Taking on that mountain of snow at the end of the driveway has become the goal of the day. You throw on your Carhartt Insulated Shoreline Jacket and head to the shed to grab your shovel. You stuff your gloves in the Shoreline's big pockets as you unlock the shed. You toss the lock in your inside zip pocket for safe keeping so you don't lose it in the snow. With the Shoreline's flexible seam system, you're able to move freely, so shoveling the snow stays the only task, instead of also wrestling your coat. By the time you finish up the pile, little white flakes are beginning to fall again, but then roll right off your waterproof jacket instead of melting into it. You sigh and decide to hang up the shovel for the night. You've already accepted the same fate for tomorrow.
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