600D 7-in-1 With Reversible T-MAX Liner Jacket


600D 7-in-1 With Reversible T-MAX Liner Jacket

Description / What it’s For

Finding the right clothing for the job is simple with this multi-function, 7-in-1 jacket. Full of comfort features, it has a reversible T-MAX liner that provides maximum insulation while regulating your temperature. The rugged denier polyester fabric stays flexible even in cold and wet conditions so you can focus on the task, not your clothes. Its coated with polyurethane to repel water, and is lined with polyester tricot and taffeta to keep you warm and dry. Two hoods mean you stay warm when you need to or just wear the lightweight concealed hood when you’re working hard. Loads of handy pockets offer plenty of room to stow anything you need close by. The Tech Pocket can easily carry your MP3 player, cell phone or PDA so you can stay plugged in to important calls, or your favourite tunes. It has elastic sleeve cuffs to keep drafts out, bungee cord toggle adjusters at the waist and a drop back hem for extra protection on the back. The hardest thing about this innovative coat is deciding which way you want to wear it.

Style: I8E429, I8E419

Features / How it works


    Polyurethane coated for water repellence

    Our lightest, warmest insulation

    Main hood: 3-piece hood for improved fit, polyester tricot-lined for comfort with centre bungee cord adjusters; zips off when not needed. Concealed hood: Lightweight polyester hood zips into collar when not needed. Can be worn with main hood for extra warmth

    Brushed polyester tricot-lined body and polyester taffeta lined sleeves for comfort and moisture wicking

    2-Way underarm zipper vents with vent openings lined in polyester taffeta and mesh

    D-ring with carabineer on right chest; 2 vertical zipper-close chest pockets; 2 lower front zipper-close pockets; zip-close pocket on right sleeve with Velcro® close flap; tech pocket with vertical zipper and cord pull inside left chest for transporting CD players, MP3 players, cell phones or PDAs

    Shell only
    Liner only, solar fleece side facing out, sleeves on
    Liner only, rip stop polyester side facing out, sleeves on
    Liner only, solar fleece side facing out, sleeves off
    Liner only, rip stop polyester side facing out, sleeves off
    Shell and liner together, sleeves on liner
    Shell and liner together, sleeves off liner

    Machine wash and dry
600D 7-in-1 With Reversible T-MAX Liner Jacket is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Warm, versatile, heavy, sleeves pull out The jacket is certainly versatile, though I don't know how often I'll take it apart to use the different versions. It seems very warm so far, which also means it is heavy. If you need warm, get the jacket. If you don't really need warm, get something lighter. My only complaint about the jacket is the little ties that hold together the sleeves of the inner and outer layers are small and weak and one of them was already broken when I first took the jacket apart, so now if I don't hold the inner sleeve when I take the jacket off I pull the inner sleeve out. A minor annoyance, but one I hope they correct in future jackets.
Date published: 2017-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 years and it is just now fading... I bought this jacket 4 yrs ago, it was the only work jacket that looked semi good, because women's work jackets at Marks are made for nurses, housewives and other such traditional women's work, I had to buy a men's jacket as I am a heavy equipment Operator. This jacket has lasted me 4 years! 4 years of farm chores, labour, operating! It has been caught on barb wire, ran over, chewed, etc and the only issues I have are the zipper sewing and the Velcro ( please remove it!) I am going to buy this jacket again if it comes to my town store.
Date published: 2017-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super warm shell I bought this jacket a month ago. The shell by itself is super warm. It's even warmer than Canada goose jacket !!
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good fit and quality I was pleased with the jacket, will wear it as a shell and vest separately, was looking mostly for a durable lightweight fall jacket and this fits the bill. Arrived in less than a week. I am a 2XLT and ordered a 3X as there were not talls and it fits very well.
Date published: 2016-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile and warm Love this jacket. Have not seen any quality issues mentioned previously so far as everything seems to be sewn well after a very thorough inspection. Jacket is warm and comfortable, but especially like the flexibility to wear in the configuration that is best suited for the current weather, whether as a fall/spring jacket, vest, or a winter parka. I especially like all the pockets.
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from VERY WARM!!! Purchased in November 2014 in Canada, Ontario, Waterloo for $165. We experienced one of the coldest winters on record and thank God I had this jacket! This jacket is also excellent for wind blocking. My cons: both upper and lower front pockets should be deeper; my wrists were exposed. The Velcro stitching is poor; see picture. The cloth attached to the zipper breaks easily; see picture. My pros: this jacket keeps you warm; it prevents your body heat from escaping. Excellent wind blockage! A lot of pockets. Would I purchased this jacket again? It would really depend on what else was offered. But the stitching quality is definitely poor; I only wore it for four months, approximately, and the stitching is coming apart.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Warm it is, with TONS of pockets Be aware that this jacket looks better on the site here than it actually does...not sure why the photo makes it look shinny grey-ish, but it is fully black. Good news is that it does have TONS of pockets. Perfect for outdoor work like shoveling snow. That D-ring is a great idea. Jacket is VERY warm. I wore the liner by itself at -22 this week and never felt threatened by the weather. Really like the modular design...the liner vest by itself looks really nice. The only weak point is the construct of the collar .... a bit below par.
Date published: 2014-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value I purchased this Parka-Jacket-Vest-Coat, or whatever this thing is suppose to be today on sale for $115. It was $184 regular price with the $40 off sale, plus the store had another 20% off. Geez, a brand name hoodie is going to cost near that much. This is an amazing deal if it lasts more than 2 years. Although it's hasn't been cold enough to actually put it to a good test, It sure feels like this jacket will perform well during our cold Alberta winters. If I counted correctly, this thing has 17 pockets in all. I'm definitely going to think I lost something. Lots of vent zippers for cooling down if it gets a bit too warm and lots of options for wearing the shell and liner combinations. If this transformer of a jacket lives up to what Mark's is saying, this could be a hidden gem. They don't come around often, but it sure is satisfying when you find one. I'll check back in the spring and update this review after a full winter. Please post reviews on all of your purchases wherever you make them. It helps everyone purchase quality products at a fair price and helps people from getting ripped off.
Date published: 2014-11-08
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