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Created under the “Honest value for an honest dollar” motto, the Carhartt bib overall rapidly became the standard for quality workwear—which the brand is still known for more than 130 years later. Many of the company’s popular items have historic roots. In fact, the legendary Carhartt Chore Coat dating back to 1917 is largely unchanged to this day.
When you outfit your employees in a custom embroidered Carhartt jacket, hoodie, work shirt or hat or give your top clients Carhartt jackets or backpacks, people will see your logo alongside one of the most recognizable workwear/outerwear brands in the world. Whether you need one custom Carhartt jacket or backpack, or hundreds, we’ve got you covered, since we’ve been stitching custom brand-name apparel since 1980.
Our Top-Selling Carhartt Styles Corporate Casuals stocks a wide variety of in-demand custom Carhartt products, including rugged embroidered workwear jackets, tech jackets, vests, hoodies, t-shirts, Henleys, bib coveralls, hats and bags for men and women. Each of these popular items has a Carhartt logo on it, adding to the appeal when you make it part of a uniform, a gift or branded merchandise with your logo on it for sale.
Carhartt is one of those brands that’s worked itself into the fibers of the American consciousness. Here are a few timeline events to get on your Carhartt radar, if you’re major fans like us:
In the ’70s, as Alaska Pipeline orders swelled, Carhartt’s orders grew—the sheer numbers of workwear pieces that outfitted pipeline workers showed how durable the brand’s pieces actually were. In the 1980s and 1990s, people outside blue-collar trades started wearing Carhartt, as hip-hop artists sporting it made it popular. Then, when European consumers expressed an interest in the brand, in 1989, the company created the Carhartt Work in Progress label with Swiss designers Edwin and Salomee Faeh to target buyers in Europe and Asia. This fashion-forward line, a favorite of streetwear enthusiasts, has a higher price point and slimmer, urban-style silhouettes. Carhartt is a global operation, with major facilities in America, Mexico and Europe. As a U.S.-based company Carhartt employs around 2,200 employees stateside, producing goods in Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Michigan, Texas and California.
Since the late 1800s, lots of hard-working Americans have worn Carhartt gear as their durable “unofficial work uniforms.” Now, Carhartt has been mainstream for four decades, since the 1980s when the hip-hop community made the gear a wardrobe staple. The most popular Carhartt item is the knit watch cap, with the company selling about 4 million every year. The main draws are Carhartt’s reputation for quality, durability and authenticity.
If you search #Carhartt on Instagram, you find millions of results. While some posts show people wearing Carhartt’s traditional duck canvas coats and overalls, most show people from all walks of life, from skaters to rappers to ads, wearing Carhartt from head to toe. Celebrities including Jamie Foxx, Kanye West, Rihanna, Bella Hadid, Kaia Gerber, Drake and even Daniel Day-Lewis, wear Carhartt. Actors Jeff Daniels and Glenn Close once appeared at the Golden Globes in Carhartt outfits, causing a flare of Carhartt love.
Our custom Carhartt work jackets, tech soft-shell jackets and vests, hoodies, t-shirts and hats come in a variety of styles and sizes, to offer just the right look, protective coverage, pockets, length and fit, depending on the wearer’s work activity and outdoor environment.
Our Carhartt styles also fit and flatter all ages and body types to give everyone the flexibility of movement and comfort they need to spend time outdoors, on the job site or living their best life. The superior Carhartt innovative design approach enhances performance and function in every single garment. You’ll look great no matter whether you’re heading out to the jobsite or the trails.
Here’s a breakdown of some of the most popular custom Carhartt categories you’ll find at Corporate Casuals:
Part of the appeal of custom Carhartt apparel and gear is the branding. You’ll find Carhartt logos in various high-visibility spots on our garments, like the Carhartt label sewn on the left pocket or lower left front on our T-shirts, jackets, vests and hoodies.
No matter which custom embroidered Carhartt apparel or gear you pick, your logo will sit alongside one of the most iconic brand logos around.
Carhartt has developed superior patented and trademarked fabrications and insulation that you’ll find in our wide selection of Carhartt outerwear, hoodies and vests. Here are some of the company’s innovations you should know about:
As a company, Carhartt works on multiple fronts with various partners to help people get to work. Here are just a few of the ways that Carhartt helps to inspire, educate and train the next generation:
Now that you’ve selected the right custom Carhartt style for your employees or gift recipients, you probably have questions about how we get your logo or message onto these in-demand brand name pieces as eye-catching embroidery. Here are the top things our customer service reps hear about how we stitch your logo on your custom Carhartt gear.
Q. I’ve never bought Carhartt gear before. I only have a small image of my logo. Will that work?
Yes! It’s so easy you’ll want to do it again and again! All you need to do is upload it into our Design Center, and we’ll take it from there. Our embroidery specialists have converted more than 100,000 corporate logos into stitch-ready files, so you can be confident that your custom Carhartt jacket, t-shirt, vest or other item will be an excellent representation of your brand. If you have any preferences on the logo size, colors or location on your embroidered Carhartt item, just add them in the notes sections.
Q. So you need to “convert” my logo into an embroidery file first before you embroider it on my custom Carhartt jacket, hoodie, hat
or backpack. What exactly does that mean?
When you upload an image or logo for us to embroider on your brand-name item, we convert it to an embroidery-machine-friendly file so we can stitch it out on our machine. (This conversion process is also called digitizing.) For the best possible results, we digitize your custom logo or artwork by hand. The talented embroidery artists on our Corporate Casuals design team use the most up-to-date digitizing software to develop a stitch file that will result in the crispest, best-looking embroidery. Even when you run artwork through the software’s auto-digitizing function, you still won’t achieve the same level of quality that our artists do.
Q. How do I choose the right thread colors for my logo or message?
Extra points for a great question! The thread colors you choose for your logo or message is one of the most important decisions you’ll make during your ordering process. However, we recommend no more than six to nine colors for an embroidered logo or artwork.
Most likely, you’re working with specific colors your company has selected to represent your brand. If that’s the case, you’ll generally have access to your brand’s Pantone Matching System (PMS) colors. We can easily match our embroidery thread colors to your brand’s exact PMS colors at no charge, so your logo on your custom embroidered aprons are 100% on brand. Our online proofing system gives you access to over 230 industry-standard thread colors by Madeira.
If your goal is for your logo to have maximum visibility to potential customers, then we recommend selecting thread colors that contrast strongly with the color of the custom Carhartt outerwear or bag you’ve chosen. However, since embroidery is such a unique decorating method, even non-contrasting logos can still look great.
If you prefer a more subdued look, you can opt for a tone-on-tone design where your jacket, vest or bag differs by about one shade. We can even do a color-on-color design where we match your logo color to the exact shade of your custom item. Since we use 3-D threads that reflect light in a unique way, viewers will still be able to easily recognize your logo, which will have a more upscale engraved look.
Q. What’s the best size for my embroidered logo and text?
A general rule of thumb is to keep your logo less than 4 inches wide by 3 inches tall. Since aprons have a lot of space, you can go a bit larger if you like. Remember, larger logos or artwork may cost more if they require more stitches.
The best size for embroidered text lettering is 1/4 inch (6.3mm) or taller. We recommend a block font that doesn’t contain any fine details less than 1/16 inch (1.5mm) wide.
Q. Can I order a personalized Carhartt with a name and title?
Yes, you can add a name and/or title for a small fee to each item. We offer free setup for all personalization. We recommend no more than two lines of text containing 20 letters per line for the best embroidered look. If you need something different, one of our knowledgeable Corporate Casuals reps can work with you!
At Corporate Casuals, we’ve been stitching brand-name embroidered apparel for over 35 years with thousands of satisfied customers. Our production facility in Concord, Massachusetts, has state of the art industrial embroidery machines and operators with decades of experience. The bottom line? Your Carhartt items will look great!
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