Carhartt Sandstone Mock Neck Vest for Ladies
Ive been wearing the Carhartt Ladies Vest for just about 2 years. I was so happy with the original vest that I bought 2 more in different colors. I ride horses and find the vests perfect for riding or working around the barns. Comfortable over a long sleeve shirt, over a sweater or sweatshirt or when it's really cold under a plaid jack shirt and I'm toasty warm. Love the pockets as they're good for holding cell phone and work gloves as well as the occassional horse treat. I'm so happy that Carhatt recognizes that women need durability and comfort as much as men. Keep the wonderful lines coming.
September 17, 2009
In the description it says that this vest is made for a woman's body. It fits for the most part, but at the bottom, the sides stick out. I tried on a smaller size and found it was quite disproportionate. The small was too small for my chest (I am only a 36C) and the bottom was perfect. The medium fits up top, but as I stated before, the bottom makes your hips look wide as the sides of the vest stick out. I had several of my friends also try on the vest and they felt the same way. Not a good fit. I also found the price of this vest to be a little over the top. I bought my Carhartt jacket for less than this vest. If the fit was a little different and the price was lower, this would be a great vest.
March 16, 2011
Perfect for cold weather
This is my go to vest when the weather is cool but not quite cold enough for my winter coat or I need more maneuverability. The fit is great, it's nice and slim fitting, love the added length in the back as well. The pockets are lined and keep my hands very warm. They also are large/deep enough to hold things well. The inside pockets are great to have too. Love this vest and I recommend it!
October 5, 2014
Coolest Calf Catcher
I'm not gonna lie...I feel pretty cool in my Carhartt gear while both taking care of my 41 holstein calves and attending some good redneck winter fun like burning the picnic tables at a bonfire! I love this vest because my arms are more free to move around and wrestle a calf safely into the barn while I'm also able to keep warm. Warmth is trapped air and my vest traps the air needed to stay warm in the Winter. Thanks for making a great product!!
January 30, 2011