Taylor Stitch Presidio Jacket

Aug 7, 2018

Category: Style

The leather jacket has long been a part of the chosen attire for rebels looking for freedom on the open road. Taylor Stitch, in collaboration with Golden Bear, one of San Francisco’s most iconic apparel brands, gives us a ruggedly elegant take on a classic silhouette.

Golden Bear used custom sewing machines to make sure every detail and trim was perfect for each one of the limited edition Presidio jackets. For the best quality, each handmade jacket is constructed with custom tanned leather that’s been scrupulously cut from a single hide, ensuring that the color and grain are consistent overall. Every part of the cognac-colored leather bomber jacket was put together with the utmost care, including the wool lining, heather grey cuff ribbing, lined sleeves and two lower welt hand-warmer pockets. The sleeves are even lined with 100% acetate, allowing you to easily slide the jacket on, making it as smooth as it looks. Made to last a lifetime of adventures, this jacket is built to age like wine. You can order one now at a pre-sale price.

Purchase: $800

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