Carhartt Men’s Big & Tall Sherpa-Lined Sandstone Vest V33

January 3, 2016 - Comment

Carhartt’s sandstone mock-neck vest is perfect for layering. Made of 12-ounce, 100 cotton sandstone duck, it features a sherpa lining, two large, sherpa-lined front pockets, two inside pockets and map pocket with zipper closure on the left chest. A drop tail adds coverage. 12-ounce, 100 cotton sandstone duck, heavyweight sherpa-lined two inside pockets Product Features

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Carhartt’s sandstone mock-neck vest is perfect for layering. Made of 12-ounce, 100 cotton sandstone duck, it features a sherpa lining, two large, sherpa-lined front pockets, two inside pockets and map pocket with zipper closure on the left chest. A drop tail adds coverage. 12-ounce, 100 cotton sandstone duck, heavyweight sherpa-lined two inside pockets

Product Features

  • Zip-front vest with sherpa lining, zipper chest pocket, and half-kangaroo pockets

Comments

Michael Goff says:

Best Workclothes In the World As a long time Carhartt fan, I had always admired the Sherpa vest but could never find it in my size. This work vest is cut in such a way that you have complete freedom of movement through the shoulder and waist while the longer tail covers your waistband in case your work pants tend to dip a little when weighted down. The medium fits me very well as a lean 6′ guy with a 40 or 41′ chest. If you’re worried about the waist being too tight, let me assure you, I wear mine over several layers…

AbbeyKat says:

Not As Pictured Carhartt is one of the best brands for rugged outdoor wear. This vest fits the bill for durability, but the collar does not stand up nicely and hug the neck as shown in the picture. It’s all wrinkled and scrunched down which makes the vest less effective in keeping you warm. The shabby, wrinkled neck takes away from the overall look. It makes the vest look like a cheap knock-off.It runs small so I had to exchange it for a larger size. The first one arrived the same way, all wrinkled…

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