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Jane Motorcycles’ Humbolt Liner Jacket is Made in NYC

Jane Motorcycles‘ Humbolt Quilted Liner Jacket is a springtime darling. If you need something insulating but not sweaty for the milder end of winter and early spring, this water-resistant DWR-coated nylon cordura ripstop fabric — lined with 6 oz. Primaloft insulation — will do the job, all while giving rise to some hybrid moto-militaria styling.

It’s funny, really. Liners were once pure utility, designed to fasten into an outer jacket simply to provide more insulation. But in the last ten years or so, liners have become a popular standalone piece of outerwear in this ever-warming planet of ours. They’re are a casual look, for sure, but throw on a sweatshirt or button-down underneath and you’re in business, bud.

The Humbolt Jacket is quilted in South Carolina and constructed in NYC – a pretty serious manufacturing profile for a high-quality jacket under $400. It comes detailed with two hand-warming pockets at the waist, heavy-duty zipper closure, a roomy zip-closure chest pocket on the front, taffeta lining, contrast ribbing on the cuffs and collar, traditional rounded front hem, gusseted sides, and a Jane Motorcycles tag.

Available for $355 from Franklin and Poe.

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