Quick Duck? Woodward Traditional Jacket (#100107)
This jacket is extremely comfortable and great in cold weather. I would highly recommend it!
April 18, 2013
Chicago - 6'-1" 190lbs Medium Fits Perfect
I found this jacket at a Carhartt Store in Chicago but they didnt have a Black Medium so I searched and found Dungarees.net and found what I needed. The Medium fits me great (6'-1" 190lbs) and the material is not your typical carhartt Duck, its a lot softer and requires little to no break in.
Perfect for those chicago winters.
January 10, 2013
I like the looks, the warmth, and the weight of this jacket. I have had a lot of compliments on it. It is warm without being heavy.
December 6, 2012
Best Purchase Yet!
I have been scouting this Jacket for a while now. Trying it on in stores and deciding which color and fit would be best for me. At 6'1 and 270 lbs I'm not a small guy but the extra large is perfectly accommodating, comfortable, and stylish. I'm thoroughly impressed by the whole design of this coat from the drop tail in the back to the hidden cuff design on the arms. I plan on wearing this jacket for intense outdoor work at home and as my primary jacket for casual wear and possibly more. There is a certain sensible yet unassuming look to it, its not too excessive as far as unneeded design but its not as rugged of a look as my Carhartt active jacket either. It is the warmest option and feels amazing on. Two more features to boast about aside from the super warm lining, include the sensation you get when you put your hands in the front pockets for the first time, they are lined with a very soft and warm fabric that is comforting to the touch and also there is a headphone lacing outlet from the top left pocket to the inside of the jacket that allows for safe and waterproof music enjoyment. I can't wait to test the durability of this waterproof duck jacket! I bought it in the Canyon Brown but I am considering the other colors as well, especially the green! The thick stand-up collar is also a selling point as it shields the neck from the cold without need for a bulky hood. I would definitely recomend this triple stitched quality coat to a friend looking for the best option. That said, I've owned coats that have costed 5-6 times this amount that pale in comparison, this is the coat for me now! I look forward to doing chores in this as well as going to a concert on friday in it. Form and Function, all in one!
November 5, 2012
Love This Jacket
I travel a lot, I have tested this jacket in Norfolk, VA during January and Washington State during March. Cold and wet, this jacket survived outstandingly well. I would not expect it to handle temps below freezing but throw a hoody underneath and life is good. Light and durable...excellent jacket.
March 22, 2013
Pretty good coat
It's really tough to tell from the pictures exactly what's going on with the sleeves on this thing, but there are normal ribbed elastic cuffs inside the weird angled cuts. It's quite warm without bulky padding, small amounts of water bead up and roll off pretty well, and it's very comfortable--though the zippers on the front pockets are, in my opinion, a bad idea as they cut right into your wrists, thereby subtracting a bit from the comfort.
The "media port" is of unfortunately limited usefulness. It feeds into the front breast pocket rather than the front hand pocket, where you're not going to be able to operate the controls of whatever you put in there without taking it out. Neat idea, but the implementation is just not that practical.
They decided to glue some weird, giant white brick of text on one of the inside pockets explaining what "Quick Duck" is that cannot be removed, and there's also a screen printed logo on the sleeve that is similarly permanent. I really don't see the point of either and would strongly prefer that they not be there.
"Made in Bangladesh" if that's something that bothers you, but the construction seems quite good. Overall, I like it quite a bit.
January 6, 2013
It is like this:
I am an average guy, i.e. 5'10" 195. My shoulders are a little bigger, but all the jackets do not fit right in the chest. I wonder which manikins the company use to size jackets. There is no real practicality to the jackets I ordered. I would say big and bulky. I like a jacket that fits, is practical and useful in the field. I mean on an airport field, with wind and rain. The jackets do not "fit" the bill. Too bad,
December 30, 2012