Taylor Stitch Hackney Jacket

Apr 26, 2018

Category: Style

If anyone knows about the need for good, thin layers for keeping out water and wind it’s Taylor Stitch. Based in San Francisco, the brand has plenty of experience with combating damp, foggy weather. That’s why we’re looking forward to the release of their new Hackney Jacket.

Made from a 100% recycled nylon fabric, the shell is not only fast drying, fully breathable, and totally water repellent, but it’s eco-friendly, too. But the Hackney jacket isn’t all just function and no form. The layer boasts a handsome, slim cut to it along with hardware from YKK, gunmetal snaps along the pockets, and a three piece hood with a metal-tipped drawcord. Whether you’re looking for something to wear during cool summer nights or for when wet weather crops up unexpectedly – this is a great pick.

Purchase: $138

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