Taylor Stitch - The Coit Jacket in Blackwatch Wool
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.