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The Mackinaw Coat


Our ultra-durable, 26 oz., virgin-wool coat protects you from the elements while wrapping you in the warmth of over 100 years of hand-stitched heritage.



- 26 oz. 100% virgin wool.
- Unlined.
- Generous cut.
- Made in the USA with globally sourced materials.
- Dry clean only.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating

4.3 out of 5 stars

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  • Friday, January 16, 2015

    The perfect winter garment? Well, it keeps you warm, and looking great, wether you are out chopping and stacking firewood or taking your girl out for a nice meal in town. Classic, timeless style. Top tier construction. The best part, it keeps getting better with age. Mine is going on five years, looks and wears better now than ever. How many items of clothing do you have that the kids will argue over when your gone? Yep, I'd say it's the perfect winter garment.

  • Monday, December 29, 2014

    Just got my Mackinaw coat for Christmas. I have worn it three times so far and has kept me warm and comfortable (temps. have been in the 40's, time will tell how it does in colder weather) . It is of good quality and a nice, thick wool. I got the red/black which I think gives it a more rustic look. My wife (whom got me the coat) really likes the styling and appearance of it as well. I am 5'10" and weigh about 190 with an athletic build and was not sure about what size to order. I measured my chest and it was 42.5" so I ordered a 42 because the description indicates that the coat is a generous cut. With a T-shirt only the coat is a little big which is fine. I wore a T shirt with another shirt over it yesterday and the coat fit perfectly. I tried the coat on wearing a sweatshirt and could still move around with ease. The shoulders sit right where they are supposed to. The arms are just a little too long but I attribute this to my build as I have this same issue with a number of other coats. I really like the button down styling as opposed to a zipper. Looking forward to years of wear.

  • Wednesday, December 17, 2014

    The quality of this coat is very good and it is made in the US heartland-a real plus. The fit is generous and allows for layering which is needed when temps fall below 30 degrees F. I did expect it to be warmer worn alone being 26 oz. fabric but layering is better anyway so it's not a big deal to me. The pockets are functional. I am satisfied with this coat and do recommend it.

  • Wednesday, December 10, 2014

    I am very happy with this coat. I have worn it over a long sleeve t-shirt down to about 35 degrees comfortably. With a sweater or thermal layer it's been effective down to 20 degrees and wind is not a concern. The fit is very good, slightly large, but that's good to allow an extra layer (I wear a 50 long suit coat and the Mackinaw coat in 50 tall is just right with a sweater). The durability is strong, I've primarily worn this in the grouse woods and, although this season resulted in a pair of torn rain pants, this coat is unscarred. I have 2 small complaints. 1) the sleeves for the tall were about an inch and a half too long, but tha has happened once before t me when buying a different coat and was fixed for about $20 at a local tailor. 2) one of the buttons was not well sewn on and had to be re-sewn after about 10 uses.

  • Friday, February 14, 2014

    I got this great jacket with the zip in vest for Christmas of '12. This is a great jacket/vest combo. I have tested this jacket in our recent -20 degree windchill and found my self quite comfortable. The Stormy Kromer cap tops off my whole gitup of the classic red/black checkered pattern. I love the U.P. and this is just another reason why. USA made by the best people on the Earth! Thanks Guys! -Poppy

  • Friday, February 7, 2014

    I am a college student in Sault Ste. Marie Mi. This fall I purchased the Mackinac coat from a local retailer and I had to work a lot of extra shifts to pay for it, but it was worth every penny! The 100% wool is soft and has kept me warm in wind chill factors below -30 degrees! It simply does not let the wind through (except at the collar but a scarf takes care of that) So far this has been one nasty winter but with a light layer underneath my Mackinac has done more than keep me warm it keeps me comfortable during weeks of below zero temperatures. As a stand alone jacket its warm to below freezing. With layers underneath you will be warm in almost any weather. This will be the last winter jacket you will ever need. -Trustfull Marksmen

  • Friday, January 10, 2014

    I've always been a fan of wool hunting coats, the classical look and feel beats all in my opinion. I bought the this Mackinaw coat last year and I love it, I love the feel, the weight, and the warmth, and I love how it's made in my own State of Michigan. However, when I review and judge the overall product I bought, I, like many, like to compare it to other products in the same league it in. As many who have looked at other Mackinaw wool coats, many know that the company of Filson makes a classical Wool Mackinaw cruiser, which has existed long before Stormy Kromer started making it's coat line. I was given a Filson Mackinaw cruiser years ago, and judging it to the Stormy Kromer, both are the same in my opinion in quality and warmth (though I heard Filson now makes their coat 2oz lighter than used & than this Kromer jacket, which isn't great). The pros of the Stormy are the more warmth compare to new Filsons are the bigger buttons which are easier to un-do than the Filson's, the pocket buttons compare to the Filson's snap-in buttons which get accidentally un-do easily, the exterior front pocket design and the four slide in pockets the Kromer has, and obviously the cheaper price. The cons are that the Kromer lacks the back carry pocket the Filson has, the lack of interior pockets like the FIlson has, and the Kromer has cheap poor-quality buttons. If Kromer included some of these features on this coat, it would superior to the Filson, however I can make do with those features and I believe for the overall package, this coat is better than the Filson's, though it could improve. -Dave

  • Saturday, January 4, 2014

    I think for the amount this coat costs, it should be a lot warmer. I live in NYC, where the winters are not as cold as some other reviewers. I find once the temperature hits the mid 30's, I need to wear a thermal sweatshirt under it. Below 20, I need to switch to a different jacket altogether. I am rather disappointed overall. -AA

  • Friday, December 6, 2013

    I purchased this coat for hunting and am pleased with the quality, but am very disappointed that the zip in liner was discontinued. Outside of that I am looking forward to some years of heavy use out of this coat. -Little_Cornball

  • Saturday, February 2, 2013

    Got the Mackinaw in Olive a few years ago for Christmas, with the zip in vest. I am 6'7" and 280lbs, and the tall fits me perfectly. I love this coat, and on the extra cold days, the zip-in helps me to stay warm. I am just a little disappointed that the wool is imported. Very happy that they construct them right here in Michigan, though. -Pvt. Joker

  • Sunday, December 23, 2012

    I've wanted the Mackinaw Jacket for years . With 5 Kids it just didn't happen. This year my Kids bought me one for Christmas. Its everything I thought it would be. Man do I love my Kids.My birthdays in January I wonder if they'll get me the hat. -Bull dog



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