Field Khaki


4 out of 5 (Based on 4 reviews)
$84.99 — $94.99 List Price
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This rugged, hooded work coat is made from our Boulder Cloth™ canvas to be exceptionally durable and warm. It’s fully lined, and equipped with storm cuff sleeves that hug your glove to avoid cold air reaching your wrist. The drop tail hem is cut long enough to keep you covered as you bend and lift. Interior pockets provide a safe place to store your valuables. Built for longer hours in colder weather, the Terrain proves to be a working man’s ideal winter coat.


  • 12 oz., 100% cotton Boulder Cloth™ canvas with nylon-quilted lining and 3 oz. polyfill insulation
  • Ribbed storm cuff for protection from the elements
  • Inside pockets
  • Drop tail
  • Articulated elbows
  • Articulated elbows
  • Three-piece hood designed to contour for a comfortable fit
  • Triple needle stitching to reinforce high-stress seams
  • Heavy-duty, YKK metal zipper with easy-grab zipper pull
  • Imported


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


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Terrain Jacket

Love the style and fit of the Jacket but the hand pocket liner is terrible cheap material, A mans hand stick to that like Velcro. It ruins the jacket
Posted by Mike Stumm, Dec 3rd 2019

Absolutely love it!

The weather here in Kansas City has been all over the place. Got this coat last week, and it has worked wonders. I have it in 2X and it fits like a dream. They’re calling for more snow, and rain starting in another week. So I’ll definitely be able to put it through the paces then.
Posted by Jonathan Coleman, Feb 24th 2019

All Terrain Jacket

My son loves it.
Posted by Angela , Nov 7th 2017

It’s a good quality product by DRI DUCK

Arrived a day after expected but in time to test the jacket in the cold weather. It's a good quality product by Dri Duck. It keeps the wind out and keeps you warm.
Posted by Jose, Dec 20th 2016