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Check Out the Taylor Stitch Bomber Jacket in Sierra Suede

There is a timelessness to bomber jackets which makes them one of the favourite types of outerwear for men the world over and adding this style to your end of summer / fall wardrobe rotation is a must in our opinion here at The Status Life. For those wanting to push the boat out a little there is the dapper and luxurious Taylor Stitch Bomber Jacket in Sierra Suede for your consideration.

Undergoing funding as part of Taylor Stitch’s Workshop platform as we speak, you can pick up the Sierra Suede Bomber Jacket for the bargain price of $638 right now – down from the intended final retail price of $798 – so get a move on if you want to secure a bargain piece of outerwear for fall and winter.

This stunning  bomber jacket is a bonafide American classic and it’s clear that the guys at Taylor Stitch have pulled out all the stops for it. The Bomber in Sierra Suede stays true to its storied lineage with a flattering shorter cut, YKK zip front (reminiscent of the A-2 flight jackets of the 1930s), and burly ribbing at every opening. What’s not to like?

Crafted from a top-tier 3-oz calf suede that possesses a buttery smooth hand feel and more than enough heft to stand up to years of high flying adventures. So go ahead, wear it often and wear it hard, The Bomber in Sierra Suede from Taylor Stitch will thank you with a complex patina that’ll really wow the grandkids when it comes time to pass it on.

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