DescriptionWarm, versatile and rugged, Carhartt's duck active jacket is made of heavyweight 12-ounce, firm-hand, 100% ring-spun cotton duck. The body and hood are lined with quilted flannel, and the sleeves are lined with quilted nylon. For added storage, there are also two inside pockets.*12-ounce, heavyweight, firm-hand, 100% ring-spun cotton duck *Quilted-flannel lining in body, quilted-nylon lining in sleeves *Attached hood
Made in USA
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J140 - Carhartt Quilted Flannel Lined Jacket Sizing Information
Reviews - Average Customer Review: 4.89 out of 5 (29 Reviews)
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I had wanted one of these jackets last year though never got around to ordering one instead opting to just wear a sweatshirt and a lightweight jacket. Lately in the Northeast, it has been extremely cold compared to what I am used to. After much thought, I finally bought it on Monday and it arrived today (due to a weather delay) and it is outstanding. I studied the review below me an opted for a size Large. I am 5'9 and 140 lbs. It fits perfect. It fits better with a crewneck sweatshirt as well as opposed to a hooded one.
What a value!
This is the exact same style (different fabrics though) as my last Carhartt bought at Dick's a few years ago, for which I paid a whole lot more - and it was made in Mexico. I am 5'9" and about 220 lbs. I would say that someone up to about 240 or so would be fine with the large. I purchased the extra large this time, to leave room for a hoodie or other jacket underneath. However, if you are any smaller than me, I would nevertheless recommend going with the large. Also, I chose the navy color. I would call it a "dark navy" though. It is really sharp. The hood is not nearly as stiff as my old one was when it was new. I am totally pleased with this purchase, and highly recommend this jacket.
I was tired of paying a lot of money for coats that would last a year or two before falling apart. I'm a computer guy, but still wanted something that would last. Up here in Alaska Carhartt has quite the reputation. I figured I would give it a try. I've been very happy with it. I've worn it down to single digit temps, layered with the AAC hoodie with no problems. I can only get better as it breaks in. I'm a little torn about the hood. It's almost more like a helmet because of the stiff fabric. But, it's better than nothing when a strong wind gets blowing. Best of all? Made in America. When I showed my dad he was quick to 'correct me' me when I said I bought an American Carhartt jacket. I had to show him the label to prove it wasn't actually made in Mexico or Guatemala. (Seriously guys? Only 5 jackets made in the US? Tsk tsk tsk) I hope to leave another follow-up review after a few years.
The outside is like a soft canvas. Kept me warm while I was shoveling snow. High quality, I think it will last a long time
super heavy duty hoodie
This is a great jacket for when you want that comfort of a hoodie but it is a little too cold to wear a normal hoodie. It seemlessly combines the comfort of hoodie with the warmth of a jacket. This is a great jacket for those cool fall nights spent outside around a fire
Best and most durable jacket I have ever bought!
If you are looking for a jacket thats warm and durable don't overlook this one. I bought this jacket to wear while commuting to work on my motorcycle, and through my years of riding I had not found a jacket that cuts the wind like this one does. With this jacket and a sweatshirt underneath I could hardly feel the wind penetrating through, and if you have ever ridden a motorcycle in cold weather you know that money cant buy a jacket that don't have a little wind penetration. And how's this for durability? After two weeks of wearing my jacket I wrecked my motorcycle. I slid down the paved asphault approx. 100 ft. sustaining extensive injuries to my legs, but my upper body was protected thanks to my Carhartt jacket being to big to fit in my saddle bags for the ride home that evening. The asphault wore only one hole in the outter layer of the jacket, but the insulation and inner lining saved me. After seeing my shredded pants I could not believe my jacket was still in one piece. I hope to purchase another one as soon as I am able. I would definitly recommend this jacket to anyone
Great Quality, but needs to break in
The coat is great for our cold winters, fairly short for a Tall size. The most obnoxious part is the stiffness of the fabric, especially in the hood from being new. It will take several weeks to break it in
I am a self employed electrician and have worn this jacket for years. I just spray the water proof on it it each year and we are set. Either on a job or down in the bottoms fixing fence, I can count on it to do it's job
Functional and warm
I work in an enviroment where I am in cold temperatures a great deal of the time. This jacket does the job that I need it to...keeping me warm. The jacket is very comfortable and looks great. A classic
This coat is worth it. I wear this all the time. Keeps me warm doing chores. And sledding with the kids