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Great, but needs improvement
I love these, but the stretchy shoulder straps make for a sketchy experience sometimes. I love the idea, but it allows any objects I'm holding to fall out of my pockets if I lean forward at all. Also I'm concerned it will stretch out over time.
Hey James, we appreciate you sharing your thoughts with us on the Iron Forge Hemp Canvas Bib Overalls. We wanted to be sure you're aware of our [Ironclad Guarantee](https://help.patagonia.com/s/article/Ironclad-Guarantee). If the straps over time end up stretching that would absolutely be considered a warranty issue and you would be welcome to send them back for warranty evaluation.
Strong yet soft fabric. Hemp makes a wonderful blend.
I have not worn these overalls much because the local temperature has increased, however the fit and comfort is amazing. Im 6 at 190 lbs and the size 32 is perfect. The reason I gave it only 4 stars is because I need to have more experience with them.
Great material, odd fit
Surprised about the baggy fit. Am 6' and 185 pounds and a 35/36' usually fits me perfectly. The 36' I got is too baggy. I don't think clothes like these should be designed for layering underneath (- and I've lived in ND and CA). If people want to layer they should just size up. It's not like expedition gear. What I dis... Read Morelike the most is how wide the bottoms of the legs are. That might work for wearing over rain boots, but for woodworking it's too much extra fabric that could just get stuck somewhere. Makes me feel like I'm wearing bell-bottoms. That's my main reason for not giving it 4 stars. Maybe offer two different cuts? Am not thrilled about the elastic shoulder straps - wondering how long they'll last. Wish they were just hemp as well. Don't care about the big logo on them either even though I really like Patagonia as a brand. Material is fantastic - that's why I bought them to begin with, and the overall quality is great.
Thank you for sharing this thorough review on our Iron Forge Hemp Canvas Bib Overalls. The fit on the pant leg of these is a straight fit, but the look of them will change with different body types. They are intended to be worn over work boots. If somewhere down the line one of the elastic straps fails, you are absolutely welcome to send them in for [return or repair](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html). We're also working on removing our logos from the line in an effort to keep our gear in rotation for longer, so we're already a step ahead on that front!
I bought these to help as a renovate our new home. It's great to have these because I can throw them on without fear of paint, rips, or other things. They're durable and extremely comfortable. They came out of the package soft as a pair of broken in denim. Very impressive. They also have great pockets so on trips to hardware stores I can ... Read Morekeep lists, tools, wallet, keys, and more. Highly recommend.
Although the product is Well made the measurements don't jive with the REAL WORLD. My experience based on a 40+ year relationship with PATAGONIA was entirely unexpected. THE OVERALLS (34×30) WERE AT LEAST 6" TOO LONG! so I ordered a smaller size, SAME PROBLEM. Really dismayed by over all INCONSISTENT SIZING ACROSS THE ENTIRE RANGE. OH, ... Read Moreand the SUSPENDERS THEY'RE JOKE, DON'T HOLD IN PLACE! I'M SURE HOPE I'll have better LUCK next time. GOOD LUCK!, WILL WRIGHT
Hi Will, thank you for taking the time to let us know your feedback on this. We are so sorry to hear about the troubles and frustration with sizing. We hope you can [send](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) these back to us as they didn't work out for you.
No other brand has a waist size 28 overall so that was great off the bat. The Regular is a 32 inch inseam which ended up being too long for me and I returned for a short, which Im still waiting on. I love the pocket layout. My one hesitation was the elastic shoulder straps bc Id read other reviews saying they were a weak point. I think theyll do ju... Read Morest fine but if they happen to not last as long as the rest of the materials I know Patagonia will fix them for me.
I really like the flexible feeling of the hemp material and think it breathes better than others. The only disappointment at all that I have with these bibs are that the legs are not made for taller work boots. I will spend an extra $40 with a taylor to get them perfect because I like the other features so much.
I like everything about them! The only thing is they are quite long. I am almost 6' tall. Originally ordered the "regular" length but they were quite long on me, so I exchanged them for the "short." These are the perfect length for me...but never would consider myself needing a "short."
These are Comfy in the shoulders and throughout, the knee pad slots are lovely and receive frequent use, pockets are a-plenty and the hammer loop comes in handy, AND the material is so far, seemingly very durable in the face of the building site. I suspect I will be running these pants for a while... Would prefer if a 33 were available but it is wh... Read Moreat it isss... Room for layering. The only thing that really kind of bugs me(but only a little bit) is that the adjustable shoulder straps tend to loosen throughout the work day. This is a minor issue to gripe about as the rest of these overalls are delicious. If these were manufactured in Black, I would purchase another pair in a heartbeat... Great work!
Very nice work overalls
My only reason for rating 4 stars is the baggy fit. These are incredibly comfortable. The hemp fabric is tough and soft. Dont need a break in period. Shoulder straps are flexible and wide enough to be comfy even while carrying extra tools that weigh them down. I am a tweener in most things Patagonia but still go with them because I love the company... Read More. I am usually between a medium and a large for shirts/jackets. And between a 30 and 32 inseam with 32 waist 510 170 athletic build. I bought the the 32, but maybe could have gotten away with a 30. I wouldnt mind if the legs were a little skinnier, but I would buy these again and will plan to do so in 30 yrs when they finally break down.
not the only tall guy
I need them slightly longer. I need tall sizes. It's great to support a company that does so much good. I can't be the only tall guy who would like to wear your products. I have 2 pairs and I wear them 5-6 days a week for about 9 months out of the year farming organic berries and vegetables
Clip on strap broke
The clip on strap broke, the elastic is starting to fray on status ,& theres a small hole starting in the crotch. Theyre also really comfortable & I took them into a store for repair. The only really disappointing thing is the clip breaking, another review mentions same thing. I definitely used them, but the clip should have lasted a year... Read More. At least theyll fix it. I still REALLY wish I could order a another pair tbh, theyre great overalls. but sold out in store & online in 34 :(
I have two other Patagonia work wear items of the same industrial hemp fabric. They are super durable and are designed well. Unfortunately they don't offer the overalls in a 35 so I had to go up a size. I have a medium build, 6' tall and 190 pounds. They fit okay & are comfortable but overall they have a loose fit. Plenty of room to ... Read Morelayer up underneath. I have been wearing CH duck overalls and wanted to try the Patagonia. The Patagonia overalls are more flexible than the CH duck fabric and offer modern pocket design (ie hold a cell phone securely).
Overall, I am quite happy. I have several of the double knee work pants and love them. I would blend a few of the design details to both perfect for me... the front pockets on the overalls: perfect, not as deep as the pants (or maybe I wear them too low.) but nothing falls out when I sit down. I prefer the double seay and rear pockets of the pants ... Read Moreto the overalls, but I make use every day of the chisel pocket & hammer loop on the overalls. (I wish the pants had them) The overalls are warmer for work wear for me in particular since I am a tall man with short legs. It's not the easiest thing to find shirts that are ling enough in the torso & the sleeves. These overalls keep that occasional gap below my shirts covered up - which is what I was looking for. When I ordered them I had concerns that the bib wouldn't come up high enough. It is not an issue; believe me, at 6'-3" with a 31" inseam it's not often that I find a good fit. My initial reaction was: "they're good but I'm not sure if I'll buy more." After a few weeks wearing them I think I will buy a couple more. Can I get some more color options please? Now, if I could just get some Patagonia coveralls...
I’ve used other duck canvas type clothing for all the other brands for work. So when I purchased these I was excited for some better longevity. However after about 3 months of medium use one of the seams blew out from wear. I operate machinery and the range happened right wear the fabric binds from steeping you into the machine. With the marketed... Read More higher abrasion resistance over other work wear brands I was surprised and disappointed in this product. It did not last longer then any other type of work wear. All this being said the rest of the garment is in great shape.
We're so sorry to hear that these have ripped on you. We are happy to fix them up for you if you're interested in sending them in for repair! We also have a new page on our website that explains how to do [repairs](https://www.ifixit.com/Patagonia/repair-and-care) at home as well.
Not as tough as I hoped
Had good expectations for these, as an ethical carhartt alternative for daily wear on the farm. After one season, the hemp/cotton/poly has proven no tougher than the cotton duck canvas of the other brand, with plenty of holes and frays to show for it. Half the pockets have blown out, which is a bit of an annoyance to constantly be loosing things do... Read Morewn your pant leg. The fit and feel are great, but the lack of longevity along with a few other quirks like shoulder strap adjusters that don't stay put and a thigh utility pocket that is too wide (and also already blown out) so that multitools etc float around means to me they are not worth the extra expense. Better suited for casual wear, especially as they don't require the break in to be comfortable like cotton duck.
We really appreciate your detailed and thoughtful feedback on these overalls. It sounds like you've put these to the test and if you decide you aren't satisficed with the performance, please feel free to [send](https://www.patagonia.ca/canada-returns.html) these back to us.
Really Patagonia? Who are you designing your work line for? I have supported your brand for years but the fit of your work line is as bad as it gets. I am a full time woodworker. Why would I want big baggy pants? Super loose and drafty jackets? Why would I need the cuff to be super loose and baggy? I feel like a total slob in the pants. The double... Read More knee is not even in the right location to be functional. My job requires me to be active and agile. I need my clothing to move with me not me moving within it. Update the fit please. The fit on your models in the videos shows all of these problems. My wife was looking at buying some pants but said the same thing after watching the videos. I'm not even a really skinny guy. I usually need to buy athletic fit in things like jeans. Are others not saying the same thing?
Thanks for leaving us a review! We're sorry to hear the fit did not work for you and your feedback is very important to us. It's an opportunity for our design team to hear directly from the customer, so we appreciate you taking the time. With that said, if you are unsatisfied with your purchase it would be covered under our Ironclad Guarantee. Feel free to make a [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) at any time.
Light and comfy
I bought these a lot larger than my normal 32 as I like my overalls not to ride up when Im working with my arms over my head and to breath on warmer days, probably couldve gotten away with a 34 short, but theyre are comfy and light. We will see about durability as overalls last me 1-2 years as I wear them a lot. I agree that the branding on the s... Read Morehoulder straps is a bit much. And if there were other colors Id be stoked and but them
Nice quality, Took a return to find right fit
There's a lot of sizing variation for these overalls and for me, my original purchase was for an intended roomy size 38 waist and 32 length. This size proved way too big all around. After return, my 2nd order of 36 waist and 30 length fits great. While it may be listed, I think Patagonia should make mention of any anticipated shrinkage of the ... Read Moreclothing. These overalls I have not washed yet but don't think they'll shrink much at all. So am happy with the purchase and overalls are of very good quality.
Clip on strap broke ;(
So I Really like these, I have the insulated version, but the clip for the strap broke and Patagonia does not seem to have a replacement. I just I could return them, but I am not into throwing away a good pair of pants. I want to repair them myself and be sustainable. I have MacGyvered a fix, but I expect more for Patagonia.
We appreciate the feedback on our Men's Iron Forge Overalls. We're sorry to hear that you have experienced a broken clip, you are always welcome to send these in for [repair](https://www.patagonia.com/repairs/), our Repairs Team might have some different clips they can put on there if the originals are not available. If it turns out to not be repairable, we do recycle all unrepairable items.
Rugged AND Soft!
I love the feel of the fabric in the overalls! Very supple yet rugged! Love the zipper pocket and all other convenient pockets. Also, they DO NOT SHRINK like cotton does, when machine washed hot. The only reason I deduct one star is because theyre not available in a 29 inseam. 30 was the shortest option I will have to pay to have the cuffs hemmed u... Read Morep to suit my short legs.
Tough Material with Weak Straps and Janky Buckles
The material on the body is awesome, a comfortable but relatively thick and tough canvas type material. I'm a 145 lb, 29" inseam and got the 28" short and had to hem about an inch or more of the leg. The waist is a bit snug and I installed a new button to let it out a bit. The material is heavy enough that they are too hot for Virg... Read Moreinia summer work in the heat, but great as the weather turns cool. To improve, lose the hanging loop on the back upper back, it just snags stuff. And I'm replacing the metal buttons with regular sew ons plastic ones for warmth, weight, comfort, dryer noise. Like most pants, the pockets could be deeper. Why are we still buying pants that can't fit a 2015 plus sized phone without it peaking out? Overall these are really good, and my criticisms are minor and the result of a near pathological attention to details, and can be remedied if necessary with some hand stitching. Yeah, the shoulder strap logo is a bit much, but I love Patagonia, so why not show it? I will report back with the durability of those shoulder straps. They seem a bit weak and I suppose can be considered a maintenance item every year or two as the elastic dies but we will see. The buckles are sort of uncomfortable on my bony shoulders but I mostly don't notice. I will probably just sew them at some point and take the buckle off. I do highly recommend. 9/10 with a point off for smallish pockets, and I don't love the shoulder strap buckles.
These overalls are great, very comfortable and seem like they will hold up well to abuse. The suspenders are sub standard however. They constantly get looser and since they are sewn in, Ill likely have to rig a fix at some point. I'd also like a cell phone pocket on the left hip, but that would just be gravy. Fix the suspenders and youve got a... Read More 5 star product.
Am a old carpenter who had forgotten just how comfortable a good pair of coveralls can be, these fit that bill right off the bat. I found fit to be perfect, they allow for freedom of movement. I am a 33 waist with a long torso, a 34 works great. Because I am long in the upper I have found the straps to be good but I can understand how some may be f... Read Morerustrated that they slip. I believe that unfortunately this is a common issue with most coverall straps. I find these coveralls to be extremely comfortable in very hot(33 deg C, high humidity) temps as they allow air flow due to loose fit. As many have mentioned the material is soft to the skin but due to fibre mix I expect many years of hard wear from these.
I bought and pair and use them for doing landscaping, gardening, and construction around my acreage. I like the a lot with a couple of minor items. Unlike the women’s model (my wife has a pair) these have elastic straps and buckles which slip a lot. During the day I’ll need to adjust 2-3 times. On the fit, I usually wear a 34 waist with 32 inseam.... Read More I bought 34 regular and found the legs were about 1.5-2 inches too long. I’ve had to hem them so the fit properly. Outside of that these are the best overalls that I’ve owned.
I bought these for home work projects so I would quit ruining my regular clothes. They fit well, though a little loose. They fit well with work boots and are long with regular shoes. The fabric is tough but not scratchy. They can get warm on a hot day here in Southern California, but they are thick and rugged, so deal. I expect this pair will last ... Read Moreclose to forever, but I'll buy another pair if or when I need to.
I am 6 foot, 175lb and wear either a 32 or 34 in pant length. I got a 32 in these overalls and they are defiantly on the long side. With boots they fit but with shoes I need to roll up.... The 34in waist fits me perfectly. Incredibly comfortable and soft to the touch. Probably will never not own a pair from here-on-out!
They need to work on the straps, they seem to come lose a lot. Other than that I really like them nice soft material. I am 5’11 usually wear a 32 32 I ordered a regular Length 34, but could’ve gotten a short I’m sure. I’m not worried about it I’ll just hem them I’ll have them worn out in a year and just order the right size then. Thanks for the g... Read Morereat products and introducing the workwear line!
Workwear Delivers Again
Im 59 195lbs and usually am a 36x30 in Patagonia. I sized up to a 38 to accommodate anything I want to tuck in ( flannel, sweatshirt, etc). I went with the short instead of regular which is perfect for a 30 inseam. Ive been wearing them to work for two weeks and theyre fantastic. The hemp holds up really well but also breaths great, plus there is z... Read Moreero break in time. I would definitely recommend them to anyone looking for a change.
I love these overalls. I have used them digging, chopping wood, crawling under my house, and doing construction projects. The fabric is tough, but soft. Pockets are great. I am 6ft 175lbs and the 32s fit great. As mentioned in the product description they run a little big, but it helps to have overalls a little big. The 32 doesn't look/feel ba... Read Moreggy, but I don't feel any restriction of movement. I love the elastic straps as this further helps with movement. The one nitpick is that the buckles that adjust size do not stay up. A couple times a day I have to slide them back up. Only pair of sustainable overalls I could find. I'm glad Patagonia added these to their workwear lineup.
Overalls with a purpose
Purchased for work. Run a bit large, but I would recommend sizing up from your normal pant waist size to accommodate for sweatshirts or anything worn underneath. Go with your regular pant length. Really cool product, and the latches snap in for added security. These will last a while and am proud to buy from a company who build goods with a purpose... Read More to do better for the planet and for humanity. Thanks Patagonia.
Wish they came in black or grey too
I kept checking in store to try these because anything one piece like overalls or coveralls are impossible for me to comfortably wear. 64, 180# and Usually wear a 32x32 pant. Im all torso and there is still enough room where i actually do adjust them a bit with the straps. They are super soft like theyre not new even first wear. After trying them... Read More both I decided a 34x32 was better for getting them on & off over clothing. The fly works well. Lots of great pockets and storage. The back pockets is high and are deep and the secured zipper/snap pockets are great. I wore them out of the store Friday night and then have worn them solid every day for a couple weeks and finally washed them. They were dirty after an oil change, dealing with chickens and cutting wood on weekends and work during week. When I finally washed them they loosened up even more and are just super comfortable because of the hemp. I wish they came in a dark color option, Id buy them @ release.
These are some of the best overalls I have ever purchased. I normally wear carhartt but I decided to branch out and I'm glad I did. The material is very comfortable and I like that they use hemp to be more sustainable. There's plenty of pockets for carrying tools and what not. Definitely worth the price, great job Patagonia!
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