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Carhartt Jeans: Women's Flame Resistant WFRB160 DNM Relaxed Fit Jeans
Finding jeans that actually fit your body while at the same time offering work-friendly features shouldn't be a crapshoot. But many women will tell you it's easier said than done. Rest your weary eyes, ladies. We've found them: Carhartt Women's WFRB160 DNM Flame-Resistant Relaxed Fit Denim Jeans.
These flame-resistant jeans have been garment washed to give them softness that feels custom made the first time you put them on. The 14.75-ounce denim is a blend of 88% cotton and 12% high-tenacity nylon, so they remember your curves and fit even after washing. Comfortable features include a mid-rise fit, a contoured waistband and a relaxed cut in the seat and thighs to allow for freedom of movement. The two back pockets on these Carhartt jeans are reinforced so they stay together, wash after wash.
But do not be fooled by their comfy demeanor...these relaxed fit jeans are ready for work. The fabric is flame-resistant. It's made by Mount Vernon Mills, a company with over 150 years of textile manufacturing under their belt. The snap closure is arc-resistant and high-tension to stay shut, and the brass zipper fly has Nomex zipper tape for added security. You can be certain that these pants guard against flame and electrical arc hazards. They're NFPA 70E and 2112 compliant, in fact. These FR jeans are also rated HRC 3. The leg openings are wide enough to fit over work boots.
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These jeans would only be rated as okay....the hip area runs large compared to the waist running small. Every pair of female carhartt pants (jeans or otherwise) seem to fit differently. Therefore it is difficult to purchase carhartt and know what size you need. Typically end up exchanging. Just not a good fit. Really big in the legs too which personally I do not like.