Gear up for summer on-site with Carhartt’s range of work shorts

As the sun starts to shine and the days grow warmer, it’s time to change from those heavy work trousers into something more comfortable: work shorts. But not just any shorts will do. You need something that’s tough and flexible, built to withstand the rigours of a hard day’s work while still allowing you to move with ease. That’s where Carhartt’s range of work shorts comes in.

Its Utility Work Shorts (104352) and Canvas Work Shorts (103111) are both made for working on-site. Made with Rugged Flex technology that provides extra flexibility in all the right places, you can crouch, crawl, bend, and kneel without feeling restricted. And with triple-stitched main seams, these shorts are built to last.

Carhartt says that what really sets the Utility Work Shorts apart is their pockets. They are plentiful enough to hold all of your tools, phones, coins, and more, and to ensure they will withstand constant use, the high-wear areas, including pocket edges, are reinforced with tough Cordura material.

The fabric of the Canvas Work Shorts is not only comfortable, but it washes well and looks great too. And thanks to Stain Breaker technology, these shorts are stain-resistant, meaning they’re made to get dirty but come up sparkling, looking new for longer.

The Utility Work Shorts are a relaxed fit with 11in inside leg and come in black or steel. The Canvas Work Shorts have a 10in inside leg and are available in black, navy or dark khaki. In these Carhartt’s work shorts, you’ll be comfortable, flexible, and ready to tackle any job that comes your way this summer.

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