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Carhartt Mens Sherpa Lined Muskegon Jacket
Sandstone Black

Carhartt Mens Sherpa Lined Muskegon Jacket

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Carhartt 100112 Sandstone Muskegon Jacket

Stay warm this winter with this Carhartt jacket. The Men's Carhartt Muskegon Jacket is durable and made to work. Carhartt strives to give you high quality clothing that will not fail when you need it the most.

Cold weather calls for the sherpa-lined warmth and comfort of the Carhartt Muskegon Jacket. Built of rugged 12-ounce, 100 Percent cotton black sandstone duck material, this coat features the added protection of an inside storm flap behind the full-length front zipper. The mock neck collar protects the neck, inner-sleeve rib-knit storm cuffs seal in body warmth, and a drop tail adds comfort. Five pockets provide utility; left-chest map pocket, two interior pockets, and two sherpa-lined lower-front pockets. Carry a cell phone or media player? The left-side inside pocket features a media port through which you can string a headphone wire. Triple-stitched main seams add strength, Carhartt style.

Men's Carhartt Muskegon Jacket Features:

  • 12-ounce, 100 Percent cotton sandstone duck
  • Sherpa lined
  • Triple-stitched main seams

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