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On Sunday your calendar says you’re volunteering at the fall bake sale. The Carhartt Sandstone Active Jacket’s flannel liner will help you stay warm without overdoing it. Monday, you’ll be winterizing the lawnmower and making sure the snow blower still starts. The jacket’s rib-knit cuffs and bottom will help seal in warm air while you fiddle with removing the blade and dig around in the shed for the blower. Wednesday, your friend needs help moving some furniture (good thing the jacket’s triple-stitched seams hold up to lots of wear and tear). Friday night is little Johnny’s football game, so feel free to pop up the Sandstone’s hood when the sun goes down. And on Saturday, maybe you and your jacket can steal some time to walk in the woods and enjoy the fall colors.

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I purchased one of these for my mother-in-law to replace her old jacket after the debacle last New Year's Eve... Needless to say, roman candles, PBR, and a little imagination make for a great time/ run faster than you've ever ran. Well after this optimum present, all has been forgotten, and we could finally throw the charred jacket in the trash. All in all, I pretty much did her a favor by upgrading the crummy old jacket with a bomber Carhartt that can hold up to just about anything, but you probably shouldn't put it up to the roman candle test... for wellbeing's sake.

Are you getting another shipment of jackets...

Are you getting another shipment of jackets in anytime soon?

Hey Katey, we should be receiving a few of these mid-september