by Stephen Garner

Carhartt and Hurley have launched the final installment of its four-season collaboration. The winter collection spotlights new pieces that continue to capture the essence of both “Motor City” and “Surf City”.

No item in the collection echoes those sentiments better than the Phantom Defender Jacket, a fully waterproof, seam-sealed, heavy-duty jacket built to #OutworkTheWater in any and all conditions. An entirely new silhouette for both Carhartt and Hurley, the jacket pockets offer a brushed interior for hand warmth, while Polyurethane coated zippers stand up to the wettest of conditions. A 2-way zipper, Velcro adjustable wrist cuffs, adjustable drawstrings at the waist and hood, and an adjustable fishtail hem allows for a truly customizable fit.

Other men’s styles in the collection include a vest jacket, pullover sweatshirts, tees, and beanies. The women’s line features a new rendition of Carhartt’s B01 pants along with a variety of shirts, both short-sleeve and long-sleeve.

“We couldn’t be prouder of the hard-working, quality gear that has resulted from this collaboration,” said Alex Guerrero, senior vice president and general manager of global product at Carhartt. “Each piece was purposely built to help consumers #OutworkTheWater and the final drop of this capsule collaboration is no exception.”

“Partnering with Carhartt was a truly remarkable experience that we believe helped bring the best out of both illustrious brands,” added Ryan Hurley, creative director at Hurley. “We were able to accentuate the qualities that have made our brands great for decades and believe that our #OutworkTheWater apparel has established itself as a force to be reckoned with in the outerwear space.”