WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Mont. — Whether working on her family’s farm as a kid in Connecticut or leading trail crews in the backcountry after college, Sarah Calhoun always struggled to find comfortable work clothes.
The work pants she found were designed for men, not women. So she decided to design her own line of pants.
Today, she sells her Red Ants Pants to working women all over the world.
She’s doing it in the small town of White Sulphur Springs, a farming and ranching community of about 900 people.