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Cartograph Jacket I028824 Black
Cartograph Jacket I028824 Black
The Carhartt WIP Cartograph Jacket revamps the classic worker's jacket with a pure 8.7oz cotton twill construction. The midweight worker's jacket features a cotton poplin lining for easy throw on and added warmth. Full two-way zip at the front with standard point collars. Carhartt embroidered graphics are located at the back and front chest for a tasteful aesthetic. Additional details include button plackets at the hem and cuffs for an adjustable fit.
Embroidered Carhartt graphics at front/ back
Button plackets at bottom hem/ cuffs
Simple point collar
Two-way zip at front
100% cotton twill, 8.7oz
Cotton poplin lining
Sizes (cm) Back Length Chest Width Shoulder Width Sleeve Length S M L XL
All The Discounted Items are Final Sale. No Refund or Exchange on All Sales Items.
All The Launch Products are Final Sale. No Refund or Exchange.
No Refund. Returns or exchanges may be done within 7 days from purchase date. We kindly ask that all valid returns must be in unworn condition with attached tags and packaging. Capsule will not accept any returned merchandise without prior written communication and valid return authorization number. Upon inspection and approval, exchange or store credit will be provided, no refunds. All sale items and discounted merchandise are final sale and cannot be returned. In the case of an exchange for a different size or item, the customer will be required to pay a re-shipping fee.
We accept returns for store credit. As stated, returns are solely the responsibility of the customer and must be made with a 7-10 business day time frame from the date of delivery. If you have ordered any product from Capsule that is valued over $150 CAD, Capsule will cover the initial shipping costs as a courtesy for you. However, should you return the product within the 7-10 business day period for store credit, Capsule holds the right to deduct the value of the courtesy shipping fee from your store credit amount. The courtesy shipping fee value varies depending on where the item was shipped. For example, if you spent over $150 CAD and return the item for store credit from a Canadian address, $10 plus HST will be deducted from the full store credit/refund value.
If you did not spend over $150 and wish to return the item, you will not be deducted the courtesy fee from your store credit/refund amount as you have already paid for the shipping initially.
Sequential orders are often indicative of bot activity, and will be subject to a 25% restocking fee. Orders placed thru Proxy servers are indicative of bot activity, and will be subject to a 25% restocking fee. Any cancelled orders or refused shipments will be subject to a 25% restocking fee, in addition to any shipping charges associated with the shipment.
Note: The Launch Product Is Not Eligible for Free Shipping. Shipping and Handling Fee for ON $15CAD, Other Provinces $25CAD
Canada - Expedited Shipping (2 - 6 business days)
Order Amount Shipping Cost $0.00 - $149.99 $10 CAD $150 + FREE* (Some Restrictions may apply. Some Launch Product is Not Eligible for Free Shipping)
*Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon. Shipping Cost is $25.
United States - DHL (2 - 4 Business Days)
Order Amount Shipping Cost $0 and Up $30CAD
International - DHL Express (3 - 6 Business Days)
Order Amount Shipping Cost $0.00 - $149.99 $45 CAD $150 - $449.99 $55 CAD $450 and up $65 CAD
Carhartt WIP first found its place in Europe as a passion project of one Swiss gentleman, Edwin Faeh, who began importing, customizing, and selling Carhartt's workwear clothing during the mid 1990s. Carhartt's original pieces were typically worn by individuals working in heavy duty industries such as construction, farming, ranching, even railroad work sites during the early 1900s. Faeh's customized approach to the brand grew into a widespread demand for genuine workwear clothes with functionality and a tailored fit all across Europe. Years later, Carhartt WIP has furthered its parent company's success by establishing hundreds of accounts all over the globe and collaborating with renowned streetwear brands, artists, professional skateboarders, and musicians. Overall, Carhartt WIP has successfully maintained Carhartt's original American workwear aesthetics, catered to the demand of stylish technical clothing, and continued to release a full line of garments year round.