Carhartt releases new work-to-home joggers

Carhartt women's joggers

Carhartt has added two new additions to its line-up: the men’s Relaxed Fit Midweight Tapered Graphic Sweatpants (105899) and the women’s Relaxed Fit Fleece Jogger (105510). Designed to seamlessly transition from on-site to at-home, these sweatpants and joggers redefine comfort, style and durability anytime, anywhere.

Made from a soft midweight cotton blend fabric, the relaxed fit of the men’s Midweight Tapered Graphic Sweatpants (105899) provides that extra bit of breathing room through the seat and thigh, ensuring unrestricted movement and a fit that adapts to your lifestyle. With the Carhartt signature graphic logo printed on the left leg, the tapered leg design makes them equally suitable for lounging and stepping out for casual outings. The adjustable waistband, complete with a hidden drawcord, allows you to customise the fit, while the stretchable, elastane-reinforced rib knit cuffs ensure a secure fit that stays in place.

The women’s Relaxed Fit Fleece Jogger (105510) is also designed with comfort in mind, featuring a relaxed fit with tapered leg that allows for free movement with style. Engineered from a robust cotton-polyester blend, the cosy Clarksburg Fleece fabric is tough and strong but soft and warm, while an adjustable waistband with a discreet hidden drawcord ensures a personalised fit.

Both the men’s sweatpants and women’s joggers come with two front pockets with zipper closures along with a zippered back pocket on the wearer’s right side, meaning there is ample space to keep all essentials safe and easily accessible. Leave discomfort at the door and step into Autumn in style.

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