Carhartt Men's Sandstone Traditional Coat - Arctic Quilt Lined
Constructed from heavyweight 100 cotton sandstone duck with a nylon lining quilted to arcticweight polyester insulation, the Carhartt Sandstone Traditional Coat with Arctic Lining for Men is tough against even the coldest weather.
When the mercury drops and the wind picks up, the ribknit storm cuffs and a corduroy collar help to keep the heat in and the cold out. The Standstone traditional coat has split back design and pleated elbows so you can have complete range of motion while staying warm on the job.
- Carhartt Style Number: C26
- 12ounce, 100% cotton sandstone duck
- Nylon quilted to arctic-weight polyester insulation
- Corduroy top collar with snaps underneath for optional hood
- Two-way, brass zipper front and wind flaps with hook-and-loop closure
- Two inside pockets
- Triple-stitched main seams
- Split back with bi-swing
- Pleated elbows
- Interior rib-knit storm cuffs
- Center back length: 30.5" (Regular) 32.5" (Tall)
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Reviews - Carhartt Men's Sandstone Traditional Coat - Arctic Quilt Lined
wouldn't buy anything else
Great coat, durable, looks good. This is the second Carhartt I've ordered, the first coat lasted me three years I trust that this one will last just as long.
One fine coat
This is the coat for those days you want to stay inside but have to go outside. Fits well with plenty of mobility and well made. I recommend this coat for those who have to be out in the cold for hours. The hood is must have (should of came with the coat).
It is Carhartt, that should say it all. If you have owned Carhartt, you know what I mean. This coat was used when a minus 20 degree wind chill hit the Midwest. I would have chosen to stay indoors,but a nieghbor had a tree about to go down in the high wind,so we had no choice, Spent several hours out in the wind,ice and snow, never felt cold with this coat on. Held up to the icy limbs crashing down on us and high wind.