With colder weather practically the norm these days, Levi’s looked to team up with sustainable surf / eco-friendly apparel brand Outerknown to release this handsome take on the traditional trucker jacket. Dubbed the Sherpa Trucker, there’s little left up to interpretation here thanks to Outerknown’s transparent production processes in conjunction with Levi’s proprietary technology.
Besides its stylish outer appearances complete with an insanely warm sherpa lining, polyester build, and plastic snap buttons, what really makes this jacket special is that the fabric uses 70 percent less water than tradition denim. The piece is also sewn in a factory that invests in its workers’ well being and features Levi’s iconic Wellthread construction for maximum durability over the years to come. Users will find the Trucker’s chest and hand pockets quite practical, as well as its snap closure and included dust bag convenient when traveling through unpredictable climates. A perfect example of both sustainability and function in the realm of men’s outerwear. Available now.
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