6 of the best men’s jackets from Taylor Stitch for heading into winter

Winter and, by definition, colder temperatures are right around the corner now and, if you’re anything like us here at The Coolector, you’ll be in the process of stockpiling outerwear to see you through until Spring. If a new jacket is on the agenda, there are few better brands out there for men than the guys at San Francisco based, Taylor Stitch. Check out our pick of 6 of the best men’s jackets for winter from Taylor Stitch below:

The Lined Watts Jacket in Olive | $238

Built for all-conditions utility, The Lined Watts Jacket from Taylor Stitch is a no-nonsense, feature-rich piece of outerwear that’ll keep you warm and dry no matter how uncompromising the forecast. As the name suggests, Taylor Stitch has bolstered its dry waxed organic cotton shell with an ultra cosy liner, and kitted it out with a protective storm flap along the front to lock out wind and rain.

The Lined Shop Shirt in Woodland Camo Boss Duck | $218

The Shop Shirt from Taylor Stitch has become one of our go-to workwear silhouettes when there’s work to be done, and for this new iteration, they’ve bulked it up and expanded its utility with a cosy organic cotton flannel lining. Just like earlier editions, this one boasts a tidy flat hem, Taylor Stitch’s signature California collar, and two oversized patch pockets to store your essentials.

The Quilted Bomber Jacket in Espresso | $278

The Quilted Bomber’s shell is crafted from 6-oz. organic cotton that’s been dry waxed by the industry legends at Halley Stevensons. The insulation and lining are both made with recycled materials, so you can stay warm and be proud of the fact that you’re protecting the planet. Contrast ribbing at the collar and cuffs lend The Quilted Bomber some extra visual gravitas, and an array of handy pockets mean you’ll never have to leave your EDC at home.

The Decker Jacket in Navy Wool Beach Cloth | $228

Taylor Stitch’s take on the classic Beach Cloth formula is built with a blend of cozy wool, soft cotton, and robust nylon. It’s got a burly, substantial texture that’s further enhanced by an 8-oz. poly/cotton lining, which gives the Decker Jacket some extra heft and keeps you warm and cozy no matter how harsh the weather gets. Two lower welt pockets are ideal suited for hand-warming (a chest pocket up top can store your phone, wallet, etc.) and snaps at the cuffs allow for quick fit adjustments.

The Workhorse Jacket in Tobacco Boss Duck | $228

Do it right, or don’t do it at all; those are words to live by, and they’re at the heart of the brand new Workhorse Jacket from the fellas at Taylor Stitch. They’ve taken the classic, do-it-all work jacket template and ramped it up with best-in-class craftsmanship and components, including their Responsible Boss Duck blend. True to its name, The Workhorse will keep pushing until every item on the to-do list is checked off, but thanks to its sharp, timeless look, it’ll come in handy even after the workday is over. 

The Long Haul Jacket in 18-Month Wash Organic Selvage | $198

The denim trucker jacket is a style staple, but with years of refinement under its belt, The Long Haul Jacket from Taylor Stitch has taken the familiar formula to new heights. Fan-favorite features like custom YKK hardware and our signature SF map print pocketing return, but this time around they have built the silhouette with 100% organic cotton selvage denim and gave it a thorough wash to capture the look and feel of a well-loved vintage piece.

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