Division Road’s Sheepish Exclusives Bring Heat to Three Classic Jackets
Division Road’s got a trio of new jackets and they’re all sporting sheepish details. It’s not a minute too late as the current weather’s reminding us of the value of proper neck protection.
Dehen 1920’s contribution includes their N-1 Deck Jacket, a shear-iously upgraded take on the classic N-1 with a full sheep fur lining and collar. With an 8.2oz. Martexin waxed cloth body, it’s kitted out with a brass zipper, military reproduction buttons, flannel-lined hand warmer pockets, and hidden wool ribbed storm cuffs. They’ve also made a rendition of their Flyer’s Club Jacket, a riff on the B-15 Flight Jacket, featuring Martexin waxed canvas, two-way brass zipper, safety orange satin lining, angled welt snap pockets on front, and wool knit hem and cuffs.
Last but not least is the Private White V.C. Jeep Coat, inspired by the WWII-era Mackinaw coat. Done up in 10oz. battle twill and treated with water-resistant ECOSEAM, it features a true sheep shearling collar, lambswool flannel lining, and wool wadding—it doesn’t get much warmer than this. With an adjustable belt, double breast, and hand warming flap pockets, and plenty more details,
Check them all out at Division Road.