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FAQ - Carhartt

What is Cotton Duck?

Cotton duck is a type of cotton fabric with a high thread count and a smooth feel. It ends up being slightly lighter in weight than a canvas fabric but is quite durable and a popular choice for workwear fabric.

What is Carhartt Force?

Carhartt Force is a line of ultra tough workwear that can withstand daily wear and hard use. It’s designed to dry quickly and keep you cool with sweat-wicking technology.

What is Carhartt Full Swing Technology?

A good work jacket is hard to find, and we’re all searching for a great piece that can last a long time. Carhartt Full Swing products are the exact product to fit this mold. Because we both know, Mother Nature isn’t planning any days off. That’s why you’re covered with Carhartt, rain or shine. That’s why we’ve got Full Swing jackets for every scenario from fleece lined to water repellent to durable FR protection. We do our job so you can do yours and stay protected against the elements!

What is Carhartt's warmest lining?

Yukon Extremes collection of Thinsulate and CORDURA is designed to withstand the elements like nothing else. Thinsulate is Carhartt’s featherless insulation that provides extreme warmth without any weight, and CORDURA is a strong, versatile fabric that protects against wear and tear, so you can get the job done without worrying about your gear.

What are Carhartt Bib Short, Regular and Tall sizes?

Carhartt Bib comes in Short, Regular and Tall sizes to fit you perfectly. Short is made for those that are 5’3’’-5’7’’ tall, Regular is for those that are 5’7’’ to 5’11” tall, and Tall is for those that fall between 5’11” to 6’3”. Tall is also 1 inch longer in the torso than Regular sizes to give a little more room.

 
What are Care instructions for Carhartt FR?

Carhartt flame-resistant clothing needs special care in order to maintain its thermal protective properties. For unlined, denim, twill, and chambray items, machine wash warm up to 160°F/70°C.

For lined items, machine wash warm up to 140°F/60°C. For all items, avoid chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide bleach, softeners or starch and tumble dry on low. All items can be ironed on low heat and dry cleaned.