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Softshell Work Jacket

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OVER TWO YEARS IN DEVELOPMENT


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Customer Reviews

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  • 3-Layer 10k/10k Waterproof Breathable membrane with DWR Finish
  • Fleece Lined
  • Mil Spec -YKK Aquaguard Vislon Zippers
  • 30D Nylon lined cuffs and hood brim
  • Articulated Arms
  • Gusseted underarm so your waist doesn’t pull up when you are swinging a hammer, climbing a ladder or doing overhead work
  • 500D Cordura Re-inforced elbow
  • Left Side outer Chest Pocket
  • Oversized hand pockets
  • Slight drop tail

  • Mechanical Stretch Polyester
  • 10,000mm Waterproof/10,000mm Breathable
  • Coated 500D Cordura reinforced knees
  • Durable Water Repellent Finish
  • Proven Workwear Fabric
  • Excellent Abrasion Resistance
    We take pride that our products are hand crafted right here in the USA. As such, we stand behind the quality and workmanship of our products. 1620 Workwear, Inc. warrants its products to the original owner against defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the product. Our warranty does not cover any damage caused by neglect, improper care, accident, or normal wear and tear. If your product fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship, we will repair or replace it, at our discretion.

OVER TWO YEARS IN DEVELOPMENT



Customer Reviews

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J.t.
Very nice

It would be a great coat for above 0 Temps but seems to be more of a good spring jacket. Also would like bigger zippers on the side pockets and the inside bottom stitched to utilize that as a pocket. Size up if you plan to wear a sweatshirt underneath because it is more of a fitted jacket. Very nice well made overall! I'm happy with it!

I'm 5'9" 185 with broad shoulders and a large fits like it was tailored to me.

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Buck Brandow
Worth it.

Awesome jacket. Fits well. I'm 5'4" , 150 and I bought the medium. Layers well with a sweatshirt.

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Shawn Dunleavy
Great work jacket

Great jacket. It’s not Fairbanks Alaska in January rated but certainly suitable for Pennsylvania winters. It’s not bulky so it’s designed to let you move while working.
I’m 5’11” and 198lbs and the XL is perfect with a thick flannel or light hoodie under it along with base layers.

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Tim
New work jacket

The new work jacket is nice, I’m 5’10” and 205lbs and xl fits perfect, it’s durable and keeps the wind and water out. Love it along with the other stuff of yours. Only complaint I could have is sew the pockets to the hem so could have extra pockets on inside of jacket. And possibly different zippers to keep wind out. Overall this is an awesome jacket. Thank you

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Cloud
F@&$in Nailed it !!!!

I’ve waiting so long for a company to put all the elements that would make my work life better into jacket that wouldn’t wear out. Once I started with 1620 years ago I knew it would just be a matter of time until they would birth their own war child. It was worth the wait, like everyone else I’ve been through classic bulky heavy workwear companies thur expensive climbing/ snowboard companies that never held up.

I’m 6’ @ 250lbs, normally an XL in the hoodies and shirt jackets, but sized up to fit a puffy under this for really cold days. So take that as you will

Reinforcements, are in the perfect spots, weight is so light and after using the vest I’m sure the liner is bomb proof.

Finally words, you’re worth it. You work outside in the winter you need it, you’ll work longer/ happier and have more focus when you’re warm and dry and mobile. When It comes to price, well ya there is other cheaper options but at 1620 you’ll be paying for premium materials, craft and AMERICAN LABOR ( with life time guarantee). That’s what you want when hire a contractor to build for you so why not for when you’re building. So don’t be that client that complains about the price, “ Good work anit cheap and cheap work ain’t good” invest in yourself and your fellow blue collar community