic watch hats! Other popular Carhartt accessories include:

Don't forget to find your local Do it Best store and give them a call to see if they're stocking Carhartt clothing, gear, and accessories!

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