Carhartt’s bread and butter is their outerwear.
Before you step onto the jobsite this winter, consider tossing on one of the following.
As a modern counterpart to their classic coat, the Extremes Artic quit-lined coat is made
of water repellent Cordura nylon. It’s got quilted liner plus an insulation layer that
will trap in warmth and keep cold out. It’s got chest and front pockets, plus to interior
pockets. A classic for Carhartt is their Sandstone
Detroit jacket. It’s made with sturdy sandstone duck cotton on the outside and blanket lining
inside. A zippered chest pocket, lower front pockets and inside chest pocket provide ample
storage. The Artic-quilt lined duck vest is great as
an extra layer if an entire coat isn’t necessary. The firm 100% duck cotton is durable and it
has nylon quilted lining for warmth. It also has front pockets and a patch pocket on the
inside. The Thermal lined duck active jacket is similar
to the vest, but has 100% polyester thermal lining for warmth on the job. If you’re interested
in keeping the area north of your shoulders warm, this jacket also has a thermal lined
hood. The Duck Quilt-lined biberalls zip down to
your waist for easy movement. The legs zip up to the hip to make boots easy to take on
and off. They also have reinfornced knee zones for durability.
Finally, if you need full body warmth, Carhartt has Quilt-Lined Coveralls. They feature multiple
tool and utility pockets plus zippers on the front and legs, which make them easy to get
on and off. See all the color and sizing options for the
complete Carhartt Apparel line at GME Supply dot com.