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Carhartt Quick Duck Woodward Active Jacket
Carhartt's Quick Duck Fabric. Made of 8.5-ounce, 60% cotton/40% polyester canvas with a durable water-repellent finish, it’s 30% lighter and ounce-for-ounce as durable as Carhartt sandstone duck.
Carhartt's Quick Duck Active Jacket also features nylon lining quilted to mid-weight polyester insulation provides warmth, and a pull-up quilt-lined hood with draw-cord closure adds protection whenever needed. Carry a lot of items? The active jacket is well outfitted with a left-chest map pocket, two large lower-front pockets, and two inside pockets. Rib knit cuffs and waistband help seal in the warmth, and triple stitched main seams add strength.
Carhartt coats are for hardworking men This Carhartt coat features a zip front placket and an attached hood. Interior and exterior pockets for storing small items. Features quilted polyester lining. Made of 8. 5 ounce, 60% cotton/40% polyester canvas with DWR finish. Nylon quilted to midweight polyester insulation lining in body and sleeves. Imported.
Clothing fabrics is good，but somewhat large，i am 5''10' ,187lbsPublished 1 month ago by chenminghua
Bought this to keep my workers warm during the cold Fall/Winter period. Not as warm as the Arctic Jacket, but great for 30F degree mornings.Published 1 month ago by GardenerbobW
Very warm even with just a tee shirt under it. Fabric is somewhat stiff but a tumble in the dryer on the fluff cycle with a pair of old sneakers helped that. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark
I ordered the medium size, and it was way too big. I usually fit in a medium, so I was surprised about the extremely large fit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JArthur
It arrived in two days. The small size it perfect for a 5'7" 165lb guy. It was bulkier than I expected but I am pleased with the added weight for warm this winter.Published 1 month ago by Busy Nurse