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Carhartt Men's Lined Rockford Jacket

Item # 737758
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Key Features

  • 4.25 oz., 100% nylon oxford

  • Brushed-fleece lining for comfort

  • Attached hood with draw-cord closure

  • Two chest pockets with flaps & snap closures


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Receive a free $20 gift card with $100 purchase of apparel from Columbia, Carhartt, or Royal Robbins. Can combine purchases to equal $100. Regular-priced merchandise only. Expires 12/25/14.




Our Price   $64.99

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carhartt When the leaves start to change, it's time to reach for this comfortable Lined Rockford Jacket from Carhartt. It's constructed in a rugged 4.25-ounce, 100% nylon oxford and features brushed-fleece lining for comfort. Features an attached hood with an adjustable draw-cord closure, a draw-cord hem, and snap-adjustable cuffs. Convenience is a given with two chest pockets that have flaps and snap closure, a left-chest pocket, two large lower-front pockets, and an inside pocket with hook-and-loop closure. Imported. Style #: 100730.

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