Let’s face it, 2020 has been a year to forget for most of us but there’s some good to be had from the tail-end of it with all our favourite brands putting out their end of year sales. Taylor Stitch have one of the best (and biggest savings) Year End Sales we’ve seen so make sure that you don’t miss out on some awesome menswear bargains as we head into 2021 and wave goodbye to the woeful last 12 months.
Check out our pick of 6 of the best deals from Taylor Stitch’s Year End Sale below:
The Mendocino Peacoat in Navy Wool – Was $798 Now $638
First class materials and craftsmanship take this new take on Taylor Stitch’s hallowed Mendocino Peacoat well above more run-of-the-mill winter wear. The Taylor Stitch Mendocino Peacoat in Navy Wool (Now $638) boasts a luxe, heavyweight British wool finish which delivers a bold first impression, while closer inspection reveals a slew of thoughtful and distinctive details.
Lined hand-warmer pockets, stunning leather accents, and custom-made genuine horn buttons round out what is sure to become a cold-weather favourite of your winter wardrobe line up. Be sure to pick the right colour – this will be your go-to peacoat for many years to come. Move fast as it is available in very limited quantities. (Now $638)
The Brother Moto Heavy Bag Henley in Forever Mild – Was $68 Now $48
This limited edition collaborative edition of Taylor Stitch’s signature Heavy Bag Henley (Now $48) boasts an excellent graphic extolling one of the central tenets of the San Francisco brand’s pals at Brother Moto: Forever Mild. Rolling with the punches, taking the road as it comes, and enjoying the ride. Wild Forever, Forever Mild—whatever your mantra is, make it count.
Making use of upcycled and recycled yarns, which are shredded and respun, this blend is 100% waterless and emits only trace amounts of CO2. Hint: This henley would take about 1,200 gallons of water to make by conventional means. Needless to say, we’d rather see all that water used for something important – like brewing coffee or making beer.
The Jack Shirt in Brushed Grey Plaid – Was $125 Now $87.50
When push comes to shove, The Jack Shirt from Taylor Stitch (Now $87.50) may be the most indispensable shirt on the brand’s roster. Regardless of the occasion, no matter the season, you’ll never regret reaching for this signature button down. It has a tailored cut and some classic good looks which make sure it won’t stick out like a sore thumb when those business/casual lines get blurry, and the impeccable craftsmanship means it won’t end up falling apart in six months (or, for that matter, six years). This handsome plaid finish is the ideal addition to any autumn / winter ensemble.
The 6-oz 100% organic cotton has been heavily brushed inside and out for a soft, cozy texture that is about as comfortable as it gets. Perfect for layering with heavier gear in harsher conditions and, as per Taylor Stitch tradition, this cotton is organic, which means it’s easy on the environment and does not rely on the use of harmful chemicals to flourish. (Now $87.50)
The Camp Pant in Charcoal Corduroy – Was $128 Now $103
We’ve always had a soft spot for corduroy here at Coolector HQ and you’ll not find many better examples of it than these ace looking Taylor Stitch Camp Pants in Charcoal (Now $103). It’s hard to beat that killer texture but it takes some know-how to keep it from looking like a relic of a bygone era. Luckily, the Taylor Stitch Camp Pant silhouette is timeless, and courtesy of some robust construction (including bar tack reinforcements at stress points), you won’t have to worry about your pair breaking down before they’ve reached their peak.
Most corduroy needs a bit of love to be honest – not to mention dry cleaning for upkeep but this 11-oz 100% organic cotton cord can take a beating (and a machine wash) without batting an eye. Garment washed for a soft, lived-in feel, and accented with signature details like SF map print pocketing and YKK hardware, The Camp Pant will serve as the ideal ally well into next year.
The Moto Boot in Chocolate Pebble Grain – Was $348 Now $278
A sleek cap toe boot, which has been cut from sturdy pebble grain leather and mounted on a Goodyear-welted Vibram® sole, the Moto Boot from Taylor Stitch (now $278) will be your go-to footwear for years to come. Handcrafted in León, Mexico, the Moto Boot boasts total durability, a rugged double-leather cap toe, and an effortless break-in. Taylor Stitch opted for a contrast natural welt (the light strip of leather above the sole) which draws the eye from the cap toe and up through the exposed eyelets to the leg; the result is a classic Moto Boot that looks fantastic on or off a motorbike.
These brilliant boots are cut from a rugged 4-oz pebble grain leather, and it’s made using the same triple needle lockstitch construction you’d find on top-quality workwear. Both the aesthetics and texture of the leather are second to none, and courtesy of its natural suppleness, you won’t need to fret about an uncomfortable break-in period. Each pair is mounted on a resoleable Goodyear-welted sole (with storm-welt construction to keep water out) and finished off with a thin Vibram® lug for comfort and traction, The Moto Boot shows no sign of slowing down. (Now $278)
The Bomber Jacket in Field Tan Wax Canvas – Was $268 Now $214
The Bomber Jacket in Field Tan Wax Canvas from Taylor Stitch (Now $214) completely transcends its military origins. It has persisted through more than half a century’s worth of evolving trends and tastes to become a mainstay on the style landscape. Along with some help with Taylor Stitch’s buddies at Halley Stevensons, who lent their weatherproofing prowess to the project, they are pleased to present a fresh take on this timeless silhouette. Pro tip: this Field Tan finish looks especially epic when it is paired with a well-loved pair of denim jeans and some classic leather boots.
Fans of Taylor Stitch’s past collabs with Halley Stevensons will know what to expect here; namely, a unique and highly functional weatherproofed piece of outerwear that’ll keep you dry, cozy, and looking sharp no matter the weather forecast. This custom-developed 5.5-oz dry waxed organic cotton is bulked up with a 5-oz organic cotton body lining for extra protection from the cold, and we rounded the package out with some rugged YKK hardware and a protective storm flap. (Now $214)