By Logan Mahan / March 15, 2019

Taylor Stitch’s ‘Last Call’ Sale Features Every Layer a Man Could Dream Of

Taylor Stitch’s ‘Last Call’ Sale Features Every Layer a Man Could Dream Of

SF atelier Taylor Stitch is known for quality construction, a crowdfunded “workshop” that produces new designs only once they earn customer approval, and a reliance on sustainable materials and methods. And right now, that sustainability extends to your wallet — the company is currently having their last call sale that slashes prices by up to 50% on a range of fleece jackets, 100% cotton double-stitched button downs, waterproof suede boots and more.

That means last call on this Jack shirt, which features a trim fit, button-down collar and rounded chest transformed by double-brushed, 100% cotton, which creates an insanely soft and worn-in feel straight out of the box.

Buy It Here: $125 $99

Or this blackwatch plaid jacket, which is hemmed like a shirt but plenty warm thanks to a sturdy, 13-0z. wool-polyester blend. Note the two-way zipper and large-format map pockets at the hips.

BUY IT HERE: $238 $149

We’re also fans of this merino-wool Rangely sweater, a lightweight option for spring with ribbed collar and cuffs and a natty Nordic pattern.

BUY IT HERE: $168 $119

But hurry, because sizes and quantities are going fast — when they say last call, they mean it.

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