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The Wrangler Carpenter Pants for Men are Flame Resistant Jeans, which have an Arc Thermal Protective Value of 23.7 cal/cm2, so they can withstand 23.7 calories of energy per square centimeter of fabric. The Wrangler Men's Flame Resistant Carpenter Jeans are rated at Hazard Risk Category 2 and meet the standards of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269, NFPA-70E and ASTM F1506-02ae1. These jeans can be used as personal protective equipment in environments where these standards are necessary.
Wearing the proper personal protective equipment can save your life in a fire situation, especially if you work with electricity or where other fire hazards are common. These Wrangler carpenter jeans are unique because they feature an arc-resistant button waistband with a concealed inner track and Nomex fire retardant zipper tape. In the event of fire, this can help to protect you against burns that could occur with other fire retardant pants. These jeans are constructed with triple needle stitching, so they can stand up to tough work environments. The Wrangler Men's Flame Resistant Carpenter Jeans are made from 100 percent cotton for excellent durability and comfort.
Wrangler is one of the best-known work clothing brands. Since 1943, Wrangler has been making high quality jeans for working men everywhere.
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Durable,true to size and affordable
I ordered FRjeans for my son in law..they came in his name(making it a surprise) he loves the fit!! And the look!! You made 3 of us extremely happy!! Thank you!!
Very pleased with the comfort and fit of these jeans. Seem durable too but I plan to put them to the test
I have purchased this jeans in the past from Fr Depot. Really the only place I can find my size . Shipped quickly. Will buy again someday.
We always order these jeans from FRDepot. They always have what we need. Fast shipping. These jeans last better than any ever. Have never had the crotch bust out like other jeans. Last forever.
GREAT FIT, FAST SHIPPINGS
Amanda was assume. When I ordered they weren't in stock, so asked me about hemming a long pair. That wasn't going to happen, but she tried to get them to sooner. I thought at was assume.
They don’t fit the same, seem to have a lower waist line an higher crotch. No longer have the hammer loop