Caterpillar Men’s Heavy Insulated Parka Coat, Black, X-Large

October 13, 2014 - Comment

Our Heavy Insulated Parka is sure to keep you warm and provides a greater level of visibility due to our reflective taping across the chestand back. This parka will help protect you from nature’s elements and make you more visible in low light conditions. Product Features Zip off hood lined with microfleece and adjustable drawcord

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Our Heavy Insulated Parka is sure to keep you warm and provides a greater level of visibility due to our reflective taping across the chestand back. This parka will help protect you from nature’s elements and make you more visible in low light conditions.

Product Features

  • Zip off hood lined with microfleece and adjustable drawcord and cord locks
  • Microfleece inside collar and storm flap
  • Reflective webbing on front and back body
  • Adjustable cuffs with snap tabs and hidden storm cuffs
  • Inside cell phone pocket with hook and loop closure

Comments

Chewy says:

Great Coat!! I’d been looking for a heavy coat for a while as it gets cold here in Maryland during the winter months and my down jacket was coming apart. I’m also anemic so I get cold very easily. I didn’t want to spend a ton of money but I still wanted a something nice and fucntional. I figured if Caterpillar could make good heavy machinery then they could make a good coat. [^_^]It most certainly keeps you warm. Even when it’s gusty it does the job very well. I like that the sleeves are wind…

Daniel Brewer "Outdoor guy" says:

Pretty good 0

Nick says:

An awesome coat I go to school in Colorado Springs which can be very cold and very very windy sometimes having wind chills up to -40. This coat is great for the cold wet weather. I have worn it in the rain while my jeans were soaked the rest of my body was dry and warm. It’s awesome in the wind even when its very cold. The zipper is overlapped with the coat’s outer fabric so nothing, not even water. can get through. I have worn it in 25mph wind gusts in 15 degree weather and only wore a t-shirt underneath, and…

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