Favored by both preppies and counterculture types alike, the Harrington jacket was invented in the 1930s, then skyrocketed to popularity in the 1950s, when it became, thanks to Hollywood, an icon of rebel style. From there, the classic windbreaker found its way into the wardrobes of film stars, crooners, punk rockers and even Ivy Leaguers, all on the strength of its versatility and clean, simple lines.
The Harrington jacket—originally designed as workwear for truckers and made famous by musicians, mods and movie stars—is one of those all-time classics that no closet should be without. We've updated this staple in lined cotton and nylon, with functional cuff buttons and interior pockets.
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