I thought I'd found it on the Carhartt website. Nearly every coat or jacket they make has a cotton shell. But they had one, the J 133 Extremes Arctic-Quilted Active Jac, that was just what I was looking for. (By the way, what's with the long names of simple objects these days? "Active Jac"? Because otherwise I'd take it for, what, a "Passive Jac"?) It had rib-knit waist and cuffs, "arctic-weight" polyester insulation, two outside pockets, and two inside pockets. Best of all, the shell was 1,000-denier Cordura nylon. And it was a deal at $109. I jumped on it.