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Standard & Strange Celebrates Their 6th Birthday with 4 Leather Jackets

It’s not unheard of for a retailer to drop a special release for an equally special anniversary, but Standard & Strange went all out with not one, but four new horsehide jackets to celebrate their sixth birthday. In cahoots with Simmons Bilt, a brand whose origins are rooted in Standard & Strange’s home of Oakland, the quartet of jackets are good enough to make you consider more than one, if not the entire lot.

The first two are a pared-down, cafe racer-style jacket: one in a gorgeous natural veg-tan and the other in a black, waxed colorway. Details like RiRi and Talon zippers, roller waist cinches, and armpit eyelets add up to an eye-catching, yet subtle set of jackets.

The second two are a collaboration with 3sixteen and reimagines their iconic 3s Jacket in two beautiful, nuanced horsehides. Both hides will break down and patina do a vintage-style patina, thanks to the tea-core tanning, and come with classic trucker jacket details like dual chest pockets and hand pockets with the addition of cotton gabardine lining.

Both the Vanishing Point, The Two Lane Blacktop are available for $1200 and The Black Horsehide 3s, and Brown Horsehide 3s are available for $1200 at Standard & Strange.