Carhartt's Sandstone Sierra Jacket is sherpa-lined for added warmth and comfort. It's made of 12-ounce, 100% cotton sandstone duck for durability and long lasting wear, and it features princess back seams for a premium fit. The built-in bi-swing allows for ease of movement and the dropped tail allows for added coverage. Main seams are triple-stitched for durability. Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by hlwini Best Purchase Ever
It's definitely warm, and nice selection of colors they offer for the girls.
A definite recommendation,
February 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rinnah Best work jacket I've ever had!
This is an excellent jacket. The shoulder fit allows me to work without restraint, the inner cuffs let me push up the sleeves if I need to submerge my hands in water. The hood tightens around my face protecting my ears from gale winds. The outside pockets are placed in a comfortable position and are large enough to use with medium weight gloves, I can secure my phone in either inner pocket and this jacket is very comfortable and warm. The function of this jacket is awesome and the look is great. I have the blue dusk color which has a shade of purple. I've had several compliments on this jacket and some were even from men.
February 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by outdoormom Great Jacket!!
This jacket is great! I loved the color, although it says blue dusk, it appeared more purple, which is ok with me. I loved it. Working outdoors in cold temps, this was great because it kept me warm and even after being outside in the rain all day, the jacket wasn't soaked, nor were my clothes I had on underneath. I loved that it has a hood and the pockets that zip up. I can wear between a small and a medium and I got a small and it fit well, wasn't too tight around the shoulder or the arms, was long enough, sleeves went all the way down my arms. I've washed this about 20 times now and it still looks new and still keeps me warm. The sherpa lining is still as soft as it was when I got it. Cleans easily.
January 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by nurse great coat
Fits well and is extremely war
January 18, 2012
This is not a cold-weather jacket by any means. It's just for when it's chilly enough, you need more than just your T-shirt. I would say you'd be chilly in this jacket if it was 45 or so degrees or less. I used it for walking in the early morning, but it's usually at least 50 degrees. Hope that helps!
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