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Carhartt is known for being trustworthy, dependable, honest—and those qualities extend into their products as well. If you're looking for a new beanie, hoodie, or jacket for your next outdoor adventure, you can't go wrong with Carhartt. With over 100 years of experience making clothing that is both comfortable and durable, you know that what you're getting is going to be top-notch quality. Carhartt's products set the industry standard for durability and quality.
With its classic style and reliable construction, Carhartt is the perfect brand to help you stay warm while working hard!
Where is Carhartt made?
For over 15 years, Carhartt has relied on U.S. manufacturers to provide much of the hardware for their workwear. The company has produced more than 80 million garments in America during this time, with their Tennessee and Kentucky operations producing a range of their work pants and jackets. Carhartt has also established four manufacturing facilities in Mexico, in addition to importing many goods from international sources.
Where to buy Carhartt?
Shop Carhartt right here at Traditions Clothing online or in-store at our location in Martinsburg, PA! Visit us at 2329 Curryville Rd for the best selection of Carhartt apparel.
Who owns Carhartt?
Mark Valade is the current owner of Carhartt, a family-oriented clothing company based in Michigan that was initiated by his great-grandfather, Hamilton Carhartt, in 1889. He co-owns the business with his mother, Gretchen Carhartt Valade.
What is Carhartt?
Carhartt is an emblem of American fashion, renowned for its durable clothing that is specifically designed for labor-intensive tasks. Offering a wide assortment of garments, such as jackets, coats, overalls, vests, shirts, jeans, dungarees, as well as fire-resistant and hunting clothing, Carhartt provides top-notch apparel for any outdoor activity.
How to wash a Carhartt jacket?
We recommend machine-washing Carhartt jackets on a gentle cycle with cold water and mild detergent. After washing, tumble on a low-heat setting and promptly remove from the dryer. For best results, always refer to the care instructions on the tag before washing. Avoid bleaching, ironing, and dry-cleaning the jacket.
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