The guys at Taylor Stitch never cease to amaze us. We've seen them work wonders with the likes of hemp, organic cotton, and even recycled polyester. And now the S.F.-based apparel artisans have changed the game again by combining all three.
The result is a new wonder fabric called Boss Duck, a badass upgrade of the classic cotton canvas that has served American workingmen well for many decades. And it's making its debut in their cool new Mechanic Jacket.
The "effortlessly sharp, painstakingly constructed" jacket is designed to survive whatever you throw at it with aplomb.
Taylor Stitch's crew literally worked around the clock to concoct the uniquely resilient material that’s ultra-comfortable and responsibly built, "without sacrificing even a modicum of durability."
It comes in the perfect shades of dark olive green and British khaki, rounded out with a 9-oz organic cotton lining and antique brass hardware. Taylor Stitch notes they "stress-tested this fabric to the moon and back, and we have yet to find its breaking point. Now it’s your turn."