With the warm embrace of summer heading our way, the transition from heavy, protective garments to that of more lackadaisical attire is already in full swing. While it’s become a sad reality for our favorite jackets, sweaters, and long-sleeved compatriots, it’s always smart to keep a capable “backup” around — a quota easily filled by Taylor Stitch’s new Bushland Shirt Jacket.
The adaptable garment might just be one of the brand’s most versatile garments, exemplifying a piece of outerwear that can be worn for everything from traditional commutes and overland endeavors to coffee breaks. In typical Taylor Stitch fashion, the implementation of durable ripstop-woven nylon fabric, an insulating layer, and waterproof, two-way YKK zipper enclosure give the wearer adequate protection against the elements, while vintage-style hunting pockets and a curved hem bring tasteful design choices to the mid-weight hybrid. With the Bushland, resistance, texture, and durability are key — providing wearers with a great looking (and responsibly sourced) garment that will last for years to come. You can preorder the jacket now for $138.