Men’s Mid-weight Carhartt Jackets

Even if the weather is still a bit chilly in your part of the country, spring is certainly on its way. With the weather getting warmer, a mid-weight jacket is the perfect way to stay warm when you need to, but avoid overheating when you’re working outdoors. Construction Gear has a terrific selection of men’s mid-weight jackets from Carhartt, one of the most trusted and popular brands of work clothes for men and women.

The Men’s Sandstone Ridge Coat from Carhartt is a great option for men looking for a mid-weight jacket that will still keep you warm on chilly days. This coat feels comfortable and broken in from the start and gives you full range of motion. It’s also durable, made from 12-ounce heavyweight, 100% cotton sandstone duck to ensure that it will hold up to whatever kind of work you do on your job. The jacket also features triple stitched main seams for added toughness. The plush Sherpa lining throughout the torso of the jacket and quilted nylon lining in the sleeves will keep you warm on those chilly spring mornings. Best of all,this jacket has some style with a full zip front and brown collar. Order this jacket in army green, black, camel, dark brown, deep blue, frontier brown or mushroom in sizes small through 4XL (tall lengths also available) for only $109.99!

The Men’s Sandstone Duck Detroit Jacket from Carhartt is another great mid-weight jacket option. This jacket offers the same design as Carhartt’s original Detroit jacket, but without all the stiffness, with the difference being in the fabric. The jacket is durable, however, made from 12-ounce, 100% cotton sandstone duck with triple-stitched main seams. The jacket will keep you warm on chilly days with a blanket lining through the torso and quilted lining in the sleeves. The pleated bi-swing back design enhances movement and there are plenty of pockets to store anything you need. This jacket is available in a variety of colors in sizes small through 5XL (tall lengths available) for only $79.99.

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