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Wrangler Riggs Workwear By Men's Ripstop Carpenter Jean, Dark Khaki, 38W x 30L
154.35 SAR

Wrangler Riggs Workwear By Men's Ripstop Carpenter Jean, Dark Khaki, 38W x 30L

by  Wrangler, Work Safety Equipment & Gear -  2,054 ratings

154.35 SAR 

+ 46.69 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
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Main Features:
  • Rugged carpenter jean in relaxed fit featuring contrast leather at front right pocket and back pocket toplines
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Wrangler
    Color
    Dark Khaki
    Size
    38W x 30L
    Model Number
    3W020DK
    Brand
    Wrangler
    Color
    Dark Khaki
    Size
    38W x 30L
    Model Number
    3W020DK
    UPC-A
    051071569767
    Item EAN
    2724593959757
    ASIN
    B000A2K90E
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    Description:

    Wrangler's Riggs work pants are made for movement while you're on the jobsite. These durable ripstop jeans come in a carpenter-style silhouette which offers ample pockets and utility loops. The work pants for men feature Wrangler's "Room2Move" technology. Feel the difference every time you bend or

    Wrangler's Riggs work pants are made for movement while you're on the jobsite. These durable ripstop jeans come in a carpenter-style silhouette which offers ample pockets and utility loops. The work pants for men feature Wrangler's "Room2Move" technology. Feel the difference every time you bend or squat Tackle your next task in a pair of comfortable-yet-durable Riggs Carpenter Work Jeans by Wrangler.

 

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  • Ehhh....not as good as I originally thought
    By Amazon Customer on 08 August 2018

    This is my second review and a follow-up to my first review. I originally gave these pants a four-star rating, but now I’m dropping that to three stars.

    I said before that the pants were holding up well under all of my workloads (facilities maintenance), but almost as if it were divine intervention— the pants have started to show a lack in durability since posting my last review.

    Don’t get me wrong. For the price point that I paid (about $25-$30 per pair), they still aren’t too bad. But I am going on about four months now of wearing three pairs interchangeably, and they are starting to exponentially wear out.

    On one pair, I had a bush branch poke a hole through the calf portion of the the right leg. The hole has continuously gotten bigger and bigger with each passing day. These pants are certainly not true “ripstop” pants, though they look like it at a glance.

    On all three pairs, I have seam threads coming apart at all of the pockets, but especially the back pockets.

    I was definitely hoping to see at least a good six months before seeing these signs of wear, but I do understand the mantra— you get what you pay for.

    I still have the same opinions of the hammer loop. I never use it. I never see anyone else consistently use it. I still believe that the left-leg pocket should be slightly deeper, and there should be an identical pocket on the right leg, replacing the hammer loop.

    Hopefully, I won’t feel the need to come bump these down again to two stars in the future. However, whether I do that or not, I don’t think I will purchase these pants again. In the trades, every dollar you spend replacing/repairing your tools, equipment, and even clothing, is a dollar you don’t get to take home to your family.

    Next time, I think I will just buy once, and cry once.

    16 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • not the same pants...
    By techs on 21 December 2018

    Riggs Workwear Carpenter Jeans have been my every day pants for decades — FIVE STARS. The last pair I bought had dropped two belt loops off the back, so anything you carry on your belt slides around to the small of your back instead of staying where you put it behind your hip (and they will bunch up funny if you use a belt to cinch up winter pants in the summer).

    This purchase has that problem plus — the inseam is smaller, the waist is smaller, the rise is shorter, the zipper is shorter. Not enough to make it seem like an incorrect size label, but like the pattern or the quality control has changed along with some of the detail work. Just enough that they don't really fit well. The most comfortable pants ever may have become barely tolerable.

    Update: It's not quality control. I've spent the past three months waiting for an exchange or explanation from Wrangler. They too pants back and sent a replacement pair, but no explanation. They measure exactly the same, and are wrong in exactly the same ways. Apparently Wrangler has just decided to make them wrong. Old 32s still fit well but are no longer presentable; new 32s I can't zip or button or bend over. Old 34s fall off my hips, but I'm still deciding whether to spend the time and money to see whether larger pants will work.

    7 people found this review helpful

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  • but not nearly as bad as the shorts version
    By T. Mark Graham on 12 August 2017

    A little tight in thigh, but not nearly as bad as the shorts version. The point of pockets is to put things in them. If putting things in the pocket makes it so tight that one cannot retrieve anything from the pockets, it defeats the purpose. I was looking for a cooler, lighter weight alternative to the relaxed fit Wrangler Jeans. These are okay, but apparently some designer is confusing "work pants" with "check out my tight butt at the disco".

    12 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Quality materials, but the fit is absolutely terrible for anyone with human proportions.
    By Jason W. on 10 June 2018

    The quality of the construction seems fine, but the design of the fit is absolutely horrible.

    Previously, I tried a 34x36 (my usual pant size, i'm 6'6" @ 205lbs) and I couldn't even get the waist to close on the pants, but everything else looked like it would have fit correctly. This time I tried ordering the next size up - 36x36. It was like some kind of bad joke pant, the waist fit loose enough I could pull the pants down without unsnapping them, and the legs looked like MC Hammer pants from the 90s... could have fit three of my legs in them.

    7 people found this review helpful

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  • The size I always purchase but to tight at the waist.
    By IMHOGYLD on 18 March 2018

    I purchased the jeans because I wanted the freedom of movement that they provide without spending three times the money that another retailer charges for their jeans of the same quality. I already have three pair of the cargo style and they fit just fine, probably a little on the larger side than I like and are just 1 inch larger in the waist than all my other Wrangler jeans but when I purchased them I was about 20 lbs. heaver. I also have about 25 pair of the Wrangler carpenter jeans and short all in the same size and they all fix fine, maybe a little loose around the waist. So when I purchasing these Wranglers carpenter jeans I purchased the same size as every other pair that I own. Much to my dismay they are to tight and it was a struggle to get them buttoned around my waist. One pair had a missing belt loop. I waited to long to return them to Amazon because I was hoping that they would relax after washing and it was winter so I was wearing flannel lined Wranglers. So after opening the second pair of four and finding the belt loop missing I decided to return them to Wrangler. After contacting them and explaining to them the problem I was having they sent me a return label and I returned them. I'm currently waiting for my returned merchandise in the correct size and with all the belt loops.

    4 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

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