Division Road Inc. might be best-known for their exhaustive boot collabs, but the famous Seattle retailer does a whole lot more than high-quality leather footwear. They’ve got apparel too—and really good stuff, of course.
Check out the Mechanics Jacket from Dehen 1920, which riffs on the classic garage jacket, but ups the ante considerably with the help of some premium Japanese textiles. The Japanese canvas used in both jackets is brushed enough to get a soft hand, but has the structural integrity to stand up to whatever you might throw at it. Not only is it tough, but the interior of the jacket is lined with satin, which means the whole thing is gonna feel great to wear. Two chest pockets and two sneaky handwarmer pockets complete the functional ensemble and a talon zip-front ties it all together.
Both jackets are made in the USA with banded collars, snapped cuffs and pockets, and rigorous construction throughout. Available either in navy with the red liner or a black-on-black version with gold chain-stitching, either jacket evokes the best of a certain era of style, while updating everything to satisfy a discerning modern consumer.
Available from $325 at Division Road.