Work Clothing

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Red Kap Double Knee Shop Pant
Average Customer Review:  5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5  10 Reviews   

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Meet expectations:

Reviewer: Blackie (Round rock, Tx)
Pants can be inseam 36 inches or unhem. Finally found pants meet my expectations . Hard to find work pants for tall men. Plenty pockets for things to carry/hold while working.
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VERY COMFORTABLE GREAT VALUE

Reviewer: DAVID (CULLMAN, AL)
WILL BUY MORE
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Excellent Pants and Great Fit

Reviewer: Jackie Collum (Cherokee, AL)
I like all of the extra pockets that are on the pants. They work out real good for my tools. I can carry some in the pockets when I am working on bicycles in my shop. They work out real good for a repairman .
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Great fit !

Reviewer: Harvey Hall (El Paso, TX)
Pants are tuff , comfortable, fit better and not super baggy like other cargo pants I have ordered. The right side pockets will hold a Samsung Note 3 in a Defender hard Case. I have 5 pair , and will re-order as needed.
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Super Comfortable

Reviewer: Kyle (Hamilton, Ga)
These pants are made to work in. These pants move well in hot and humid conditions.
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Reviewer: Mark Tichy (Easton, Pa)
Thought pants may be heavy in hot weather but not at all the pants breath well.
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Haven't had them long but so far very impressed.

Reviewer: Cint Cox (winslow, )
If they look and feel as good as they do now in a year I'll be sold forever. Would give them five but can't with the short time I've had them.
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Work Pants

Reviewer: Christopher Tom (Pagosa Springs, CO)
Love them, will be ordering more soon!
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Great pants.

Reviewer: Robert Whyte (Mission Viejo, CA)
I saw these pants at the SEMA show last year and was looking forward to them being available. I'm not disappointed. They fit true to size and the knee pad is lower than on other pants so when I have to put a knee on the floor I'm not on the seam. The carpenter style pocket on the right is perfect for a bottle of polish or small tools, brushes, etc. and the utility style pocket on the left holds my phone and keeps it from getting dusted with compound debry. Of course, there is no exposed hardware which is very important when I'm standing close to a one of a kind Ferrari, a classic Benz, or any other car I'm getting paid to take care of. Even on hot days the fabric breaths and they're roomy enough to stay cool. They allow easy movement. They look like they're going to wear well though I've only had them a couple of weeks. The look is service not servant and professional. I recommend these to everyone who uses this kind of gear. In fact, I think they should be standard issue just in case something comes up where pair of really good work pants might be needed.
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What I've been looking for.

Reviewer: Bob Whyte (Mission Viejo, California)
I'm a detailer who does a lot of very high end cars so I'm very particular about everything I use including my clothing. These pants have no exposed metal, they are loose enough to let me move easily but don't look baggy or sloppy. The covered utility pocket on the left side holds my phone out of harms way and keeps it from getting dusty. The open side pockets on the right side can hold a brush, a bottle of polish, a detail stick, or other tools, without putting those things close to the car. The double padding for the knees is about two inches lower than on other double knee pants I've used and because of this, when I do put a knee on the floor, I'm not kneeling on the lower seam of the pad which in my experience causes the stitching to break and the pants to start looking ratty. The material is heavy enough to provide adequate protection but not so heavy as to be hot because there is enough room for ventilation. I've been waiting since I saw these pants at SEMA last year for them to come out and I'm definitely not disappointed.