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This is THAT coat - the one you find yourself reaching for the minute you feel a chill in the air. The 26 oz. 100% virgin wool is durable and warm. The six pockets are utterly convenient. And the five-button front offers flexibility for layering. A Stormy Kromer essential.
Sewing the extra buttons in an obscure place on the coat would be very helpful to keep track of them. Nice garment. Somewhat water repellant. On the coldest days of a Michigan winter, something underneath like an ultra light weight down jacket or sweater is needed. Really like the BIG collar; fasten the top button, turn up the collar and receive excellent protection from cold wind. Looks great. It makes for a striking image to wear the red and black.
I own 2 of these coats and the are top notch. Are they a stand alone cold weather winter jacket……no. But that’s why in my opinion they are made “Generous Cut” . So that you can layer with it. The coat then becomes multi-season. I layer with a warm hoodie in the middle of these UP winters and stay toasty warm! I am constantly in the woods and don’t baby this jacket either! Its durable! A plus it’s also good looking too! 100% Yooper approved.
Beautifully made. However it’s not as heavy as it looks on internet. It’s more of a mid season not a winter jacket. Latest dip into the 20s end of March I could test it out. Good thing I got it big enough to put some layers on underneath. But very well made like all sk stuff. If you want a heavy wool coat like yer dad or grandpas old wool rich from 1970s it ain’t it but you can layer up cause this one will last just as long!!
Love the coat unfortunatley the generous sizing is too generous for me. At 5'-5" and a 150 lbs, a medium was just too big. My other medium Kromer vests, shirts and jacket fit well.
Beautiful coat very warm and quality stitching highly recommended!!
I have worn the same Mackinac coat for 10 years and I just love it. I put the coat on layaway at a local shop while I picked up extra shifts so to pay for it( I was 18 at the time). Since then It has been my primary winter coat including winter camping and rabbit hunting. It has seen a lot of miles and hard use but still looks nearly new, except most of the buttons have fallen off in just the last two years. It works great as a stand alone in mild to moderate winter and is great for layering in extreme conditions(proper layering is the only way to go in extremes not one coat to rule them all). The neck is rather open so a scarf is necessary on windy days but the thick fabric holds out the wind in all other areas. The only complaint I ever had was the sleeves were too short but I got over it. I just bought a new one in red plaid, size large tall, and the sleeves are a good length and dang does it look good.
Great value for the money. Several years ago I notices a gentleman wearing this coat and I commented on his nice coat. He asked if I was familiar with Stormy Kromer, I said, yes, I have a Stormy Kromer shirt jacket from the Ruffed Grouse Society. I finally ordered this coat in green. It is very well made, (in the USA) and a great addition to my wardrobe. The high collar is effective and stylish. Buy this coat, you will not be disappointed!
Excellent jacket good for cool days and nights. It doesn't have a lining but it sure is soft and the thickness is perfect for those days or nights that are chilly and you're wearing a t-shirt or shirt. Need it warmer, get a sweater on and it will layer nicely. The photo doesn't give the colors justice. They are vibrant and wonderfully vintage like. Woolrich used to make and sell a coat like this back in the '50's and '60's but discontinued it. It has a wonderful look and feel to it. Ward Cleaver would have loved the damned thing.
I purchased my Mackinaw jacket back when it came in men’s jacket sizes (mine is a 44 and olive) and would estimate that it is 7 years old. I have received countless (guessing 100) compliments on it over the years and wear it daily throughout the winter season. Last week I was told that I looked dapper in it! I've always washed in the washing machine with Woolite on the 15 minute hand wash cycle and air dried on a hanger. The colors haven't ever faded. Over the years I've had to re-sew a few buttons on, but that's expected. I can guarantee you that the day this jacket needs to be retired, I will be ordering another Mackinaw from Stormy Kromer. Amazing quality and customer service! Support products made in the USA!