Taylor Stitch Seca Jacket

Jul 18, 2017

Category: Style

Inspired by WW-II fighter pilots and named after one of the most famous raceways in the world, the Seca Jacket by Taylor Stitch is a prime example of why classics never die.

The fruit of a collaborative effort between San Francisco-based Taylor Stitch and their nearly century old neighbors, Golden Bear, this jacket is above all else quality made. The exterior is cut from a 3.5 ounce chrome-tanned full grain leather that was drum dyed by hand right in the city. That personal touch shows through. While other leather jackets can come off as run-of-the-mill, this boasts a character that can only be the result of bespoke craft construction. The interior of the jacket is just as impressive. Lined with a combination of wool and polyamide, while the interior sleeves are constructed with a high quality satin acetate that allows for a comfortable fit. And while some might shrink a little on seeing the price of this thing, just remember – leather jackets were cool 100 years ago, and this one will be cool 100 years from now.

Purchase: $875

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