By David Kitchenham Thursday, 16th March 2023 0 Comments New Carhartt Vest Design Perfect for Spring We can expect the days to be getting warmer in the next couple of months, but you can never truly trust the British weather. Working on a site means you always must be prepared for the worst. Just look at the last few weeks of weather we have had! Luckily, brands such as Carhartt understand this and Carhartt′s Rain Defender® relaxed fit lightweight insulated vest (102286) has got you covered. Carhartt have been releasing some amazing items and with their new presence in Europe, their range is becoming even more available. This vest is designed for those slightly warmer Spring days, when showers are still waiting to happen, and temperatures can drop unexpectedly. With a high-quality design that allows water to bead-up and roll off it, a sturdy three stitch main seem, and a lightweight finish, makes this vest offer you protection from the elements and weather conditions. The vest’s durable sleeveless Cordura® fabric shell is lined with smooth nylon and is great for layering up – its lightweight design means it sits well beneath heavier coats in very cold weather. Wind Fighter® technology tames the wind and keeps you warm right to the core of your body. There is plenty of storage space too. The left chest pocket has a zip and is ideal for keeping valuables safe, while two lower front pockets feature a hidden snap closure and are ideal for keeping your tools close to hand. Inside the vest, there are two further pockets, one with a zip, and the other with a hook and loop closure. Expect a perfect fit too: the drop tail and draw cord adjustable hem means you can adjust the jacket so it’s just right for you. Cut slightly loose for a comfortable fit while you work hard, the vest is available in black, Carhartt Brown, Navy and Shadow. You can shop the Carhartt range here on the ToolKit Website. Post navigation Previous Post Fergus is supporting trades all over the UK Next Post Selco Launch Women’s Forum David Kitchenham Tool loving geek and tech head from PAL Media. Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.