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    Carhart clothes/ mandate

    I've worn them for decades, no more.




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    Damn,

    Is there anyone else left that still makes actual men's clothing? I buy Carhartt almost exclusively because they are designed to be worn by actual men. The pants aren't made from T-shirt fabric and have room for the boys. Most other brands are just rebranded women's clothing.

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    Someone or a group of people who work there should file a lawsuit under violation of HIPAA, no? My understanding is that a company has no right to inquire about an employees medical information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Son of Liberty View Post
    Someone or a group of people who work there should file a lawsuit under violation of HIPAA, no? My understanding is that a company has no right to inquire about an employees medical information.
    They've been going downhill for years, T's and jeans made Mx..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    They've been going downhill for years, T's and jeans made Mx..
    To me, the best thing ever was when the company I was working for gave me a Carhartt barn jacket.

    I'll never buy their products again.

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    Carhart is foreign garbage.

    They can go f themselves.

    Mark my words, they will go nearly as woke as Levi's and will show rural scenes with wymen and trannies doing all of the "work".

    Hell, all of the Juan Deere teevee commercials around here just show gurls pretending to work with tractors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Son of Liberty View Post
    My understanding is that a company has no right to inquire about an employees medical information.
    That is the case here in the Netherlands. So they design a QR code, which you can get either by being vaccinated, recovered or tested. The QR code itself does not say which of the three so it's no longer asking people's medical conditions. Germany, Austria and Italy (Familiar combination of countries) have put mandates into place... Which IIRC they do on the basis of some kind of version of the general welfare clause. You actually have people here saying, with a straight face, that essentially if a bureaucrat determines the public welfare is at risk, ALL your rights can be suspended...
    "I am a bird"

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    Buh-Bye Carhart!
    “The spirits of darkness are now among us. We have to be on guard so that we may realize what is happening when we encounter them and gain a real idea of where they are to be found. The most dangerous thing you can do in the immediate future will be to give yourself up unconsciously to the influences which are definitely present.” ~ Rudolf Steiner



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    Whatever don't care. I like the product and will still by them. I don't have any pants that arean't carhartt. Boycotts are stupid leftist crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    Whatever don't care. I like the product and will still by them. I don't have any pants that arean't carhartt. Boycotts are stupid leftist crap.
    You can't purchase from their competitor temporarily (while maybe they go out of business or reverse the decision)? Boycotts are not leftist. It's capitalism. You vote with your dollars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparebulb View Post
    Carhart is foreign garbage.

    They can go f themselves.

    Mark my words, they will go nearly as woke as Levi's and will show rural scenes with wymen and trannies doing all of the "work".

    Hell, all of the Juan Deere teevee commercials around here just show gurls pretending to work with tractors.
    Quote Originally Posted by BortSimpson View Post
    You can't purchase from their competitor temporarily (while maybe they go out of business or reverse the decision)? Boycotts are not leftist. It's capitalism. You vote with your dollars.
    Do you guys have a good alternative? It's all fine and dandy to say you won't buy them, but that only works if someone produces an alternative that moreso aligns with your politics. Probably even harder if you cut out "foreign garbage" since there aren't any textiles made in the US anymore. What are you supposed to do, get everything from a custom tailor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt4Liberty View Post
    Do you guys have a good alternative? It's all fine and dandy to say you won't buy them, but that only works if someone produces an alternative that moreso aligns with your politics. Probably even harder if you cut out "foreign garbage" since there aren't any textiles made in the US anymore. What are you supposed to do, get everything from a custom tailor?
    Yeah, no kidding. I'm not wearing skinny jeans.
    ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt4Liberty View Post
    Do you guys have a good alternative? It's all fine and dandy to say you won't buy them, but that only works if someone produces an alternative that moreso aligns with your politics. Probably even harder if you cut out "foreign garbage" since there aren't any textiles made in the US anymore. What are you supposed to do, get everything from a custom tailor?
    Simply shopping at 2nd hand stores for 6 months or a year will have a significant affect on their sales.

    You can still get "American made" Carharts you've just gotta look a little harder than clicking "Buy it now".

    I'll give my $4-500 a year to the Starvation Army or Good-Will, maybe E-Bay...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt4Liberty View Post
    Do you guys have a good alternative? It's all fine and dandy to say you won't buy them, but that only works if someone produces an alternative that moreso aligns with your politics. Probably even harder if you cut out "foreign garbage" since there aren't any textiles made in the US anymore. What are you supposed to do, get everything from a custom tailor?
    I checked online and found that their top competitors are "Duluth Trading Company", "Dickies" and "Levi Strauss & Co". There are more competitors at the URL below:

    https://www.owler.com/company/carhartt/competitors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt4Liberty View Post
    Do you guys have a good alternative? It's all fine and dandy to say you won't buy them, but that only works if someone produces an alternative that moreso aligns with your politics. Probably even harder if you cut out "foreign garbage" since there aren't any textiles made in the US anymore. What are you supposed to do, get everything from a custom tailor?
    Ariat is a good alternative.

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    Have some fun if you wish: Covidquestions@carhartt.com

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    Stopped wearing them awhile ago

    Quality’s not the same

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    The t shirts cost way too much for a foreign/ cheap labor product. The coveralls and bibs are about the same quality as the other brands ( Walls , Berne etc ) as far as I can tell . The jackets , bibs and coveralls are all I need as the other stuff can be bought cheaper and just as good in other brands .I buy most of mine second hand anyway.
    Do something Danke

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    Everything is made overseas as far as I have seen. I recently looked for winter clothing for a new job. Finally just decided on Carhartt. Bought some water-proof boots, a hoody and a set of Storm Defenders bibs and jacket.
    As far as quality I can't complain. The boots have performed in mud, rain and snow for 2 months. No leaks. The hoody does a great job with warmth. Sheds light rain/snow. I've only used the bibs and jacket one time. Freezing rain. Kept me warm and dry.
    If someone asked me on outdoor work wear I'd recommend Carhartt.
    If someone can recommend an American made company from start to finish let me know. I'd pay more, but it would have to perform as well.

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    B00M
    FLIP THOSE FLAGS, THE NATION IS IN DISTRESS!


    why I should worship the state (who apparently is the only party that can possess guns without question).
    The state's only purpose is to kill and control. Why do you worship it? - Sola_Fide

    Baptiste said.
    At which point will Americans realize that creating an unaccountable institution that is able to pass its liability on to tax-payers is immoral and attracts sociopaths?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkr View Post
    B00M
    So a $#@!ing idiot took age old and new over-performing cloths and burned them.

    What a dip $#@!.

    Never followed him to begin with. So no need to unfollow.

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    Sounds like Carhart is in need of a new CEO.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

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    I havnt tried Duluth Trading Co but the quality appears to be there . Ive always been happy with Dickies and Coleman insulated pants and whatever the house brand is at Memards. I'd pay more for US made if the fit and quality was as good and I could buy it local. Guys I work with buy a lot of Stone Creek stuff and are happy with them . I always look but I dont find much of anything not made overseas. I do buy used off e bay though and yard sales .
    Do something Danke

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    Quote Originally Posted by phill4paul View Post
    So a $#@!ing idiot took age old and new over-performing cloths and burned them.

    What a dip $#@!.

    Never followed him to begin with. So no need to unfollow.
    I still like my Carhart clothes but.......For the next several months I'll be buying used if I need replacements.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    I still like my Carhart clothes but.......For the next several months I'll be buying used if I need replacements.
    The Stone Creek clothing oyarde mentioned seems like an good American made company. If I had it to do over I would probably go with them for bibs and jacket. The one think I absolutely hate in the industry is that work pants are being made in "stretchy" material by most every company out there. I absolutely hate this fabric they use now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phill4paul View Post
    The Stone Creek clothing oyarde mentioned seems like an good American made company. If I had it to do over I would probably go with them for bibs and jacket. The one think I absolutely hate in the industry is that work pants are being made in "stretchy" material by most every company out there. I absolutely hate this fabric they use now.
    I agree on the fat-girl fabric!

    My bibs and coat are over 20yrs old and still holding up. A bit tattered at the cuffs but that's it.

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    Did the idiots burning their carharts even bother to check if dickies, duluth etc also have vax and mask mandates? I would bet they do. They probably just backed themselves into a corner and will have no work clothes to wear now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phill4paul View Post
    So a $#@!ing idiot took age old and new over-performing cloths and burned them.

    What a dip $#@!.

    Never followed him to begin with. So no need to unfollow.
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    (How many misspellings of Carhartt are there. anyway?)

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