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Carhartt Detroit Jacket (EJ001)

Ex VAT: £66.63

Brand: Carhartt
Product Code: EJ001
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An absolute classic Carhartt jacket made from 100% ring-spun Cotton Duck. 

This style is being updated ever-so slightly and the new version will be available in Carhartt Brown and Black during the Summer 2019.

Cut in a shorter length than the Chore Coat so that users can wear it with a tool belt, this jacket was introduced over 40 years ago and today remains one of Carhartt's most popular styles.  It was named Detroit Jacket in the late 1980s in honour of the company's first location.

Worn by the likes of Johnny Depp, Matthew McConaughey and Robert Pattinson, this fabulous jacket features:-

  • Inside welt pocket
  • Snap adjustable waist and cuffs
  • Bi-swing back, for greater range of movement
  • Corduroy top collar
  • Triple stitched main seams
  • Can be worn with an optional hood (A217)

Fabric: 12oz / 340g firm-hand 100% ring-spun cotton duck
Blanket lining in body
Quilted nylon lining in sleeves

We recommend ordering a size smaller than you would do normally, but please refer to the chart below for exact measurements.

EJ001 Measurements* Small Medium Large XLarge
A: across shoulders 18 19 20 21
B: across chest 21 23 25 27
C: length 29 30 30 31
D: sleeve length 25 26 26 27

*Measurements are approximate and of the jackets laid out flat and are in inches.  The image above is a visual guide showing where we have taken these measurements.  Carhartt Workwear is built for ease of movement and are sized for the American market. If you are unsure of your size, please compare these measurements with an existing  garment to save inconvenience and disappointment of having to return it.


Matthew McConaughey
Matthew McConaughey starring in Interstellar

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