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If you're outside and you can't be in camo, be in Carhartt!

You don’t have be the kind of woman who lets winter chase you away from your favorite outdoor activities! Not only can you stay incredibly warm, but you can also be super stylish in this Carhartt Women’s Sherpa Lined Sierra Jacket in Black, style number WJ141BLK. When temperatures start to fall, all you need to do is grab this 12-ounce 100% cotton sandstone duck jacket, lined with incredibly soft and warm insulating Sherpa wool. The jacket features an attached sherpa-lined hood. Inside this jacket, winter will seem a million miles away, and whether you’re gathering wood for the fireplace, feeding the horses, or making a snowman with your kids in the front yard, you’ll feel protected from the elements inside this jacket.

If you can't be in camo, try Carhartt, says The WON's publisher, Barb Baird. Here she is in a Carhartt jacket, like the one featured here, with Carhartt overalls, Carhartt cap and Woody Max Muck Boots. Photo by Jason Baird.

Carhartt is the number one name in tough, but it’s not just for men anymore. This jacket was designed for a woman’s body, with stylish and attractive features like princess seams in the back for better fit and a built-in bi-swing for easy movement. Added protection from the cold comes from interior rib-knit storm cuffs and a dropped tail for better coverage. With two inside pockets and sturdy zipper front, this jacket will help you make winter fun again.

Check out Hanks Clothing for this jacket: $89.99 with free shipping. Click here.

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2 Comments
  • Women's Outdoor News says: November 5, 2010 at 7:31 am

    Terry,
    I wear it all the time … it affords a sweater or sweatshirt under it, and runs true to size so that you don’t have to buy a larger one in order to layer. And, after a few hours, like all Carhartt stuff does, it just seems to have melted into your body shape and works with you … as you can tell, I had a big trailer to load behind me! Thanks for popping in here at The WON. I KNOW you have your finger on the weak pulse of the women’s gear and apparel market these days over at your blog.

  • Terry Scoville says: November 4, 2010 at 10:40 pm

    Great coat Barb, it’s on my Christmas wish list. I am thrilled that Carhart is making their tough as nails, hard working clothing for us women now.

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