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Katahdin Iron Works Double Knee Pants

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Product Details

Rugged workwear pants resist wind, water and stains.

Classic Fit.

Size & Fit

  • Substantial belt loops fit belts up to 2" wide.
  • 18" leg openings fit over boots.
  • Classic Fit: Sits at the natural waist and trim, with a traditional straight leg.
Katahdin Iron Works

Katahdin Iron Works
Located in the north woods of Maine, adjacent to the Appalachian Trail, Katahdin Iron Works was built in 1843 and operated until 1890, when advances in steel manufacturing made it obsolete. At its peak, the Iron Works produced 18 to 20 tons of pig iron a day and employed 400 men just to cut the 20,000 cords of wood needed to fire the blast furnace.

Inspired by these hardworking Mainers, we designed our Katahdin Iron Works line of rugged work clothes to stand up to all kinds of rough use. Today, visitors to the site can view the historic blast furnace and one of the original charcoal kilns, silent reminders of a time when fires burned nonstop amid a thriving community of Maine workers. Learn more at

Fabric & Care

  • Garment washed 75% cotton/25% Cordura nylon blend.
  • Nor'easter cotton finish repels water- and oil-based stains.
  • Machine wash and dry.

Additional Features

  • Double-knee reinforcement, triple-needle stitching and bar-tacking at stress points.
  • Hammer hoop.
  • Utility pockets sized for maximum storage.
  • Gusseted crotch provides freedom of movement.
  • Reinforced layer of fabric at the back of cuff for added durability.
  • Imported.

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