Carhartt® Sandstone Detroit Jackets for Men
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- 12-ounce, 100% cotton sandstone duck
- Micro-sanded and garment-washed for a soft finish
- Blanket-lined body
- Quilted nylon-lined sleeves
- Zippered front
- Left chest zipper pocket and two front welt pockets
- Inside welt pocket with zipper closure on left side for secure storage
- Snap-adjustable waist and cuff
- Work fit for better range of motion and comfort
- Triple-stitched main seams
- Bi-swing back
This Sandstone Detroit jacket from Carhartt features a blanket-lined body and quilted, nylon-lined sleeves for warmth. Work fit design allows for better range of motion, so you can work or play all day in comfort. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: J97.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 33
Rated 5 out of 5 by Detroitjack18 Awesome Jacket
My dad gave me this jacket over a year ago and it still looks as if it could have come from the store. The only difference is that this one is broken in. The jacket is incredibly warm even in the winter. The blanket lining is much warmer than you would think. The fit is great and the four pockets are really handy. This is a great product.
January 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by bigtee Perfect
I have never owned Carhartt until this fall and have since gotten a little Carhartt "drunk". The Detroit jacket is my third Carhartt and it is just perfect. The fit is trim and looks great. Just thick enought to chase away the chill. You can work in it or wear it on a night out, it is at home either place.
January 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by ncfirefight Got it as a freebie!!
Buddy gave me this jacket his Uncle bought it didn't like it and gave it to him was way to big for him, but just my size. GREAT JACKET I wear it as a work coat at my part-time job driving a rollback!
January 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by VanD Great Jacket for One Wearing a Tool Belt
I needed a new jacket to deal with the cold and wet San Francisco winter, but I wanted something that can be worn over my tool belt with suspenders. The Detroit series jacket is perfect for this. I went with the J97 over the J01 because a local retailer had my size in stock. The J97 is comfortable from the start with little need for break-in.
The jacket fits snugly enough to allow good movement and not let the material get in the way when working. The blanket lining is nice and warm when I wear a short-sleeve shirt with temperatures in the 40s. I think lower temperatures would be fine with a long-sleeve flannel and/or a thermal.
The best part about the jacket is that the base rests just on top of my tool belt and bags and does not ride up due to being too long. I wear framer bags with a belt tape measure holster on the right side, and the jacket doesn't get in the way of me quickly getting to the tape.
I only have two complaints: The inside face of the collar is made of the same canvas material as the body, and when I wore the collar down, it caused a rash on my neck for about four weeks until the cloth was well broken in (with three washes). I got around the irritation by wearing the collar up. When worn up, the collar does a good job of covering the neck area, and the zipper runs up tight to the neck. The other complaint is that the jacket is not waterproof, but I knew this when buying it. The material is thick enough to absorb a good amount of water before soaking through.
I cannot comment on the longtime durability due to not having worn the jacket for more than two months, but it is holding up well from being on me forty hours a week for two months working construction outside.
This is not a jacket for someone looking to wear it out on the town with an un-tucked t-shirt. The body is very short to fit over a tool belt, and an un-tucked t-shirt sticks out enough to look ridiculous in a non-job-site setting. I couldn't be happier with the jacket as a workman's jacket.
January 2, 2011
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