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Sandstone Hooded Multi-Pocket Jacket/Sherpa Lined

Men's, Cotton Sandstone

Field Tested

$119.99 – $129.99

Product Features

Rely on our rugged jacket to get you through the day.

12-ounce, 100% cotton sandstone duck

Sherpa lining in body, Quilted-nylon lining in sleeves

Polyester twill-trimmed front placket and cuffs

Snap-front closure

Two inside pockets

Inner-sleeve, rib-knit storm cuffs

tested in the real world. Not some lab.

Our gear is tested in nature by men who battle the elements and push themselves to the limit every day on the job site. So it's ready for anything, just like you.

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4.5 / 5.0
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
FREAKING AWESOME!!
I am completely in love with this coat! I ordered a size smaller (xl) as I am normally a 2x and it fits perfectly! The cuffs look cool and have the uncool warmness hidden inside and the buttons mean no more broken zippers EVER again! I am bummed it got warm here so I can't live in this coat...it should be warm enough for serious winters too! Buy this coat and you won't have to buy another jacket for 20 years!!!
March 8, 2012
Age:
35-44
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Almost nailed it...
I have been wearing Carhartt for years and just got this jacket. Everything is great about this jacket. Except THE BUTTONS. They are very cheap buttons that barely hold the jacket closed. They pop open easily with the slightest resistance. Considering returning it for my money back, but might just have a tailor put a heavy duty zipper in, using the buttons only as a secondary closure. You guys almost nailed it! Why did you skimp on the cheap buttons/no zipper? I would gladly pay more up front for this product if it had a solid closure system.
October 18, 2015
Age:
25-34
Gender:
Male
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Great coat but the Buttons!
I just got this jacket and love it. Only problum is the buttons, they open so easly. Its seemed like I may have purchased a defective one but nope. Came on this and other people have also thought the same. Carhartt you need to change these buttons, other than that this coat is one of the best iv owned. Would recommend this coat to anybody just have buttons switched out at a tailor.
December 28, 2015
Age:
25-34
Gender:
Male
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Great Product
This is a really nice looking jacket, the sherpa lining is incredible. Button snaps are cool they do jingle slightly though. VERY warm, seems to be excellent quality.....kinda wish it was made in USA (its made in mexico by usa materials) but I guess nowadays that doesnt really happen often. I normally wear a large and I ordered a medium that fits perfectly so just be aware that it runs slightly big.
February 27, 2013
Troy, NY
Age:
18-19
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Great looking coat, really poor button quality
I'd noticed the comments from prior reviewers re: the snap buttons being poor quality, but assumed it could have simply been a bad run... Nope. Just got mine yesterday and the buttons are terrible. I'm 6'0 and an athletic 190lbs (i.e. no belly-assisted button popping), and these buttons pop open when the coat scrunches getting in and out of cars, moving casually (opening doors, turning your head with the hood on, etc). There's no way these stay buttoned when doing something active/work-related.

Love the look/feel of the coat, and the appearance of buttons adds to that... They just need to work. Only knock on an otherwise great coat.
November 15, 2015
Age:
35-44
Gender:
Male
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Outstanding jacket
Tough, looks great, and very warm. I'll buy Carhartt from now on.
November 20, 2011
Milford, DE
Age:
35-44
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Best Carhartt to me
i have had a few carhartts , j130 and detroit and this is the best of them all , i wear large in most coats such as north face but in all carhartt i wear medium , so i would suggest if your first time get one size smaller than your normal coat size , this coat rocks ,, love the sleeve cuffs and sherpa lining is so soft and cuddly
November 13, 2012
Age:
35-44
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
SoliDDDD
love it, only thing that could be better is a zipper insted of the buttons or a combo of the two. but other than that loveeeeeee it
March 8, 2012
Age:
18-19
Appearance
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
My first
I've been looking for a good winter jacket that is durable and will last for more then a winter and i decided carhartt is the best and i love it so glad with my choice. I recommend it to everyone. I also love all the pockets. THey do come a little snug though.
October 1, 2011
Fowerville, MI
Age:
Under 18
Fit
Runs Small
 
Runs Large
Appearance
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Rugged coat
Great tough coat. I'm usually a XXL-XXXL in other brands, but an XL fits me well with Carhartt. I only find it a little tight in the upper arm area. The only two things I kind of have issue with are the elastic wrist cuffs inside the sleeve that are not visible, but I think I can just cut them out. The other thing is the front hand warming pockets. They are shallow and fleece lined, it's the only part of the coat that isn't heavy duty. I know I'll rip them apart in no time.
February 19, 2012
Age:
25-34
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What is the source of this product?
A shopper on Jun 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This product is imported.
Is this too hot for a garage workshop in the winter? Assume 300-40 degrees F. Will I be sweating?
A shopper on Aug 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We do not temperature rate our garments because everyone has a different threshold for what they consider to be warm. We do categorize them as warm, warmer or warmest. Sherpa lining would be considered a warmer lining.