Walls Outdoor Rockwall Coat

Wall Jacket

This is a new company to Tools in Action, called Walls Workwear.  I have never heard of them until we received a couple of these jackets.  We were on Periscope when we opened the package at Dan’s and that is when I found out they were sold at Walmart.  A Periscoper told us they sell Wall jackets at Walmart.  My first instinct was to step back and have a negative opinion of them.  Not that I don’t shop at Walmart, but I don’t associate tough work wear with Walmart.  Then I picked up and put on the jacket and I can say I was very surprised.  As an FYI, these Wall jackets can’t be bought a Walmart.  I wish you could because I would grab another one.

The jacket is definitely a heavy duty jacket.  The quality seems to be great.  Not a thick or cheap jacket, but a jacket that seems like it would keep you warm and take the abuse of a job site or outdoor activities.  The jacket is a 10 oz. brushed duck cloth with 75% cotton, 20% polyester and 5% Kevlar.  Yes, Kevlar.  I was going to shoot Dan and see how well the Kevlar would hold up, but for some reason he was against it.  I told him Kevlar was 5 times stronger than steel, but that still didn’t convince him.  The finish on the jacket gives it a water repellent feature to help stay dry.  The cuffs have a hidden elastic to help keep the chill away from your arms.  The outside of the jacket has 6 total pockets where four are zippered and two are button.  The inside of the jacket has two pockets, one zippered and one open.  On the inside, I love that they have a camo (real tree) design.

Don’t let the fact that this is sold at Walmart fool you.  The jacket seems high quality and is extremely comfortable.  If you’re looking for a warm, durable jacket that won’t break the bank, check out Walls Outdoor Goods.  They have lots of Camo products, which I love.  Camo is my adult candy.

5 COMMENTS

  1. I might have to check these jackets out, they look pretty good and I’m looking for a jacket of that nature, thanks for letting the crew know about this!!
    #TIACREW

  2. I suggest you spend some time at your local Farm & Fleet. Around Chicago you have them in Rockford, Montgomery, Ottawa and Kankakee. Walls has been the “Poor mans Carhartt” for many years. I always liked the brand because many of their coats use the smooth diamond quilted linings in the arms. It doesn’t stick to your shirt sleeves like the fleece linings when taking the coat on and off. I have one of their coats that is over 30 years old and it gets worn every spring and fall.

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