Rated 5 out of 5 by DrGecko A classic
This jacket and wool button-in liner are perfect for year round use. Rugged and stylish. Size L fits my 40" belly fine and even just makes it with the liner in.
April 13, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by GMcKee weird pockets
The fabric and construction are everything I could ask for, but the design has some strange features. It really needs five buttons instead of four. if you leave the top button open, the next one is halfway down your chest.
The pockets are the really poor part of the design. The way that the hand pockets are integrated with the cargo pockets is clever, with the bottom part of the hand pockets forming the flap for the cargo pockets. But it's uncomfortable to put your hands in those pockets, because they're so high up on your chest, rather than down near your waistline. Your wrists end up angled down from your arms, leaving a gap between the pocket and sleeve where cold air gets in. Forget about walking or even standing with your hands in these coat pockets. Other coats in this class have dual-compartment pockets with side entry for your hands, and they work much better.
February 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by AlexWalker Great outdoor coat, very warm
This coat is great for outdoor activities. I wore it while camping in southern Missouri this winter and even used it as a blanket overnight. Like other LLBean gear, you can tell it's made with good materials and they didn't skimp on anything.
February 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by philbeanfan Perfect fit, weight and warmth.
Great fit with a bit of room for a sweater, but doesn't feel "baggy". Length is just right, about mid-thigh, which allows for free movement without exposure to wind and cold. Wore this Field Coat with a down vest underneath comfortably in 17degF weather to clear snow off cars, patio and driveway - perfect warmth and weight. Rugged duck cotton and hefty seams, should last for years and years. The wool/nylon liner is thick,soft and warm. Sleeves contain "polartech" covered with quilted nylon (again, nice and warm). Corduroy collar and cuffs are a nice touch. Surprisingly well-made at this price point. Another solid winner from LL Bean.
January 25, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Susie227 Comfortable and warm
My husband bought this for me for Christmas (so I could help him work on his barn) and got me the Men's Medium. I'm 5'7" and normally wear a Women's size 14, but he liked the look of this better than the Women's barn coat. It fits great and keeps the wind out and the length is perfect.
January 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by beanmeup22 Awesome all around coat!
Bought this for my husband for Christmas. He is 6' and about 210lbs and the extra large fits great. Roomy enough for layering underneath, and still not restricting at all. Nice and warm, yet rugged waterproof material makes this his go to coat. And the olive color (more like army green) looks great. The wool lining can be removed on warmer days. Definitly worth the money!
January 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by CWelch Classic and Spectacular
There is a reason that it has been around so long. Warm, rugged and tough. What else do you need to know? Looks great, too.
December 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by MattinWisconsin Classic LL Bean quality
I recently purchased a Field Coat to replace an identical one I bought more than 10 years ago. The new one is beautifully made and felt great the minute I put it on. Fantastic quality that I know will last -- it's more of an "investment" than a "purchase."
December 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by RyandBaileysNana The best jacket ever!
This is the best jacket, comfortable, durable, warm and washable. What more could you want? I've purchased four in the past, and this Christmas ordered four more.
December 16, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by ColdInMass57 Not the same as the old one
I had an LL Bean field coat that looked just like this one for years. I needed to replace it this year, and thought this was the same coat. This one is lighter weight, so I'm not sure it will get me through single digit temperature winter days. Still a nice coat though.
December 9, 2015