The Coit Jacket in Blackwatch Wool$119
It's mid-November, the leaves are turned, and the days are shorter. The air is brisk and your body colder. There's something about a woolen outerwear piece that really jives our turkey at Taylor Stitch—you know, damn-near an actual wool blanket cut into a hardy piece of clothing. It's the kind of thing you throw on when you have zero patience for the bone-chill of a winter's night, when all that matters is your body's warmth and your head's set right. Now cut in a handsome Blackwatch Plaid, and you have all that in one of the most badass shirt jackets we've ever produced, one single garment staring at a solid twenty years of use.
Blackwatch Plaid and Wool. Handsome. Proper. Rugged. Refined. There are many reasons the two are a match made in textilic heaven. Adorning Scottish regiments since at least the early 18th century, the marriage of this fabled tartan with Caledonian wools served a very real purpose—both to combat the blustery climate found in the Bonnie North as well as reinforce tribal order. Weighing in at a burly 13-oz., the wool blend found in the Coit will be sure to combat blustery climates from Northern California to Northern Maine too. The tribalism we'll leave to you.
- 13-oz. 80% Wool, 20% Polyester.
- 6-oz. 100% Organic Cotton, Custom SF map pocketing.
- Double needle felled construction.
- Single chest pocket.
- Two lower welt handwarmer pockets.
- YKK antique brass zipper 2-way separating zipper with natural leather pull.
- Dark horn button cuffs.
- Shirt hem bottom.
- Dry clean only.
- Made in China.
This product is on Last Call, so all sales are final (sorry, no exceptions)! We will accommodate exchanges when possible, but this item is ineligible for returns. This product is highly limited in quantity and may never be in stock again. Last call products are available for immediate shipping.