Taylor Stitch Bomber Jacket

Apr 11, 2017

Category: Style

Spring is a weird, albeit great time of year. In the afternoon it can be balmy and in the 70s, but come evening or early morning? You’re plunged right back into cold weather. One of the best ways to stay prepared is by keeping something like Taylor Stitch’s Bomber Jacket at the ready.

Instead of going for a nylon build and synthetic fill, the San Francisco based clothing brand teamed up with Halley Stevenson, the 100+ year old U.K. waxed fabrics supplier for a special 8-ounce dry waxed fabric. The choice of this fabric allowed the brand to stay faithful to the original cut of the old school bomber jacket while still finding a way to give it their own spin. Made in California, the jacket features antique brass YKK two way zippers and snap buttons up the front, as well as a natural weather resistance. You can pick one up for your own springtime adventures starting at $140.

Purchase: $140

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