These regular-fit Blaklader x1900 craftsman stretch trousers feature a low-crotch design and tapered legs. The Blaklader x1900 Craftsman Stretch Trousers are made of ultra-sturdy Cordura® Denim with stretch function for maximum comfort and optimal ability to move.
The nail pockets have zippers that allow loose or fixed nail pockets. The kneepads and other functional pockets are
Cordura® 1000-reinforced ⓘMade with 100% high tenacity air-jet textured nylon 6,6, the CORDURA® fabric has proven performance in many of the world’s toughest environments.
1. Why are they called mens work trousers with knee pads?
Used together with knee pads 4027/4057, this is a pair of certified mens work trousers with knee pads.
Blaklader x1900 craftsman stretch trousers can be easily combined with protective knee pads by sliding them into the knee pockets, making this model a highly functional and qualified one. Kneeling down is usually required in many jobs and thus knee protection is in high demand at work.
2. How tough are Blaklader x1900 ?
The video below demonstrates the strength of Blaklader x1900 by lifting cars attached to these trousers. They can hold one car which weighs 1.1 ton without destruction. They can also stand the test when lifting two cars at the same time. When it comes to handling three cars...Check the video here.
3. What is CORDURA?
Tested in the toughest military conditions for 50+ years, CORDURA has been the no.1 material for handling life's tough challenges. Made to withstand the grimmest of hardships, the brand has gained worldwide recognition for its ruggedness, durability, tearing and scuffing resistance. It's used for the apparel of combat soldiers and law enforcement as well as multiple civil purposes such as motorcycle garments, outdoor and workwear applications.
4. Blaklader x1900 Review
I just can't say anything bad about these Blaklader trousers. I use them every day on my private construction site. The trousers are robust and very flexible thanks to the very well sewn in stretch inserts. The trousers have already survived dozens of washes and dryers without losing their cut or performance. The bags are great, in the right places, also very robust and sufficient. The seams, buttons and zippers are stitched top and still work like the first day. The size falls out as expected. Which is often difficult for me.-----baseb
I am extremely tough on my workwear and I would have to say that these are the best and toughest work pants that I’ve ever worn. The knees seem almost impossible to rip.
These pants pretty much eliminate the need for anyone to carry a tool belt, which I’m sure everyone can appreciate. I can easily carry a whole handful of screws in the front pockets without being worried about being jabbed in the legs, or having a pocket rip.-----Kswiss Pro edmonton, AB
You need quite tough clothes when caving, as you have to drag your body weight over the rough surface of the fibreglass, which is obviously something that is worse the larger you are.
Luckily, the X1900 trousers were made out of Cordura Denim. This is much tougher than regular denim which has a habit of snagging on sharp corners and ripping. -----Professional Builder went caving with the Blaklader x1900