After having this coat for the last 7 years and doing framework in it almost daily during the colder months I just barely wore through the cuffs of the coat! It's about time to be ordering another one!
It fits very well and is very warm. The only thing I have negative is the Zippers on all of my new purchases are hard to close. I had to put lubricant on them and work them a lot,and they are still rough to close. they will need a lot of working before they hopefully smooth out.
I bought this jacket to replace my old work jacket. It was a Wall’s brand. Whiched lasted me over 15 years. So I wanted something similar. This jack fits true to size. Doesn’t feel bulky wearing it. A bit stuff still. I’m sure it will break in over time. The only complaint I have about the jacket is. The waist could be tighter at the bottom of the jacket. Not really a snug fit like my old jacket. That is the only reason I marked it down.
I own shirts, pants (casual & work), bibs, face masks a vests I’m a believe I’m quality and you can’t go wrong with Carhartt.
I’ve tried a couple carhartt jackets and they all run to short and wide. I’m 6’1” and 175lbs and the medium long is a perfect fit. Slim enough to not feel like I’m swimming in it, and long enough so I stayed covered while in uncomfortable positions
I purchased the men’s small jacket in black for my granddaughter per her request as a Christmas gift. Shipping was quick. Package arrived intact. Will wait to see how my granddaughter likes her new jacket, but, so far, I am pleased with this purchase.
I am rating this on service only. We received this very quickly from the date of order, I think within a week. This is a Christmas present for our son, so I cannot give a rating for other areas. However, I will say that my husband has had various Carhartt items and he’s been extremely pleased with all of them.
Im 22 now but i want to say 10-12 years ago or more my dad bought me one that was a size too big and told me i would grow into it and never need another one again. And to my surprise, he was right! I still have the coat and its still keeping me warm every winter and will continue to for a very long time. And if it ever does need replacing i know where to find another well made and long lasting coat
Awesome jacket had my last one for two years and loved it. Was warm as heck and kept me dry. But after about two yrs of having it the back for some reason started tearing apart. It was almost like a cat was using it as a scratching post. And no I do not own any cats due to being allergic. But with everything I do in it I was pretty pleased with jacket. For 100 bucks and a jacket lasting 2 yrs of use in cutting and grinding metal, welding in it, working on vehicles in it, building homes in it . Just overall abuse to the jacket I felt it help up pretty well and I am now looking into all the other styles carhartt offers before I choose my next reliable carhartt. Hope this one will last a bit longer though cause I plan to spend a lil extra money on the extra flexible jacket line
My husband loves this jacket. He is outdoors in freezing rain for several hours at a time and still manages to stay warm and dry. This jacket is a replacement for the same model jacket that is 20+ years old and has been used and abused on a regular basis.
Love this jacket. Comfortable and adaptive between 30-50 degrees, does well in dry and wet conditions. Zipper could use an upgrade and sometimes catches but the overall product is a durable fantastic value
The pictures here are inaccurate. I got a large and it fits down to my waist fine and through my arms fine, but overall the thing is gigantic like it is made to fit a 350 pound person, so it looks ridiculous on someone who is a normal weight. The entire thing is too stiff to be comfortable and I've had it for 2 years now. Sitting down in a car is very uncomfortable because of it and the hood constantly touches the back of your head even when you're not wearing it and it is too stiff to push out of the way. The zipper is an absolute struggle to use because it doesn't want to budge. I suppose durability hasn't been a problem.