Carhartt Men’s Quick Duck Jefferson Traditional Jacket,Charcoal,X-Large

December 23, 2018 - Comment

The Jefferson Traditional Jacket features Quick Duck with 3M Thinsulate insulation for warmth which makes Quick Duck even lighter but just as warm as always. It’s 8.5-ounces and made of 60% cotton/40% polyester canvas that features the Rain Defender durable water-repellent finish, lots of pockets, inner-sleeve, rib-knit storm cuffs and a convenient media port. Product

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(as of April 19, 2020 5:50 pm EDT - Details)

The Jefferson Traditional Jacket features Quick Duck with 3M Thinsulate insulation for warmth which makes Quick Duck even lighter but just as warm as always. It’s 8.5-ounces and made of 60% cotton/40% polyester canvas that features the Rain Defender durable water-repellent finish, lots of pockets, inner-sleeve, rib-knit storm cuffs and a convenient media port.

Product Features

  • Front-zip jacket with standing collar and quilted lining
  • Snap-flap pockets on chest with patch pockets at front

Comments

Anonymous says:

A SIMPLY SUPERB Jacket 10/10 I am 6ft, 242lbs and have a bit of a gut. I ordered the L ( normally XL – 2XL ) and it fits me perfectly albeit a little snug when zipped. I think if i had gone XL it would have looked ill fitting. The jacket is SUPERB. Looks amazing on and will man you up for either work or play. Toasty warm but not too bulky and all pockets are functional. The extended sleeves are a sweet touch and the collar is perfect up or down. I would have to seriously consider getting another one just in case Carhartt…

Anonymous says:

I reordered the large and it fit perfect over a flannel shirt I’m 5′ 10″, 240 pounds with broad shoulders and big arms (size 48 suit coat). I typically wear an XL, but sometimes a Large, depending on the coat/jacket. I originally purchased the XL and it was too big, especially in the waist. I reordered the large and it fit perfect over a flannel shirt. I have good movement in the shoulders and arms. I’m assuming this jacket is cut for actually doing work (lifting, moving, chopping) in comfort. It looks as nice as my $350 Filson, but it is…

Anonymous says:

CARHARTT CONTINUES TO DISSAPOINT After owning numerous Carhartt products in the past (most which i returned or gave away) Idecided to give big C another try due to the new Quikduck material. first I tried the Cryder large in which the sleeves were too long and then a medium which the chest was too small to wear layers underneath, so i went with the Jefferson. They usually run large but seems like other models run different. Im 5″10″ 160lbs so I bought this in a MED olive and it fits great with room for layers. at first…

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