Carhartt launches easy-to-use DIY repair kits


Don’t part ways with your beloved Carhartt clothes because of worn-out zippers or wear and tear holes just yet. Instead, breathe new life into your old gear with the new Carhartt DIY repair kits.

For over 130 years, Carhartt has been known for its rugged construction, innovative designs, exceptional quality standards, durability and unmatched comfort. Its comprehensive range encompasses tough yet comfortable work trousers, jackets, T-shirts, hoodies and shorts – each piece a testament to its commitment to quality, craftsmanship and performance.

To make sure you really get the most out of its gear, Carhartt’s free DIY repair kits contain the buttons, zipper sliders and fabric patches you need to fix up small bits of wear and tear that happen over time.

The Patch Kit is designed to tackle those small tears or holes on your trusty trousers, dungarees and jackets. Suitable for any hole smaller than 1.5″, these patches, available in black, dark brown, and Carhartt brown, simply iron on.

The Slider Kit makes it easy to repair zippers on jackets, coats, vests, overalls, coveralls and trousers, while the Button Kit (in two colour options) needs nothing more than a hammer from your toolkit and a solid surface to fix any broken buttons that come your way.

If you are ready to embark on your repair journey, simply fill out the contact form on the Carhartt website and the dedicated customer service team will be quickly back in touch. Don’t hang up your old Carhartt clothes just yet!

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