Taylor Stitch The Montara Jacket

Jun 22, 2018

Category: Style

The Harrington Jacket is a timeless piece of garb that complemented the swagger of many iconic stars from yesteryear, including Elvis Presely, James Dean and Steve McQueen. Taylor Stitch decided to do their own take on the legendary jacket, and they do not disappoint.

Looking very similar to the popular jacket for the trendsetters of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, The Montara Jacket has some nice additions, like a custom interior surf print, Cotton Corduroy collar and a light, durable Cotton/nylon shell. Focusing on the finer details, this fully lined jacket is built with Raglan sleeve construction, two lower hand warmer pockets with snap flaps, a single interior pocket with snap closure, adjustable snap cuffs and an antique brass two-way separating zipper. This everyday jacket design is forever fashionable and is truly built for the long haul. In purchasing this jacket, you’ll be participating in a crowd funding campaign where the item will be delivered when seasonally appropriate.

Purchase: $180

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