Carhartt Men’s Big & Tall Arctic Quilt Lined Duck Traditional Coat C003

December 28, 2015 - Comment

Gear up for the cold with our duck traditional coat featuring a nylon lining quilted to arctic-weight polyester insulation. Made of 12-ounce, 100% ring-spun cotton duck, the coat is equipped with two chest pockets, two large lower front pockets, and two inside pockets. The corduroy collar offers under-collar snaps to accommodate an optional hood. The

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Gear up for the cold with our duck traditional coat featuring a nylon lining quilted to arctic-weight polyester insulation. Made of 12-ounce, 100% ring-spun cotton duck, the coat is equipped with two chest pockets, two large lower front pockets, and two inside pockets. The corduroy collar offers under-collar snaps to accommodate an optional hood. The main seams are triple stitched, and the split back plus pleated elbows work to ensure easy movement.

Product Features

  • 12-ounce, heavyweight, firm-hand, 100% ring-spun cotton duck
  • Arctic-weight polyester insulation
  • Pleated elbows

Comments

John S. F. says:

Made in the USA ////UPDATE: I’ve had the coat for two winters now, going in to my third, and I LOVE IT! No static charge like many quilted liners build up, the duck is holding up amazingly, all the stitching is still very solid. I wore this thing through Hurricane Irene digging a ditch to drain a field that was flooding, and after four hours of work in the rain the liner was still dry, even at the elbows. Very warm, too!\\I followed the advice of some of the other reviewers and ordered a size…

Jarrett Venturini says:

Will be incredibly warm! I ordered this jacket a couple of days ago, and it wasn’t exactly what I was expecting.I am still rating it five stars, because it is an awesome jacket, and it was most likelymy fault for not reading the description carefully enough to realize this is a much heavierjacket than what I was looking for.I live in Northeast Pennsylvania, and it gets chilly here in the winter, often getting intosingle digits in January and February.I think this jacket is designed…

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