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Carhartt

Founded in Michigan in the late 19th century, Carhartt focused on making practical clothing for manual laborers and workers – particularly on the need for industrious workers to have durable and strong clothing.

Designing a wide range of outerwear such as jackets, coats and boots, Carhartt also specializes in footwear and accessories such as aprons, bags and hats. Although downsizing during the Great Depression, Carhartt expanded again after World War II to Canada, the United Kingdom and beyond – evolving its trademark to be the extended durability of its clothing, material resistant to water, flame and abrasions, and heavy-duty threads.