If you want to drag a little bag around with you while you work, get a purse. But if you want all your gear to be accessible and easy to carry, wear these Wrangler Riggs Men's Charcoal 3W070 CH Cordura Canvas Construction Cargo Pants. After all, when you are on the ... (see full details) (see specifications) #WRG3W070CH.
If you want to drag a little bag around with you while you work, get a purse. But if you want all your gear to be accessible and easy to carry, wear these Wrangler Riggs Men's Charcoal 3W070 CH Cordura Canvas Construction Cargo Pants. After all, when you are on the job the last thing you want to do is have to carry around something extra.
But men do wear work pants that know how to be rugged. That's exactly what this pair of work pants are. The charcoal grey material is 10.5 ounce Cordura canvas fabric, made with a combination of 75% cotton fibers and 25% Cordura nylon. Soft, machine-washable cotton is the perfect match for lightweight, abrasion-resistant nylon of these Wrangler Riggs pants. Together, they create canvas-like cloth that repels wind and water, even as it feels soft and comfortable around your body.
Designed with the Wrangler Riggs room2move styling, these cargo pants fit comfortably everywhere. You'll have plenty of room to move around and get the job done. Thanks to the storage space, you'll have plenty of places to put your gear. Reinforced back pockets and side cargo pockets with flaps and concealed snaps give you lots of space. The right side hammer loop and patented leather tape measure reinforcement on the right front pocket add more tool slots to this pair of Cordura pants.
Triple-needle stitching was used throughout the design of these men's pants for durability. Instead of one thread, three were used to create each stitch. That means these work pants are three times as strong as a pair made with the single-needle stitching technique. Reinforced front panels (with a dirt drop vent for easy cleaning) add even more durability.
Wide belt loops allow you to add the accessory of your choice to complete the look. You don’t need a purse or a little bag to work. You just need Wrangler Riggs Men's Charcoal 3W070 CH Cordura Canvas Construction Pants.
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5 out of 5
durable work pants...
You get a bang for your buck with these pants. Pockets galore for carrying extra gear. The double knees adds to the longevity of the life of the pants. Don't let the stiffness of the material defer you from buying these pants. Once you get them broken in the will become your favorite pants for cooler weather.
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4 out of 5
Heavy duty work pants....
I gave these Riggs pants a 4 for a couple of reasons, none of which concern durablility or function. On the plus side, these pants are extremely heavy duty work pants. Something I am getting used to after wearing Red Kap 100% cotton for many years. The Riggs cotton/cordura is a heavyweight fabric which should wear like iron. Plenty of pocket/pouch room for tools, parts, etc. I do maintenance work in a medical facility and the tool space is perfect for me. The pants are stiff out of the package. Had to wash several times in a row to get them to loosen up, but they are comfortable now. You have to expect some break-in with a fabric of this blend and weight. I will expect more comfort as time and washings go on. The double knees are not noted on the website and add to the stiffness, but certainly do add to the durability as well.
On the minus side, one pair of pants came through minus three belt loops on the right side. That and the many loose strings/threads which weren't trimmed/removed leaves me to think quality control is lax at the factory. Also, these are cut "big", i.e. the relaxed fit is very relaxed. I was wearing 46x30 in Red Kap (granted the cotton probably did shrink a bit) and those were fairly snug. As I am losing some weight, I ordered 44x30 in the Riggs and they are actually loose at the waist and long on me. With the cordura in the fabric I don't see these shrinking much. Other than that I have absolutely no other complaints on the Riggs workwear.