I don’t do much snowmobiling. Or for that matter, I don’t drive a snow cat, I’m not a ice road trucker and I don’t chase after the world’s most deadliest catch.
But if I did, I wouldn’t be caught out there in the elements without Carhartt Extremes — Carhartt’s top-of-the-line clothing when it comes to extreme, cold weather protection.
Carhartt Extremes are made with 1000 denier Cordura nylon. Cordura Classic fabric features enhanced tear and abrasion resistance, exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, and long-lasting durability as well as being water repellent. Cordura has been around for over 30 years and has a proven record of performance in the world’s toughest environments.
The Extremes line also features Carhartt’s warmest, arctic-weight, 100% quilted nylon insulation. Teamed up with the Cordura exterior, the Extremes are a force of nature when the wind is blowing and the temps hit single digits.
This ruggedly built line of work clothing includes the C55 Coat, the J133 Hooded Active Jacket, the R33 Biberalls and the X06 Coveralls. There is also the optional Extremes hood, the A113, that snaps onto the coat and coveralls.
All are triple stitched, water repellent and designed for the coldest conditions.
|The Coat is equipped with 6 pockets, a split back and pleated elbows for easy movement. Rib-knit, storm cuffed sleeves and interior waist drawcord keep the wind out.|
|The Active Jacket has a built in hood, ribbed cuffs and waist, and four pockets.|
|For the most coverage, the X06 Coveralls are the solution. All the features of the Extreme line are there , in addition to double knees and ankle-to-waist, two-way leg zippers with protective wind flaps and snap closures. Exterior chest pockets zip shut for security.|
|For a little less coverage and more flexibility, the R33 Biberalls give you zip-to-hip convenience, a higher chest than typical overalls, double knees with bottom cleanouts, chest and hand pockets.|
No other line of clothing has Carhartt Extremes’ weather beating properties. When it’s cold, think Carhartt. When it’s extremely cold, think Carhartt Extremes.