Outerknown’s Sherpa-Lined Trucker Jacket Is Back

If the house was burning down, this is the jacket we'd save

Outerknown Trucker Jacket

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One of the reviews for Outerknown’s Paz Cord Trucker was penned by an extremely satisfied customer named “Ross A.” It reads, simply: “The best. End.”

My thoughts exactly, Ross. I originally bought this jacket in early December of last year, and knew the second I took it out of the box it’d be seeing serious time through late March. It’s a trucker, so you’d normally want something a little heftier for the colder months, but the recycled polyester sherpa lining feels like a big fuzzy blanket, and the exterior wide-wale cord fabric is conducive for layering.

In other words, this jacket makes me very happy, and I want the outside to hurry up and get cold enough so I can wear it nonstop again. True to Outerknown’s ethos, it’s constructed with conscious materials throughout — 55% hemp, 45% organic cotton — that don’t need pesticides or excess water to grow. So you can feel as good as you look. Outerknown just re-released the jacket, in three different colors, and we’d recommend making moves now before sizes start going.

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