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Carhartt Recalls Men’s Work Pants with Hem Adjustment Cords Due to Fall Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Dick’s Sporting Goods

  • Recalled Carhartt Men’s Force Relaxed 5 Pocket Work Pants
  • Extended loop, poses a trip and fall hazard
Name of Product:
Carhartt Men’s Force Relaxed 5 Pocket Work Pants

An elastic drawstring hem near the ankle of the pants can create an extended loop, posing a trip and fall hazard.

Recall Date:
March 30, 2023

About 32,505

Consumer Contact

Carhartt toll-free at 888-894-7601 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. ET, email at, Online at or and click on the “Men’s Force Relaxed 5 Pocket Work Pants Recall” for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves Carhartt Men’s Force Relaxed 5 Pocket Work Pants with an elastic drawstring hem near the ankle of the pants. Product number 105222 is printed on a tag on the inside seam near the waistband. The pants are made of 81% cotton/16% nylon/3% elastane, stretch twill, were sold in gray and brown colors, and feature two front pockets, a phone pocket on the right leg and two back pockets, one with a zipper and includes all sizes.


Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled work pants and return the pants to Dicks Sporting Goods or Carhartt for a full refund. If consumers want to keep the pants, they can cut the loop out of the hems and send a photo to Carhartt at showing proof that the cord was removed to get a full refund.


None Reported

Sold At:
Dick's Sporting Goods stores nationwide and online at from July 2022 through November 2022 for about $70.

CARHARTT Inc., of Dearborn, Michigan

Manufactured In:
Recall number:
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