6 of the best Taylor Stitch jackets for 2021

The guys at San Francisco based menswear brand, Taylor Stitch, know what they’re doing when it comes to crafting awesome outerwear which is why we’ll definitely be adding some of their jackets to our own wardrobe rotation here at Coolector HQ. Check out our pick of 6 of the best Taylor Stitch jackets for 2021 below:


The HBT Jacket in Washed Olive ($138)


Taking design inspiration from the classic military overshirts that first emerged in the early days of US involvement in the second World War, The HBT Jacket from Taylor Stitch ($138) is a rugged, utility-focused jacket that boasts some handsome herringbone texture and a tidy flat hem. The HBT strikes the perfect balance between substantial shirt and low-profile jacket, making it an ideal all-seasons layering piece. ($138)


The Prout Jacket in Turkish Coffee ($148)


The blend of organic cotton and nylon with the Prout Jacket from Taylor Stitch ($148) is exceptionally soft and supple, but don’t let its luxurious texture fool you – this material is mighty robust to boot. Taylor Stitch opted for knit construction on The Prout, which delivers some extra nuance to its rich Turkish Coffee colourway. Rounding out this accomplished piece of outerwear are two handy patch pockets, perfect for your EDC essentials like phone, keys and wallet, and stylish looking, authentic horn buttons. ($148)


The Emerson Jacket in Navy Double Cloth ($238)


Pack light; prepare for anything and everything with this excellent looking Emerson Jacket in Navy Double Cloth ($238). It can be difficult to strike a balance between those two maxims, but The Emerson makes it look effortless. This midweight, low-profile jacket is the ideal all-rounder – courtesy of the fact that Taylor Stitch have trimmed the fat and kept to the features that really make a difference, such as twill-backed pockets and a centre back vent for improved airflow. A great man once said “it is not length of life, but depth of life,” so get out there and make it count. ($238)


The Park Bomber in Navy ($178)


This lightweight, wind- and water-repellent nylon/elastane blend Park Bomber Jacket in Navy from Taylor Stitch ($178) has earned the Schoeller bluesign® mark of approval denoting compliance with industry-leading environmental standards. The Park Bomber boasts plenty of impressive features which helps to set it apart from the competition such as YKK zippers, ribbing at the collar, waistband, and cuffs for a snug fit, and understated TS x Tracksmith collaboration branding throughout. ($178)


The Western Shirt Jacket in Indigo ($195)


This 8-oz. organic cotton denim for the Taylor Stitch Western Shirt Jacket in Indigo has an almost vintage-like texture right out of the box courtesy of a garment wash. All of the signature details of The Western are back with a bang – namely, distinctive slanted chest pockets, authentic YKK snaps, double snap cuffs to name but a few – but this time around Taylor Stitch have added a chunky sherpa lining for some serious warmth. If it breaks your heart to hide your favourite Western Shirt under a jacket due to inclement weather, this one’s for you. ($195)


The Rover Jacket in Ripstop Slate Dry Wax ($298)


The Rover Jacket is a true blue Taylor Stitch classic, and after a brief hiatus it’s back in action with plenty of new tricks up its sleeve. This Ripstop Slate Dry Wax Edition ($298) is chock full of the same top notch features as its predecessors – such as a super soft moleskin lining, gusseted snap pockets, and antique brass hardware throughout (including grommet vents at the armpits) – but this time around Taylor Stitch went with a weather-resistant ripstop canvas finish to help keep you bone dry and comfortable no matter where your adventures take you. Go on, rove a little. ($298)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.