Brand Feature: Carhartt Work in Progress

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With cold weather knocking on our door, we felt it appropriate to highlight Carhartt’s WIP (which stands for Work in Progress) line of winter jackets. Easily making the most well constructed jackets of the season, there is a reason blue collar factory types from Boise to Detroit have been wearing Carhartt for decades. The Bradford Coat (featured, on the left) is made from 100% Panama Cotton and comes complete with Thinsulate® lining while the Detroit Jacket (featured, on the right) is made from Carhartt’s famous 100% ‘Dearborn’ Canvas, water resistant material. Best part is that you don’t have to sacrifice function for style.

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