Carhartt Men's Quilted Flannel Lined Duck Active Jacket J140

4.2 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

Price: $69.99 - $99.99
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True to fit size and easy to wash while being durable enough to wear to hands on work location.
I did and medium fits perfectly for me, I haven't seen the red jacket in stores though.
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  • 100% Cotton
  • Imported
  • Zipper closure
  • Machine Wash
  • Made in the USA
  • Heavyweight
  • Quilted-Nylon Sleeves for warmth
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When Old Man Winter and Mother Nature get all riled up, reach for our Duck Active Jacket. It can handle what this fearsome twosome dishes out. Proudly made in the USA, it's warm, versatile, and rugged. Made of 12-ounce, heavyweight, firm-hand 100% ring-pun cotton duck its body and attached hood are lined with quilted flannel for warmth. It also offers quilted-nylon sleeves for warmth and easy in-and-out access, two inside pockets; two large lower-front pockets and rib-knit cuffs and waistband that seal in warmth.

Warm, versatile and rugged, our duck active jacket is made of heavyweight 12-ounce, firm-hand, 100% ring-spun cotton duck The body is lined with quilted flannel, and the sleeves are lined with quilted nylon, as is the attached hood and the two hand-warmer pockets. For added storage, there are also two inside pockets.

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 12 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B002G9U8FA
  • Item model number: J140
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2000
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #303,312 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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      4.2 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
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    Bought this jacket because I needed something warm when I work outside. Decided on this Carhartt and I'm glad I did. I can chop wood and handle all my dirty jobs, while staying warm and not worrying about any tearing or damage to my coat. The duck is extremely tough and the quilted lining inside is so comfy and warm... Overall the quality of this Carhartt is Superior to all and to say the least EXCELLENT!!! I am Extremely Happy to know that I will enjoy this product for many years to come..
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    The only work jackets that I've tried were Dickies Lined Eisenhower. They're not much better than a sweatshirt in terms of warmth. I lost my last Eisenhower in a customer's car so I needed a new jacket before it got chilly. I did some research and decided to try out the Carhartt J140. When the package arrived, boy was I surprised. This thing was built like a tank and the lining was 3 or 4 times thicker than my old Dickies. Downside was that the pockets are not lined. So weren't the Dickies but I was hoping the Carhartt were. Oh well, maybe I'll sew a liner inside.

    The size was really hard to judge before ordering. I'm 5'11" and 170 lbs. I normally wear a Medium jacket from most major active brand wear such as TNF, Marmot, etc. From reading all the reviews, I came to the conclusion that a Small would fit me best. When I tried it on, it was slightly short down the waist, long on the arms (although a welcome length when my arms are out front or up high), puffy around the chest, stomach, and arms, and slightly tight in the armpits. But the armpits were probably due to the thick material that joins four corners kind of like the crotch in a pair of jeans. After wearing it a few times, I didn't notice it at all. There's enough room inside to comfortably wear a sweatshirt underneath. It's almost as big as a typical Large. Maybe between a Medium and Large. Pretty similar in cut to a high school letterman jacket. Definitely made for construction workers, lumber jacks, and vikings. But kidding aside, I'm pretty sure that the extra girth helps with range of motion.

    The outter material is somewhat stiff but not as stiff as some people make it out to be. Wear it a couple of times and you won't notice it anymore. Hopefully after a few washes, it'll soften up even more.
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    It's great to find a quality product made in America. The fact that most of the guys you see working on job-sites with cold weather attests to the quality of these jackets. At 5' 10" and 190 lbs this medium-jacket fits perfect. I normally wear a large jacket but read the reviews here at Amazon and decided to order a medium.
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    I am 5'11 tall with 38' chest and normally wear M. But this M is HUGE! I have Carhartt thermal-lined active jacket which is also somewhat large for its size but this one is even bigger. It has enough space for three or four thick sweaters, and probably, you can easily put it on top of your favorite down parka for extra warmth in arctic expeditions.
    It's too big around the waist. Unless you have big belly cold air can enter with ease from below. Just like thermal-lined jacket it leaves your neck open, so you'll want something like sweater with high collar or a neck gaiter. If you are about the same size as me, S is surely better.
    On the other hand, the rest is warm enough. With sweater you can be comfortable at 0 degrees C, no problem.
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    I've owned lots of these type of jackets. I wear out one a year. I keep one to work in and one good one for day to day use. When the cuffs go to hell on them as they do on all of them if you work hard, and the stuffing starts falling out the sleves on my work one I just move the work one to Good Will, my good one to work in and get a new one. Tired of the blah colors my local box stores offer, moss green, brown, or light brown, or grey. I wanted RED, I've owned both Carhartt and Cabella's version of these jackets. This is the first time I've bought one from Amazon. I ordered it from Amazon because my local box stores have limited color variety. I ordered the red one. Then read the reviews of which everyone was complaining about the sizes being too big. I ordered a large, and it I've always gotten large with these jackets. I'm 6'0" 180lbs. Fits me great. Don't order a large if you are 5'0." I say 5 stars.
    I read lots of reviews after I already placed my order here, than got nervous as so many said they were swimming in it. telling us all to order a size smaller than you think. That is bunk, If you have used these jackets befoure just order your normal size. If you've never had one of these go to a Farm & Fleet store and try some on till you find your size. Remember that size when ordering from Amazon. My new Large from Amazon is identicle to my other Carhartts I've gotten at local stores.
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    Size: Large TallColor: Brown
    As noted by the word 'active' in the description title, this jacket is cut differently so there's plenty of room inside to move around without straining or ripping anything, without pulling up, and without bunching. My image is of a construction worker wearing this, even while carrying lumber and pouring concrete and reaching a little further inside a big pipe and so forth. From what I can find from all sources (not just Carhartt), this alternate fit is the only thing that's readily available if you want the ribbed cuffs and the ribbed waistband (especially in less-common sizes such as 3XLT).

    It does however at first "feel wrong" if you're unfamiliar with this alternate cut or want to wear it in a less active context. Getting a smaller size is risky. It may help get rid of the extra fabric that feels wrong, but at the cost of too-small neck and waist and armholes and too-short sleeves. This jacket is not "cut big" ...it's "cut _different_".

    Attached hood always keeps my head warm and dry - never any leaks because of incorrectly attached hood or an inconvenient wrinkle or ... However, it blocks much of my side vision and it blocks a lot of sound behind and beside me. So I use it for really nasty weather and for working in the back yard, but for walking down the sidewalk or crossing the street in better weather I instead wear a separate hat and leave this hood down.

    Lining is plenty warm: I wear this as a winter coat in New England for being outside fifteen minutes or so at a time down to ten degrees or even lower. I haven't even tried to use it for for spring and fall weather though, as I think it would be "too warm". For somewhat less insulation, get the "thermal lined" but otherwise similar model J131.
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