Originally worn as a utility garment by cowboys, railroad engineers and miners during the California Gold Rush, it later became a symbol of individuality and antiestablishment cool (denim was even banned from schools during the 1950s for its rebellious suggestion)-and remains, to this day, the hardest working jacket in anyone's wardrobe.
We loaded this four-pocket trucker jacket with authentic details, then made it in both a vintage-style broken-in wash as well as a clean, classic rinse, for two different takes on one timeless look.
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