Denim Double Front Logger Dungaree

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447.41 36 32
447.41 36 32

Size & fit

Model wears 38x30. Model Height : 5'10

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Sturdy, strong and built to last, our double fronted denim logger dungarees are tough enough to endure adverse working conditions yet comfortable enough for those long hour days. A high-quality men's dungaree, the logger model features a protective layer of heavyweight denim and convenient utility pockets on both legs.

  • 100% Cotton, 14 oz Denim Fabric
  • Relaxed Fit
  • Zipper Fly
  • Antique Brass Button Waistband
  • Chap Style Double Front with Rivets
  • Six Suspender Buttons
  • Riveted Stress Points on Front Pockets, Watch Pocket, Hip Pockets
  • Double Utility Pocket on Right Leg
  • Single Utility Pocket on Left Leg
  • Triple Needle Stitching

44 Reviews
  • 5
    Great jeans

    Posted by Dave on Mar 1st 2023

    These jeans are sturdy with plenty of room and pockets. I buy them to put knee pads inside the double knees.

  • 5
    Double front longer jeans

    Posted by Richard Nicholas on Feb 9th 2023

    We'll made triple stitched inside and outside leg. Heavy! GREAT DEAL!

  • 5

    Posted by MARC Reyes on Jan 17th 2023

    These. Are great pants

  • 5
    Best jeans for working guys

    Posted by Wyoming steve on Dec 19th 2022

    I’ve been wearing key double knee logger jeans for many years now. They fit right, and hold up under serious work.

  • 5
    Durable comfort

    Posted by Kenneth K on Oct 3rd 2022

    I had forgotten how comfortable and functional these dungarees are for everyday wear. I got these new ones for occasional rougher work days, having "outgrown" older ones. The double front is essential. The suspender buttons and original heavy denim are as solid as ever. Comfort, functional features and extreme durability.

  • 5
    Double-knee Denim Logger

    Posted by Claxton Chris on Sep 30th 2022

    These are extremely comfortable and move well. Like Key's double-knee duck dungarees, the waist size is about a +1 but easily resolved by throwing suspenders on the buttons already installed. They appeared very baggy, but once donned and pulled up (keep in mind these are high-waisted, meaning if you wear them with a belt at the same level as your other jeans your crotch will be sagging) the fit is good. There's room for some thermal underwear to stay cozy in the winter.

  • 5
    Logger Jeans

    Posted by Colin on Sep 27th 2022

    Supremely well made, I’m sure these jeans and I are going to be working together for a long time. The suspender buttons are in the right place and rock-solid. So happy to them.

  • 5
    Good quality

    Posted by Tara on Aug 29th 2022

    My husband really likes the double front logger pants. He works in construction and was ripping pants left and right. So far these are holding up well

  • 5

    Posted by michael d derrick on Jul 5th 2022

    what can I say, good quality, good price, good deal, have been using for years ,best work pants out there, Mike

  • 5
    Denim double front logger

    Posted by Luke on Jun 11th 2022

    I am a welder in a heavy fabrication industrial setting and ive been looking for rugged denim for years that will hold up to daily abuse. Hands down the BEST damn jeans i have ever bought! Heavy thick denim, triple stitched double knee, riveted, and nostalgic looking. Absolutely love them. These will last for decades!

  • 5
    Washed them in cold water hang dry and so far they feel great seem durable and made well.

    Posted by Brad on Mar 7th 2022

    I would recommend this style to my co workers and friends. Like to see them in Black . Also heavier weight of Demin would be great. Charge more wouldn’t be a problem .

  • 4
    Good, not perfect.

    Posted by Bob on Mar 4th 2022

    I've been wearing these for a few years. I open up the bottom of the double knee with a seam ripper and fit pads cut from a camping sleep pad into the knees. I then install a snap to keep them from falling out, and also to be able to remove them easily for laundry. I think the double front should extend 2 inches lower. The first place to fail on them is at the rear pockets for me, they tend to tear at those rivets. I am hard on those pockets, at work (janitorial work) I stuff rolls of trash bags in those pockets that are a challenge to fit in. That's why they fail for me.