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Lafayette Chestnut Corduroy Shearling Collar Jacket


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The classic trucker jacket, elevated. We updated this versatile style with an eco-shearling collar and an unbelievably soft corduroy from Duca Visconti. The corduroy is woven from a special blend of cotton and cashmere that creates a satisfyingly luxe contrast to the jacket's workwear aesthetic. A hint of elastane adds even more comfort, too. The jacket features a snap button front, functional snap pockets in a classic Western shape, and a timeless shape collar that stands up perfectly when popped. Sophisticated with a quietly rugged appeal, it’s the perfect top layer for fall.

  • Product Code: J95
  • Made 100% in Italy
  • Premium Duca Visconti Corduroy
  • Eco-Shearling Collar
  • Two Exterior Snap Chest Pockets
  • Two Exterior Side-Entry Hip Pockets
  • Italian Nickel Snaps
  • Body: 94% Cotton, 5% Cashmere, 1% Elastane
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Model is 6‘1", 170lbs, and wears a size Medium.

Duca Visconti Cotton & Cashmere Corduroy

This beautiful blend of 94% cotton, 5% cashmere, and 1% elastane is ideal for fall and winter. It‘s warm and soft, with a comfortable thickness that‘s excellent for layering. The velvety, rich texture and sheen of the mid-wale corduroy is both elegant and intriguing.

An Off-Duty Essential

Based on the unmistakable denim styles of the 1960s, our trucker jackets are designed to bring versatility and refinement to your casual wardrobe. With classic v-shaped front seams, a collar that stands up perfectly, and the finest fabrics from renowned mills, they’ll look and feel just as good in twenty years as they do today.

Relaxed Fit

Straight and boxy, hitting at the hip for a laidback look with a bit of structure. Rear snap adjuster tabs allow you to cinch the bottom hem if so desired.

Customer Reviews

1 reviews. Average rating 5/5

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  • I returned because the XL it was a little snug and I felt the XXL would be to big. I did like the look of the jacket, however.

    bruce in Tualatin, OR