Carhartt Women's Smithville Coverall

Attempting to find a women's coverall that satisfies being feminine, yet is also durable and functional is a hard task. Other companies make them, but Carhartt's Smithville Coverall just called to me.

It's rugged look, pockets, and the fact that it has snap sides where you can actually access your jeans underneath is like the Holy Grail of Coveralls. It's not skin tight, so wearing a sweatshirt or vest underneath is completely doable for added warmth which I find fabulous (I run cold). The coverall's material itself is not restricting, or rough, being a cotton/polyester blend, but withstands a beating rolling around on the garage floor to do a brake job or oil change, grinding, and some welding (it's not flame resistant). 

By far, this has been a staple in my garage wardrobe since I received it. 

Product Features: (taken from Carhartt) 

  • 6-ounce, 64% cotton/36% polyester

  • 34-inch inseam converts to 30-inch inseam with roll tab

  • Breaks stains

  • Built to move with Rugged Flex® stretch technology

  • Zip front

  • One chest patch pocket

  • Two chest pockets with a pen stall and additional utility pocketing

  • Two side-entry pockets and two interior pockets

  • Snap side-entry for interior access underneath the coverall

  • Rivet reinforcements

  • Adjustable tabs at waist

  • Durable loop construction with a handy removable utility pocket

  • Utility band

  • Hammer loops

  • Snap-adjustable cuffs

  • Triple-stitched main seams for durability

  • Double knee construction