The Brodrick brothers down in San Juan Capistrano may live in some of the most enviable weather, but they sure know how to make a jacket for the most inclement weather.
The Freenote Cloth Waxed Riders Jacket is made of a 10 oz. waxed canvas for those of you who actually get any rain and it’s lined with a wool/cotton Navajo-print lining from Japan to keep you warm. Satin-lined sleeves make it slick to throw on while the elastic bands in the arm gussets give you some extra range of motion when you’ve got layers on layers.
As for styling, it’s a Type II meets a Type I meets a chore coat with details like a double pleated front, dual hand pockets, dual patch pockets, and waist adjusters.
Available for $400 at Freenote Cloth.