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Hoggs Caithness Polar Fleece Workshirt

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Caithness Tartan Fleece Shacket (Shirt/Jacket)

Superior winter Polar Fleece from the famous Hoggs of Fife brand

Shrug off the cold with our new Caithness Fleece Jacket, featuring deep pile Sherpa Fleece on the inside and a classic tartan Polar fleece outer

Front fastens with reliable full length zip (no studs or buttons)

Two button flap secured chest pockets

Two handy hip pockets

Durable, but surprisingly light and not bulky or restrictive of movement

Sleeves are quilt lined with hardwearing polyester quilting for warmth
that doesn't compromise movement and ease of getting off and on

This great Hoggs jacket is suitable for a wide range of outdoor activities, 
both leisure and work

in sizes Small to XXXL

In a classic Navy/Grey tartan plaid

180 gsm Polyester Anti-pill Polar Fleece with 100% Polyester Sherpa fleece lining for exceptional warmth

Hoggs Size Chart

Size Medium Large Extra Large XX-Large XXX-Large
Chest 38" / 40" 41"/43" 44" / 46" 47" / 49" 50" / 51"
Neck 15" / 15.5" 16"/16.5" 17" / 17.5" 18" / 18.5" 19" / 19.5"
Length 30" 31" 32" 33" 34"

Machine washable at 30° C


Hoggs of Fife Caithness Fleece Shacket is great looking men's long fleece lined practical work shirt/jacket 

  • 180gsm Polyester Anti-pill Polar Fleece with 100% Polyester Sherpa fleece lining for exceptional warmth
  • Lined sleeves
  • Full length front zip
  • Velcro adjustable cuffs
  • Extra long sizing for warmth at and below waist level
  • 2 x large breast pockets with secure velcro flaps
  • 2 x jetted side pockets
  • Hem vented at both side seams for ease of movement & wearer comfort

     Benefits of Fleece Clothing

    Exceptional warmth - retains heat, insulates



    Exceptionally soft, comfortable against the skin

    Non absorbent - won't become soaked with sweat

    Superior thermal performance compared to bulkier alternatives