Am ambitious weekend requires a jacket that’s up to the task. Like Taylor Stitch’s Commuter Jacket.
Cycling in the morning. Brunch. Museum. Nap. Beers. Dinner. Drinks. Hiking under the moon.
One jacket to rule them all, with its high-performance specs and striking good looks.
To the former.
You want performance? You want dry skin under rainy skies? Leave it to the breathable 8.5-oz. 100% MerinoPerform™ WP. The trademark means they’re serious about their fabric, which earns its stripes fighting wind and wet from super-high-density-thread fabric.
High density means fewer spaces for things we don’t like (chill, gloom, precipitation) to get inside.
A back vent amps up air flow, while back tails keep you modest when biking or bending.
A reflective detail keeps you visible in the dark.
So, yeah: It gets the job done.
Now on to the reward: This is a good-looking jacket.
If your ride keeps you out late, no need to swap it out for something more formal: The clean, crisp lines and Harrington style means it’s suitable for non-athletic activities.
(“Harrington” is just a fancy way to say windbreaker, for the record.)
We all could use a go-to jacket. This is the one that’ll do its job — and then make you look good.
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