Carhartt Down Kalkaska Vest

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It's too warm for a full puffy but too cold to be without some kind of top layer; in other words, a perfect time for the Carhartt Men's Kalkaska Vest. This vest adds light-in-weight, heavy-in-warmth light 550-fill down on top of your flannel to keep your core warm without overheating your arms. The DWR-treated nylon canvas outer stays together through thick and thin thanks to triple-stitched seams. Hand pockets hold your hands or extra cans when you can't take the cooler with you. An internal security pocket has a media port to keep your tune toter dry without forcing you to walk to the beat of an imaginary drum. Keep on keepin' on.


Blizzard ready, our down Kalkaska vest features nylon lining quilted with 550-fill down for all-day warmth. Built of rugged 4.25-ounce, 100% nylon canvas with a durable water repellent finish, the vest includes a front zipper that's protected from the wind with inner and outer storm flaps. The two large lower-front pockets are insulated and feature snap closures, while the left-chest interior security pocket includes a media port to the inner garment, allowing users to string headphone wires from media players or smart phones. A drop tail adds coverage, and the main seams are triple stitched Carhartt style for extra strength. *4.25-ounce, 100% nylon canvas with a durable water repellent finish *550 fill-power down insulation *Built-in media port

- Carhartt

Carhartt Down Kalkaska Vest

previously retailed for:
$111.96 - $139.99

The Carhartt Down Kalkaska Vest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 30, 2014 at

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