Carhartt sandstone traditional coat, arctic quilt lined, size L, USA

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Gamma68, Jan 25, 2019.

  1. Gamma68

    Gamma68 One Too Many

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    Location:
    Detroit, MI
    I purchased this coat directly from Carhartt during an employee sale in 2006. Worn very sparingly. It's in great shape with minimal wear. No stains, rips, holes. Zippers work perfectly. Since losing weight several years ago, this has hung in a closet.

    This coat is designed to cut down the bitter cold. If you have any outside work to do this winter, or if you just want to stay warm during any outdoor activity, this is the coat you want.

    Features:
    • 12-oz. cotton duck sanded and brushed for softness
    • Quilted lining with Arctic-weight poly insulation
    • Two-way front zipper with Velcro storm flap
    • Triple-stitched main seams
    • Pleated bi-swing back
    • Corduroy-trimmed collar with hidden snaps for optional hood (not included)
    • Rib-knit storm cuffs
    • Two chest pockets with Velcro closures
    • Two large lower-front pockets
    • Two inner pockets, one zips closed, the other has Velcro closures
    • Inner drawstring for a snug fit
    Made in the USA. Tagged size large. Remember, Carhartt encourages layering.

    Chest: 26"
    Shoulders: 22"
    Sleeve from shoulder seam: 24"
    Length from bottom of collar: 30"

    Carhartt no longer makes this product in the USA. Current retail price starts at $129. Here's an opportunity to purchase a slightly used one at a fraction of the retail cost.

    Asking price $55, includes CONUS shipping.

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  2. Gamma68

    Gamma68 One Too Many

    Messages:
    1,878
    Location:
    Detroit, MI
    Going to eBay if not claimed by Sunday.
     
  3. Woodtroll

    Woodtroll Practically Family

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    Location:
    Mtns. of SW Virginia
    That's a great price, wish I could wear it. Anyone that's a size L is missing a great deal on a great coat!
     
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