Tundra tested, Carhartt's down Kalkaska jacket is constructed of tough 4.25-ounce, 100% nylon canvas with a durable water repellent finish. For warmth in winter conditions, it features nylon lining quilted with 550-fill down. To protect against the wind, the front zipper is built with an inner storm flap plus an outer storm flap with a snap closure. The two lower-front pockets with snap closures are insulated for warmth, inner-sleeve rib-knit storm cuffs help seal in body heat, and a drop tail adds coverage. The jacket also includes a left-chest interior security pocket with a media port to the inner garment, allowing users to string headphone wires from media players or smart phones. The main seams are triple-stitched for added strength, Carhartt style.
The Carhartt Men's Kalkaska Down Jacket offers puffy warmth from your chin to your cheeks due to a zip-up collar and a drop tail in back. The important seams are triple-stitched together so you can rough-house all winter long without worrying that your jacket will leave you in the cold. The 550-fill down puffs you up to block the chill of winter, and horizontal baffles hold the feathers in place for all-around warm. A DWR coating helps repel light drizzle or icicle drips. Two hand pockets give your paws a warm resting place, and a media port from the internal pocket means your tunes stay warm and your ears stay filled with the sounds of music, if that's what you want to call it.