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Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined

Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined

$129.99 - $139.99


Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Extreme conditions call for a coat as ruggedly built as our Extremes coat. Water repellent, it's made of 1000-denier Cordura nylon.


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Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Extreme conditions call for a coat as ruggedly built as our Extremes coat. Water repellent, it's made of 1000-denier Cordura nylon with a nylon lining quilted to arctic-weight polyester insulation. The corduroy collar features under-collar snaps.

1000-denier Cordura nylon, heavyweight

Arctic-weight polyester insulation

Water repellent

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Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT
 
4.7

(based on 50 reviews)

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Bombproof

I got this jacket in the winter of 2002 when i was living in Philadelphia. This jacket is the best. You can wear it with just a t-shirt and long sleeve shirt, and...Read complete review

I got this jacket in the winter of 2002 when i was living in Philadelphia. This jacket is the best. You can wear it with just a t-shirt and long sleeve shirt, and stay comfortably warm. The two inside pockets are great for a large bi-fold wallet on one side, and mail, tri-folded papers, and pens on the other. The large outer pockets are bottomless (9"wide by 12" tall with a cutout opening, with no closure- but i've never had anything fall out) you can fit a folded in half sheet of paper, gloves, earmuffs or knit hat and anything else you can think of. Even though the outer pockets aren't insulated, they can block the wind on a cold day and still keep your bare hands warm. The other day i lost my car keys in there with my gloves and other stuff, and didnt even hear them jingling around. There are 2 smaller outer pockets (5"x5") on top of the larger ones good for small pieces of paper or an ID and credit card. Carhartt's level of care is unbeatable. Four years after owning it i had a problem with the zipper. I emailed Carhartt, they emailed me a postage paid UPS label, and I dropped it off at a local ship center. They replaced the zipper and shipped it back to me within 7 business days. Nine years later and still going strong. The cordoroy collar has faded a little with my washings, but the cordura hasn't faded any.(cold wash and hang dry). My only regret is not researching further and buying a tall size (the store where purchased only carried regular sizes). At 6'3", 180 lbs, the Large size I purchased would be better in Tall with a little extra length in the sleeves.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

C-55 Warm Coat 12/11/2010

The coat keeps me warm, the fabric can take abuse, the pockets are large and the hood keeps me warm. The Velcro of the hood simplifies securing the hood for warmth. I spend...Read complete review

The coat keeps me warm, the fabric can take abuse, the pockets are large and the hood keeps me warm. The Velcro of the hood simplifies securing the hood for warmth. I spend a lot of time out in the cold. I bought the coat in New York 1/2/2008. I hope Carhartt has improved it. Last year, 2009 the cord that goes around the waste to keep the cold out, tore apart. My work around was to thread a new nylon cord into the cord passage. I realized the hard nylon could damage the fabric so I used the plastic locking mechanisms on the cord to hold the waist in a tight position. I wish i had thought to do that in the first place. Today 12/11/2010 the puller on the zip came off. I was able to replace it with a heavy duty paper clip which I bound in tape. I hope there are no more surprises. I still like the product because the outer fabric is so very durable. I don't expect I could find better even at a much higher price.

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3.0

Not what the name implies

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from Bloomington, IL, USA

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

I bought this coat 13 months ago, so I'm on my second winter with it. The coat runs a bit large, but acceptable. Anything smaller, could be too small. Pockets are plentiful for my needs. It isn't, however, what I would consider to be warm. A short 20 minute walk in 20 degree weather, can be too long with a brisk wind. The insulation layer is really quite thin. Wind blows right through it. It has been a real disappointment! Not at all what I expected.

 
5.0

Now Looking Forward to Winter!!!!!!!!!!!

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from Alabama, USA

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

Don't know how I made it 61 years Without One!!!! OK, so I spent my Career in an Office, But Spending a Lot of Time Outdoors since Retirement <-- Will be Spending a Lot More Time Outside Now!!!! Thanks!

 
4.0

Warm, but needs a little help.

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from New York

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

Overall, this is a very nice coat. The quality is excellent (as it is with most Carhartt products), and it is indeed somewhat water-resistant. I bought one last year, and purchased a second one - which should tell you what a nice product I think this is. The only complaint I have about this coat is with the zipper: the zipper is quite large and robust (as you'd expect it to be on a rugged coat like this), yet the zipper handle is a bit small and, moreover, its attachment to the zipper is strikingly thin. I am concerned that this will break with time, especially since it takes a reasonable amount of force to open and close the zipper. The one other comment I'd make about this coat is that the ballistic lining by nature isnt very warm. Wear this jacket by itself in the freezing cold and you'll feel much of the cold. Wear a sweatshirt or sweater underneath it and this coat will keep you remarkably warm. For any jacket to be warm, it should have a lining that traps air against your body, such as fleece. Ballistic lining is durable and easy to put on over other layers of clothing, but doesn't do much to trap air. It needs one more layer of cloth beneath it to keep you warm. It is also worth noting that the cordura outer is a rather stiff material - much more so when the jacket is new - that does soften up a bit with time. Otherwise, this is probably the nicest coat I've ever owned.

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5.0

Appalachian Winters

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from Boone, NC, USA

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

I bought this style jacket with hood about 20? years ago from a store that carried a great line of Carhartt wear in Newland NC. Winters can be cold, snowy and damp in the Appalachians, I would take this jacket to Pluto. Awesome construction with a heavy duty zipper. I've 'grown' since then and plan to find a larger size of the same jacket, even with years of woods work and many memorable winter seasons it still looks great with no frays, tears or breaks. Thanks! Carhartt.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Extremly Dissapointed

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from Iqaluit, NU, Canada

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

Overall this coat is excellent. Great fit,durable,good looking. But NOT warm enough for northern Canadian winters. I have to wear another jacket underneath just to stay slightly warm, and the cold hasn't even hit yet. Its only -25c here and I'm cold. I guess i will have to look for a winter work coat somewhere else. Great coat if the temps stay above freezing. Maybe a name change would help buyers... call it" kind of extreme sub arctic fall coat."

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4.0

fit

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from Visalia, CA, USA

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

To large and bulky did not come with hood ,too heavy for my size.

 
5.0

Best coat I've ever bought!

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from Enfield, CT, USA

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

Yes this jacket is very windproof, yes this jacket is very water repellent, yes the durability of this jacket is excellent, yes this jacket is very warm. I love this jacket, I love the fact that it has a dual zipper. you can zip it from the bottom up and also there's a second zipper so you can pull up from the bottom and open it up so it makes it a lot more comfortable to wear the jacket while sitting at the same time. It's not winter yet but I have worn it outside when I've considered it cold and it's kept me very warm, I really bought it for ice fishing, if I have any complaints I will update my review.

 
5.0

Important piece of the puzzel

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from Sioux Falls, SD

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

This is a great compliment to the Paxton Hooded ZIP Mock Pullover. Sometimes I need a Neck Gaiter on the cold South Dakota plains, but that's to keep even more snow out. Combo this C55 with a DECENT base layer and the Paxton & you will be burning up.

 
5.0

Best winter coat for Great Lakes sailors!

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from The Great Lakes

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

The Carhartt Arctic outwear is the only thing that allows me to be warm during the harsh Great lakes winters while working in freezing temperatures and water spraying and freezing to the coat. I have had these coats covered in ice and or soaking wet on the outside while I stayed warm on the inside. I layer with tight knit polyester as a base layer then the Carhartt Arctic as an outer layer and I can handle any weather down to -30 degrees with wind. These coats also last over 8 years before repetitive working conditions finally wear through the heavy outer fabric and I still remain warm even with holes in the outer layers of the sleeves. The holes are from my abuse to the clothing not a manufacturing defect. These coats are bomb proof and a must for anyone facing cold harsh winters. I'm also a native Floridian meaning that I get cold when the weather drops below 70 degrees and this clothing allows me so survive the winters in warmth. Just dress with good thermals and and get the Arctic bibs to cover your lower half so you stay warm when it drops below 20 degrees.

 
1.0

One of the coldest coat I have ever owned

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from Toledo, OH, USA

Comments about Carhartt Men's Extremes Coat Arctic Lined - Black XLT:

I purchased a carhartt C55 jacket and am very impressed with the overall quality and and choice of materials used in the coat, but it is far from the warmest jacket I have ever owned and could not recommend this product to friends and family for one reason, the jacket only zips up to my neck line leaving my neck exposed to the elements making the jacket not as worm as jackets that I have had that have zipped past my neck line to my chin. Overall after owning and wearing the jacket for a couple of weeks I find it inadequate for a winter in northern Ohio and can only assume one would freeze to death if they wore it to the Arctic as the name of the jacket suggests.

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