No, you don’t have to steer clear of the water after the summer ends. It’s still a good time to fish, ride boats, and do all sorts of fun things far away from the shore. Just make sure to bring a proper jacket to shield you from the rain and cold – something like the Taylor Stitch Submariner Coat.
Combining the cut of the classic Navy Submariner jacket with wool fabric, the garment should make for a classic-looking outer layer for the fall. We particularly love the styling that brings to mind a slightly more casual peacoat, allowing it to suitably anchor your wardrobe, regardless if you’re fishing in a boat with friends or partying on a rainy night around the city.
The Taylor Stitch Submariner Coat is made from 19oz. Italian boiled lambswool, which boasts excellent insulation, heat retention, and water-repellence, along with the ability to absorb twice its weight in water before soaking. That makes for a seriously technical garment to brave the elements of the upcoming season, whether you plan to stay in the city or find adventure somewhere else. It comes with a slim fit and a trim sleeve, so it’s just as contemporary as, we’re guessing, most items in your closet.
Features included slightly rounded collars, two welted hand warmer pockets with a pocketing that bears the print of the San Francisco map, two lower patch flap pockets, and large custom anchor buttons. It comes in two colors: navy and ash.
Available now for preorder, the Taylor Stitch Submariner Coat is priced at $198.