Is vintage Carhartt dead? Feels like normies killed it. Only comment if you don't live in a fly over state.

Is vintage Carhartt dead? Feels like normies killed it.

Only comment if you don’t live in a fly over state.

31 thoughts on “Is vintage Carhartt dead? Feels like normies killed it. Only comment if you don't live in a fly over state.

        • Anonymous says:

          I think it’ll be dead very soon like said it’s the peak right now. By the end of the year it won’t be trendy anymore but the guys who bought their jacket for work and wear it out because it’s their favorite jacket will still look cool. It will not die as workwear they have a great rep. The quality for their work stuff is still great, they have different sub brands for fashion and work they’ve done a brilliant job profiting off the workwear trend while keeping the real work stuff the same

          • Anonymous says:

            >keeping the real work stuff the same
            i wish. electricians and plumbers switched to duluth at least for jeans because of the drop in quality

  1. Anonymous says:

    I brought my Carhartt jacket to a construction summer job once (Europe) and the guys told me that my jacket is too fancy and look like I am going to a club instead. But prentencious gays on the internet keep claiming the opposite, what the heck?
    I still wear it often fiornrhe oast 5 years in the city, it’s easy to wear jacket and really sturdy. I don’t get how buying a clothes that will last you many years is a bad thing just because you don’t destroy it while doing construction

      • Anonymous says:

        It just wasn’t a thing here until celebrities in murica started wearing it so people associated it with that
        Same as stone island which is for Black folk and chavs here became a fashion thing in America after drake started shilling it there

  2. Anonymous says:

    i see plenty of it here in NH. men who actually work use it as work clothes and since covid a lot of weak-wristed basedboys have moved in and they also wear it too. the real he-men don’t seem to care that the pussies wear it too. so, it still seems popular as irl work gear and as trendy casual fashion

  3. Anonymous says:

    I live in rural Michigan and Carhart always had a support local thing going on here; but it’s well known amongst blue collar workers that it’s turned into a fashion brand for faux blue collar people or college girls for the most part. Boots wise most of my crew has taken the cowboy boot pill and for hats and jackets it’s just whatever is warm and cheap. Dickies will never die seemingly but yeah it’s not worth it for a 40$ winter hat anymore their quality really dropped when they pivoted to a fashion brand

    Additionally the vax requirement didn’t help

  4. Anonymous says:

    If Carhartts dead and Dickies doesn’t seem great quality anymore, then where should I get some /fashion/ double knee pants? I need something for when I suck a twinks dick.

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