Cheyenne

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Cheyenne

5 out of 5 (Based on 50 reviews)
$74.99 — $84.99
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Description

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Our best-selling canvas work jacket is the heritage of our brand.  The Cheyenne is better than your average work jacket; it’s proof of how materials, craftsmanship, and innovative details can make a classic workwear style a hell of a lot better. We have a strong aversion to stiffness around here—that’s why the Cheyenne is engineered with a worn-in hand-feel from day one. Built from our sturdy 12 oz. Boulder Cloth™ canvas that is washed and peached, the Cheyenne is durable and comfortable. The elbows are pleated and roomy, designed for movement. We furnished it with heavy duty zippers and draw strings that are equipped to handle years of use. The Cheyenne defines rugged comfort, making it the toughest of its kind. We could go on and on, but we figure you’ll want to try it for yourself.

Details

  • 12 oz., 100% cotton Boulder Cloth™ canvas with diamond-quilted brushed tricot lined body and hood
  • 3 oz. polyfill insulation
  • Rib knit cuffs and waistband with 6 rows of spandex for superior memory retention
  • Three-piece hood
  • Cotton braided drawcords
  • Inside cell phone and patch pocket with snap closure
  • Articulated elbows
  • Heavy-duty, YKK zipper with easy-grab zipper pull
  • Imported

Features

Boulder Cloth™
Boulder Cloth™
Triple Needle Stitching
Triple Needle Stitching
Heavy Duty Zipper
Heavy Duty Zipper

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Cheyenne jacket

5/5
Very satisfied. This jacket was not stiff but ready to wear. The size was exactly as advertised. The zipper is very substantial.
Posted by Nevin, Jun 22nd 2020

Cheyenne

5/5
I love this jacket! I bought the XS for my nephew and he loves the jacket.
Posted by Amy, Jun 12th 2020

WORK COAT

5/5
Surfing the net found this great coat ...Scarfed it up .....Money well spent ..Fits perfect.... Solid Quality ....Made several purchases with Dri Duck Zero Complaints!
Posted by Daryl Harris , Jun 2nd 2020

Cheyenne Jacket

5/5
Very durable canvas material, the fit is very good. Two side pockets are large, including the inside pockets. Very happy with this jacket. Would highly recommend it.
Posted by Rich A, May 18th 2020

Cheyenne coat

5/5
I love this coat. Always had Carhartt until 5 or 6 years ago and received one (Cheyenne from DRI-DUCK) where I work. After wearing it out I bought another. Outstanding quality and feels more comfortable than any other coat I have had.
Posted by Mike Handley, Apr 10th 2020

Cheyenne coat

5/5
This is one of the best coats I've ever owned. My carhartt coat is ok but really stiff. My driduck coat is great in the winter. Very happy customer.
Posted by Barney Dahl , Mar 6th 2020

Cheyenne

5/5
I dont write reviews .but very happy with this jacket .great quality thick material .very warm .highly recommended. And great customer service
Posted by Andres , Feb 28th 2020

Cheyenne

5/5
Excellent jacket, fits well and keeps me warm!
Posted by Eric Morse, Feb 27th 2020

One of the best jackets I have ever owned.

5/5
Minnesota Subzero weather conditions are of little concern. at -5* the jacket kept me warm with only a long sleeve shirt underneath. The fit is great, don't pick a size up from your real size, the fitment is correct. Motion and movement are mostly unhindered. At times the jacket can feel bulky, but the relaxed fit make up for it with a clean range of movement. This jacket is heavy, feels very sturdy. The weak point of the jacket is the zipper, very cold weather lets a little bit of the cold through, but not enough to lose your heat. I rather the little cold than to have an annoying flap that gets in the way of zipping up the jacket. The only other trade-off is when reaching upwards. The jacket will pull up and scrunch around your belly, but again, this is better than having an open draft below the jacket. This jacket blocks out the cold soo much better than any other jacket I have owned, that you feel as if your torso is in an entirely different climate than your legs.
Posted by Michael Deyo, Jan 16th 2020