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Todd Snyder

English Waxed Dylan Jacket in Olive

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Based  on the silhouette of a classic trucker jacket, our popular Dylan comes in four different fabrics for fall--Shearling, Blanket-lined, Corduroy and this Waxed Cotton fabric from British Millerain. This mash-up of a traditional British outerwear fabric and an American silhouette is a great addition to any outerwear arsenal and can be worn over a button down now and then layered over a sweater and worn when the forecast calls for that dreaded wintery mix. We’re pleased to be working with British Millerain, who have been making rainproof fabrics since the 19th Century. Design details include a contrasting moleskin collar, a blanket lining and side tab adjusters at the waist of the jacket.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Fabric is from British Millerain
  • Made in England
  • Two chest pockets
  • Two hand pockets
  • Moleskin collar
  • Runs small, consider sizing up 
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Style Number OU152B1008

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Reviewed by Nick N.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Great investment

This became my favorite jacket soon as I picked it up. You can just tell it’s well made; with a durable, quality material that should last years. The outer fabric feels very resilient. The collar is incredibly soft. The interior lining is very soft as well and will keep you warm enough to layer lightly (depending on where you live). It’s sturdy, has some weight to it, and if it weren’t so nice, would make a good work jacket. It’s got a short torso, so it sits above/hovers at your belt line. I’m 5’5, 130, and a S fits well, leaving a bit of room at the chest without being too boxy.

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