Wrangler’s Riggs workwear cargo pants feature side cargo pockets with flaps and concealed snaps as well as side slant pockets and deep back pockets to help keep essentials secure. There is an action gusset for maximum mobility and reinforced knees that are ventilated to prevent buildup of dirt, dust and other debris.
Wrangler’s flame-resistant utility pants feature articulated knees for unrestricted movement, a right-side hammer loop, left rear tool pocket and reinforced hip pockets. They are made of cotton and spandex and certified to ATPV 8.8 cal/cm2.
Lapco Manufacturing’s L-PFRDHC6 FR cargo pants feature two slack-style front pockets and cargo pockets on the legs. It meets HRC/CAT 2 with an ATPV of 8.9 cal/cm2. There is double-needle stitching on the pockets, out-seams, waist and inseams.
Dovetail Workwear’s Britt Utility straight-leg pants are relaxed through the hip and leg with room for boots. They feature a midrise, contoured waist, 11 pockets and a tool loop. They have double-front, articulated knees and double-front leg panels and are available in five colors.
KC Jacks’ tradesman dungarees feature a side pocket that fits most cell phones, offset back pockets and triple-needle stitching. The straight-leg styling fits all boots, and the heavy metal brass zippers open, close and stay. The 14-oz. bull denim is very durable, and the low drag hammer loop hangs tools.
Rack-A-Tiers’ ProJob work pants have two holster pockets that can be tucked into the side pockets, and one has an extra pocket and one with tool loops. They feature internal pockets for knee protectors that can be adjusted to two height levels. The length can be extended by 5 cm. The tool pockets are reinforced with 100% cordura nylon, and...