See Now, Buy Now: This Taylor Stitch Bomber Jacket is a New Fall Style Must-Have

Best bomber jacket for men.

When building out your perfect menswear wardrobe, the real key lies in being prepared for as many situations as possible, especially as you hunt for fall men’s style essentials. Perfect is a lofty goal, to be sure, and the bar is set quite high, but shopping classic picks from San Francisco’s Taylor Stitch — like one of the best men’s bomber jackets, is a great place to start. And my friends, the Taylor Stitch Bomber Jacket in Bark Ever Wax clears that high bar as far as the proper blend of style and utility is concerned, no doubt about it.

You’ll find it, of course, within the digital shelves of the Taylor Stitch New Arrivals section, a great place to go to shop and save on the best men’s boots and so much more. And the Taylor Stitch Bomber Jacket in Bark Ever Wax lives up to its billing quite handily, starting with the custom-made, 100 percent plant-based waxed organic cotton fabric blend developed for Taylor Stitch by Scotland’s Halley Stevenson.

Best fall jackets for men.

You might call that fabric “the good stuff,” since the rugged design of the Taylor Stitch Bomber Jacket in Bark Ever Wax is going to make it ready for plenty of blustery fall weather. It’s finished off with the brand’s custom 100 percent organic cotton lining (detailed with old-school San Francisco maps), and the Taylor Stitch Bomber Jacket in Bark Ever Wax gets an even more weather-ready touch with wool-blend collar, cuff and hem ribbed detailing.

Better still is the fact that this rugged bomber jacket features antique brass hardware for good measure. And yes, while the Taylor Stitch Bomber Jacket in Bark Ever Wax is pricier than your average jacket at $298, there’s no question it’s worth the investment. Shop now and gear up accordingly for fall, my friends.

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