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Men's Cooling Work Pants


The cooling work pant was designed to keep you cool in warm climates. For those who can't wear shorts on the job site, COOLMAX® fiber is carefully engineered to wick moisture and allow the passage of heat. Built for premium comfort, the hydrophobic polyester material absorbs little fluid and dries quickly. Cargo, tool and cell phone pockets keep you organized while our stretch fabric means you can keep moving.

COOLMAX® fiber is a trademark of The LYCRA® Company.

  • COOLMAX® fiber
  • Cooling
  • Moisture Wicking
  • 2-Way Stretch
  • Secure Welt Pocket At Left Thigh With Logo Label
  • Left Cargo Pocket And Right Cell Phone Pocket With Secure Flap
  • Tool Pocket At Right Back Thigh
  • Articulated Knees
  • Reinforced Belt Loops
  • Straight Fit
  • 16in Leg Opening
  • Style # 1080015
75% Cotton, 22% COOLMAX® fiber Polyester, 3% LYCRA® fiber
Product Care
All Caterpillar Workwear items include a care instruction tag with specific details on how your product should be washed and treated. Please refer to the care instructions on the tag before washing any garment. In general machine wash warm using mild detergent, with like colors. Tumble dry medium and cool iron. Do not bleach or dry clean.
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Carter J.
United States United States

Great for work

I work in HVAC around sheet metal a lot. A lot of my jeans get cut pretty quickly but these have yet to be cut.

Erik F.
United States United States

Cool Max pants

These are awesome! So light a flexible, it's almost like not wearing pants at all!

Bruce T.
United States United States

Nice Pants

So Far they are very comfortable and actually seem to be pretty cool in the warmer weather. They Look Great and have enough pockets for work. One thing I wish they had is maybe a second loop for the hammer loop, like a slightly smaller loop below the current one, so that it can hold a small 3+ lb sledge type hammer. If I put the hammer in the single loop it won’t stay. It just spins and falls out

Noah L.
United States United States

They don't kid

I was searching for a pair of pants that didn't hold in heat. You guys delivered, a 5 mile an hour wind and you feel it straight through these pants.