John Deere Coat: Men's JD35163 BRN Insulated Duck Heavyweight Barn Coat
Every year the same thing happens: winter rolls around and new jackets are on the market. The thing is, many of those coats look nice, but really are the sorts of things you'll need to replace year after year. They can't stand up to the wear and tear of hard work like a John Deere Clothing Men's Brown Duck Insulated Barn Coat JD35163 BRN.
Clothing shouldn't be disposable. Like this John Deere coat, it should be classically made and last for years. John Deere makes quality, durable products. This insulated coat is made of 100% cotton, heavyweight duck that's 93% stronger than standard duck fabric. It also has extra layers of fabric on high-wear areas, like the elbows, giving you extra reinforcement and extending the life of the barn coat.
Knowing that you'll be wearing this heavyweight coat in all sorts of weather--from rain to snow--John Deere loaded it with the features you need. The fabric is treated to be water resistant for the life of the duck coat. The water resistance won't wear or wash off with use and laundering.
Inside, this men's John Deere coat has layers of warmth so you can wear it through the winter. First, the coat is lined with plaid flannel so that it's warm on the inside. This flannel lining is quilted to a warm layer of 3M Thinsulate. Thinsulate is a thin material that's quite warm, so it doesn't bulk up the clothing it insulates.
When it's cold and blustery out, you'll appreciate that this winter coat has close-fitting stormcuffs at the sleeve openings. They help your wrists stay warm and prevent cold air from blowing into the insulated barn coat. The handwarmer pockets on each side of the front zipper are lined to keep your hands warm.
When you invest in a John Deere Men's Brown Heavyweight Duck Insulated Barn Coat JD35163 BRN, you're getting a winter coat that will last for years. Trust the name you know--choose John Deere Clothing and Footwear for all your work needs.
Sizes Available: M, L, XL, 2XL
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