When it comes to workwear, nobody does it quite like Carhartt. The Michigan mainstay has been outfitting America’s builders, laborers, and craftsmen since 1889, and they’ve learned an awful lot about what good work apparel should look like in their 130+ years in business, as evidenced by the brand’s Relaxed Fit Washed Duck Sherpa-Lined Utility Jacket.
The Sherpa-Lined Utility Jacket was built to hold up through your coldest and toughest workdays, as it combines a soft and toasty interior with a rugged and hard-wearing exterior. The outside of the jacket is constructed of heavyweight, 12-Ounce 100% ring-spun washed cotton duck canvas that’s tough as can be, and it’s been further reinforced with Cordura at wear points along the cuffs. There’s a warm inside-facing sherpa lining to keep you warm, with quilted nylon lining in the sleeves and internal rib-knit storm cuffs providing additional protection against the cold. A full-zip front is accompanied by inner and outer storm flaps, and there’s even an attached adjustable hood for an additional layer of coverage. The jacket is constructed with Carhartt-strong, triple-stitched main seams throughout for durability, and the pleated bi-swing back provides superior mobility as you go about your tasks.
If you’ve got work to do outside this winter, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better partner with which to do it than the Relaxed Fit Washed Duck Sherpa-Lined Utility Jacket. It’s available now from Carhartt in four colors starting at $130.