Taylor Stitch Reyes Jacket

Feb 2, 2018

Category: Style

San Francisco-based apparel brand Taylor Stitch announced their newest rain jacket with a simple video. It featured of co-founder Michael Armenta standing in the Marin Headlands, near the cliffs at Stinson Beach, and finally on a foggy city street. Despite the video being no more than 6 seconds long, it got the idea across – the new Reyes Jacket is built for anything and everything.

Made from a breathable, water resistant 6.5-ounce four-way stretch fabric with taped seams and stormproof zippers, this jacket manages to keep you dry during heavy rains – but won’t overheat when the clouds part. In addition to the jacket’s dynamic performance, it also boasts two different stylings; with the hood up, or with a crisp collar (the hood can be zipped into the jacket’s hidden zipper back pocket). For us, this is the jacket’s biggest strength. There are a lot of breathable and waterproof layers out there – but we’re pretty sure they don’t look anywhere as nice as this one.

Purchase: $278

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