Men's heavyweight softshell jacket that's wind-resistant, water-repellent, and built to move. This men's jacket gives you the flexibility to move on the job while providing rugged defense against the elements. The heavyweight softshell construction holds its own through wind, cold, and light precipitation. It features a large pocket on the inside as well as three zip pockets on the outside. Features: 13.9-ounce, 90% nylon / 10% spandex Rain Defender® durable water repellent (DWR) keeps you dry and moving in light rain Built to move with Rugged Flex® stretch technology Wind Fighter® technology tames the wind Full front zip with chin protector Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs; Drawcord-adjustable hem Large inner document pocket
The Jacket fit way too large. The large tall was for someone who weighs 400+ pounds. I am 6’7” and thin build. I am really disappointed in the fit of Carharts jackets. I returned the coat and will be finding another brand to buy. I hope that Carhart reads this feedback and takes design into their next round of production coats. An unsatisfied customer.
Very nice jacket to have with you if you work outside in Wisconsin
Very comfortable, I like the way it fits much better then PVC suites I own. I like that it is easy to work in and not sweat to death, and it moves with you well and doesn't seem to be stiff or fighting you. Seems to be durable so far. Does a good job in light to moderate rain, will be purchasing a storm proof jacket as well for work days that you know it's going to be more steady rain.
I bought this jacket for my husband. My daughter-in-law had given my son this jacket for Christmas two years ago. My husband saw it and loved it so I bought it for him. He wears it all the time and loves it! The quality and fit is excellent.I highly recommend the Crowley jacket.
This jacket looks great. It's description labels it "Heavyweight" but I would say it's a midweight at best. Very good at blocking the wind. A little awkward fitting in the upper arms. Working with arms above my head is a little restricting. Also if you've never seen this jacket in person it looks softer online than it is. It has a rough exterior. The kind that makes noise when you move in it. I had a hard time rating this. I like the way it looks and I've been wearing every day since I got it. But if I lost it I don't think I'd buy it again.
52 degrees feels like 48 wind 13 mph and for the price of this jacket should be able to keep me warm but someone I still get cold and doesn’t block the wind if I want to be warm have to wear a sweater under it
I am a pilot and needed a jacket that is not too bulky so I don't clog up the cockpit but is still warm and wind resistant so I don't succumb to cold and wind chill from high winds from other planes in the area. This jacket is perfect. It has plenty of interior pockets to store anything and everything I need. I can't feel the wind through the jacket in the slightest. The jacket with a T-shirt will work into the 30s, but below that, I layer with a down vest and it's good into the low 20s. If it ever does get into the teens I'm sure an insulated top under it would keep me warm.
The only complaint I have is right out of the store it is very stiff (but still very comfortable. I forget about the stiffness as soon as I actually get it on. Still very maneuverable), but that's true to the Carhartt fashion, and tells me I will be wearing this jacket as long as I can fit in it. It will break in the more I wear it and only get more comfortable with time.
I just received my new Crowley jacket last week and began wearing it here in Colorado. I absolutely love it. It looks nice and feels warm. The only thing I would say is that when the temperatures drop into the 20s and below, I would start layering with a sweater or hoodie underneath.
I havent owned a carhartt jacket for some time due to the first I owned lasted a long time and was the duck style and took forever to break in. I had avoided buying one due to the stiffness and not knowing cathartt had so many options. I tried this on and loved the flexibility of the fabric and the warmth of the fleece lining. I usually wear a 2xl but was surprised to feel how tight a 2xl was. Tried on a 3xl and was a much better fit. It even leaves enough room to wear a hooded shirt shirt underneath in extreme cold days. The styling of the jacket gives off a more professional appearance for production and office meetings but on the job is tough and rugged!