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Blaklader Toughguy Utility Painter Pants - 16311210

Blaklader Toughguy Utility Painter Pants - 16311210
SKU: CGBL1631-1210
MPN: 16311210
$78.00
$59.95


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    • 100% Cotton, 11 oz.
    • CORDURA® Reinforced
    • Metal Zipper Fly
    • Side Hammer Loop
    • Metal Buttons
    • Reinforced Crotch Seam
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$78.00
$59.95
  • Details
    Don't worry painters - Blaklader didn't forget about you! Painting is just as demanding as any other trade so it requires the same functional clothing to get the job done smarter and faster. The Blaklader Toughguy CORDURA® Painter Pants feature back pockets with bellow, a leg pocket with flap and telephone/pen pocket. Plus many other functional pockets to make your job easier. So whether you're wearing another pair of white work pants or paint-splattered jeans, don't you think it's time you got something truly built for your trade?
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  • Additional Information
    Clothing Weight Heavyweight
    Country Of Origin Sri Lanka
    Style Regular Fit
    Style Straight Leg
    Season Everyday
    Material Canvas
    Material Cotton
    Style Cargo
    Style Painters
    Style Work
    Product Type Pants
    Gender Men
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Color White
    Brand Blaklader
  • 7 Reviews

    7 Reviews

    • 4
      Durable and great

      Posted by Jonathon w on May 5th 2017

      I love these pants because they're different than conventional paining pants. The convenience of kneepads and a variety of pockets to put things and make them more versatile than conventional any pants I've wore.

    • 5
      Positive

      Posted by Marko on Apr 13th 2017

      These are a very comfortable pair of pants . The side pocket is unique . Very nice pair of work pants and would buy again .

    • 4
      Great Product

      Posted by Matt on Feb 16th 2017

      I love these pants, I was very reluctant to pay $60 for painters pants when competing brands are at $20. But the comfort and quality is beyond my expectations. I love the additional pockets, I have a lot of keys so in normal pants they're always stabbing my thigh and with these pockets they don't. They knees and scraper pockets are always first to go on my regular dickie pants. I have yet to rip or tear any part of these pants. Especially when I bought the gel knee inserts, I don't mind preping baseboards

    • 4
      Heavy Duty Pants

      Posted by Dale on Jun 30th 2015

      I ordered two pair of these after owning the Bantam Shorts. First, they run large and long. I need a belt to keep them up, but the same waist size Bantam shorts are snug on me. The knee pads are great. I cut some yoga pad foam I had and my knees don't hurt at the end of the day anymore. I think all the extra pockets up front are kind of silly - if I'm doing a job that requires holding lots of nails or screws I put on an apron. The pockets on the right leg hold a putty knife and my disting brush. I usually hold my brush in my back pocket on a ladder, but it kept falling out on these pants. I have an old flip phone and keep that in the velcro pocket on my left leg. I wear these pants on cooler days. They are extremely heavy for hot days. If I were to order again I'd go down one size.

    • 5
      Forgot to mention... just figured...

      Posted by Brian on Aug 1st 2013

      Forgot to mention... just figured it out. the pockets that flap out tuckinside like they're not even there. I am in love with these pants. (Fort Lauderdale FL)

    • 5
      Great pants. A little expensive,...

      Posted by Steve on Aug 1st 2013

      Great pants. A little expensive, but well built with great pockets. Does not come with knee padding, but the pouches are perfectly located once you put the padding in there. (Milwaukee)

    • 3
      These are ugly. They look...

      Posted by Jeremy F on Aug 1st 2013

      These are ugly. They look like something a painter would be wearing in the 90s painting the set of Saved by the Bell: the College Yearsö. The pants are bright white and have two big grey knee squares on them. ItÆs great that theyÆre knee pad pockets but did they really need to offset them with some obnoxiously different color to let me know about them? I would have noticed the slots on my own. They donÆt make the pockets of most department store jeans bright orange so people can find them on the pants, so why this? They also boast a ôpencil pocketö. Wonderful. These pants are as ugly and functional as a middle schoolerÆs trapper keeper. No thanks. I burnt mine in the yard. (Nevada)

Don't worry painters - Blaklader didn't forget about you! Painting is just as demanding as any other trade so it requires the same functional clothing to get the job done smarter and faster. The Blaklader Toughguy CORDURA® Painter Pants feature back pockets with bellow, a leg pocket with flap and telephone/pen pocket. Plus many other functional pockets to make your job easier. So whether you're wearing another pair of white work pants or paint-splattered jeans, don't you think it's time you got something truly built for your trade?
Clothing Weight Heavyweight
Country Of Origin Sri Lanka
Style Regular Fit
Style Straight Leg
Season Everyday
Material Canvas
Material Cotton
Style Cargo
Style Painters
Style Work
Product Type Pants
Gender Men
Clearance Non-Clearance
Color White
Brand Blaklader

7 Reviews

  • 4
    Durable and great

    Posted by Jonathon w on May 5th 2017

    I love these pants because they're different than conventional paining pants. The convenience of kneepads and a variety of pockets to put things and make them more versatile than conventional any pants I've wore.

  • 5
    Positive

    Posted by Marko on Apr 13th 2017

    These are a very comfortable pair of pants . The side pocket is unique . Very nice pair of work pants and would buy again .

  • 4
    Great Product

    Posted by Matt on Feb 16th 2017

    I love these pants, I was very reluctant to pay $60 for painters pants when competing brands are at $20. But the comfort and quality is beyond my expectations. I love the additional pockets, I have a lot of keys so in normal pants they're always stabbing my thigh and with these pockets they don't. They knees and scraper pockets are always first to go on my regular dickie pants. I have yet to rip or tear any part of these pants. Especially when I bought the gel knee inserts, I don't mind preping baseboards

  • 4
    Heavy Duty Pants

    Posted by Dale on Jun 30th 2015

    I ordered two pair of these after owning the Bantam Shorts. First, they run large and long. I need a belt to keep them up, but the same waist size Bantam shorts are snug on me. The knee pads are great. I cut some yoga pad foam I had and my knees don't hurt at the end of the day anymore. I think all the extra pockets up front are kind of silly - if I'm doing a job that requires holding lots of nails or screws I put on an apron. The pockets on the right leg hold a putty knife and my disting brush. I usually hold my brush in my back pocket on a ladder, but it kept falling out on these pants. I have an old flip phone and keep that in the velcro pocket on my left leg. I wear these pants on cooler days. They are extremely heavy for hot days. If I were to order again I'd go down one size.

  • 5
    Forgot to mention... just figured...

    Posted by Brian on Aug 1st 2013

    Forgot to mention... just figured it out. the pockets that flap out tuckinside like they're not even there. I am in love with these pants. (Fort Lauderdale FL)

  • 5
    Great pants. A little expensive,...

    Posted by Steve on Aug 1st 2013

    Great pants. A little expensive, but well built with great pockets. Does not come with knee padding, but the pouches are perfectly located once you put the padding in there. (Milwaukee)

  • 3
    These are ugly. They look...

    Posted by Jeremy F on Aug 1st 2013

    These are ugly. They look like something a painter would be wearing in the 90s painting the set of Saved by the Bell: the College Yearsö. The pants are bright white and have two big grey knee squares on them. ItÆs great that theyÆre knee pad pockets but did they really need to offset them with some obnoxiously different color to let me know about them? I would have noticed the slots on my own. They donÆt make the pockets of most department store jeans bright orange so people can find them on the pants, so why this? They also boast a ôpencil pocketö. Wonderful. These pants are as ugly and functional as a middle schoolerÆs trapper keeper. No thanks. I burnt mine in the yard. (Nevada)

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