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3 of the best Carhartt jackets for women


Whether fall is just around the corner or the winter gusts are in full swing, we know how vital it is to reach for a good jacket. It is so crucial to find the perfect jacket that can withstand whatever the weather throws at us — for goodness sake we are farmers and ranchers, we can’t let the weather slow us down. We gathered up a few favorites from the long list of Carhartt jackets for women:

$149.95 — Full Swing Cryder Jacket

The folks at Carhartt pulled out all the stops for their Full Swing line. “Full Swing was developed with insight from our Carhartt Crew, a group of hardworking folks who wear our gear on the job day in and day out and let us know what they really think. All Full Swing gear is built broken-in to help you move like you mean it 24/7 and features stretch across the shoulders, arms that move free without the jacket riding up, and bigger bend in the elbows.” This jacket is sure to move every way you do on the farm.

Jacket includes:

  • Durable, heavyweight 8.5-ounce 59% cotton / 39% polyester / 2% spandex Quick Duck canvas; 80 gram 3M Thinsulate Insulation
  • Quick Duck weighs less but is ounce-for-ounce as tough as our legendary sandstone duck; Rain Defender durable water repellent keeps you dry and moving in light rain and wet weather
  • Built to move with Rugged Flex stretch technology

Promising review: I got this coat two years ago, and every fall/winter I’ve worn it almost every single day. No matter the weather; rain, snow, sleet, wind, you name it and it withstands it. It has held up so well, and I am so grateful I purchased it.

$79.99 — Smithville Jacket

Lightweight and durable, this women’s jacket keeps you comfortable through the transitional months. It’s made of ripstop fabric, with enough stretch for you to move around easily. The two-way zipper is good for long hours behind the wheel, and the long length gives you coverage while jumping on or off a tractor.

Jacket includes:

  • 6-ounce, 64% cotton / 36% polyester ripstop
  • Built to move with Rugged Flex stretch technology
  • Carhartt-strong, triple-stitched main seams
  • Full two-way zip front with button storm flap
  • Interior drawcord on waistband for an adjustable fit
  • Snap-adjustable cuffs
  • Two chest pockets with a pen stall and utility pocket
  • Two bellowed lower-front flap pockets with snap closure
  • Two side-entry pockets and two inner pockets

Promising review: Highly recommend. Have worn it every single day since I received it. I work outside and needed something with water repellent qualities. But I find myself reaching for it when not at work. I’m a bit of a fashionista, and this fits the bill.

$199.99 — Shoreline Jacket

This women’s jacket not only keeps you dry in heavy rain, it’s also breathable, versatile, and equipped with plenty of pockets. Weighing in at 4.8 ounces, this lightweight layer has thumb-hole cuffs that can be tucked into the sleeves. It features zip pockets, flap pockets, and inner pockets for all farm essentials.

Jacket includes:

  • 4.8-ounce, 100% nylon
  • 100% polyester mesh lining in body for breathability; 100% nylon sleeve lining for easy on-and-off
  • Storm Defender waterproof, breathable technology stops water from getting in but lets sweat get out
  • Fully taped waterproof seams
  • Detachable three-piece hood with drawcord and barrel-lock adjusters
  • Full two-way zip front with snap-button storm placket
  • Two front pockets with zip closures
  • Two lower-front flap pockets with side zip entry
  • Two inner pockets

Promising review: I cannot say enough great things about this coat. It surprised me with pockets, durability, comfort, and warmth. This coat blocked high winds, rain, snow, whatever. It keeps me warm without overheating.


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