I think it largely depends on two things. One, are you interested in the clothes for like.... work, or to LOOK like you do those manly things. Second, what's your build. For straight out durable work clothes, the people I know who actually do outdoors and manual labor work buy their clothes from discount and supply stores (here in Wisconsin the exemplar would be Farm and Fleet). The work clothes you can get there are reasonably priced (I think most on the Forum would say "cheap") and hard-wearing. It's been a while, but if they do still carry Carhartt, it's almost certainly not part of a collaboration collection. As far as the second part, build, it's also been my experience that these same clothes are very generously sized. Almost everything in my size is (oxymoron) not my size, way too big, particularly width sized. I think there is a movement in functional work clothing to move towards a more 'standard' (versus 'husky') fit, but I think it's a stretch to say that anything there is 'fitted', certainly not 'tailored'.
So I think it comes down to what you're looking for and for what purposes.