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Carhartt's sandstone jackson coat is packed with features that offer you comfort, warmth and convenience. Made of 12-ounce, 100 percent cotton sandstone duck, it features sherpa lining in the body, quilted-nylon lining in sleeves, two chest pockets with vertical zip closures, two lower pockets with hook-and-loop flap closures and separate side entry hand warmer pockets and two inside pockets. It also has a dropped tail for added coverage, an attached three-piece hood with draw cord closure, an internal waist draw cord, internal rib-knit storm cuffs and a split back with bi-swing folds for ease of movement. Main seams are triple-stitched for durability.
Of all the different Carhartt jackets I have tried on, the Jackson is the one I liked the best. I am 5'10"/5'11", and ordered a medium. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by shezadeh
Bought this jacket for my husband for Christmas. He loves it. We order smaller, because of the reviews. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Rachel
warm, durable, good winter chore coat. Easy on and off with lined sleeves. I am between two sizes and the larger would have been to big.Published 2 days ago by D. J.
Runs large and would need to be waterproofed if desired, but otherwise lives up to its namesake. Heavy, quality construction. Read morePublished 3 days ago by M. Package
This jacket is very nice, quite warm. It fits a bit large and long, but not in a bad way. The zipper is a bit hard to get started but is very well constructed. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Adam Riggs
Great coat but had to send it back as it was too large. I have a Carhartt vest that is the same size and fits perfect, so the sizing across products does not appear consistent.Published 4 days ago by Grubbs
Very warm Jacket, a bit on the bulky and heavy side. As it has been stated in other posts, these jackets run larger. I'm 6' 220lbs and normal wear and extra-large in a jacket. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Frank Mayes