Carhartt Men’s Arctic-Quilt Lined Sandstone Duck Traditional Coat C26

January 26, 2015 - Comment

Cold weather is no match for carhartt’s sandstone traditional coat with nylon lining quilted to arctic-weight polyester insulation. Constructed of heavyweight 12-ounce, 100 percent cotton sandstone duck, it features rib-knit storm cuffs as well as a corduroy collar with under-collar snaps to accommodate an optional hood. There are two inside pockets, two flapped chest pockets,

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Cold weather is no match for carhartt’s sandstone traditional coat with nylon lining quilted to arctic-weight polyester insulation. Constructed of heavyweight 12-ounce, 100 percent cotton sandstone duck, it features rib-knit storm cuffs as well as a corduroy collar with under-collar snaps to accommodate an optional hood. There are two inside pockets, two flapped chest pockets, and two, front hand-warmer pockets. The split-back with bi-swing design plus pleated elbows make for ease of movement on the job.

Product Features

  • Arctic-weight polyester insulation
  • Zip closure with hook-and-loop tabs
  • Contrasting collar
  • Carhartt’s Arctic-Quilt Lined Sandstone Traditional coat sports durable construction, warm insulation, and a non-bulky silhouette that helps you get things done.

Comments

Wyatt says:

Works for me in Fargo, ND…with layers I grew up on a farm (and am now 38), and still consider myself a farm kid. But back then, I grew up on a small farm and we didn’t have enough money to buy good stuff like Carhartt jackets for us kids who grew out of them every year! I’ve kind of always wanted one, and finally got sick of Columbia jackets with fleece lining that fills me with static or other jackets that just don’t last. So I researched and bought this one.Many of the reviews claim that it’s warm enough to wear…

Amazon Customer says:

Carhartt Men’s Arctic-Quilt Owned three of these over the years.watched many hockey games in Canada, and Northern NY. Cut wood worked out doors all winter worked on snow making and ice rinks with them. When cuffs get frozen they fray and go to a worn out rag look. Yes they fade and loose a lot of there water repellent and wind resistance ability with every washing. But I do not think there is another coat as tough. Buy large and wear allot of under garments when it is real…

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