Updated with a super-trim fit and moto detailing, this outerwear essential gets the Black Label treatment
Introduced by the US military during the Vietnam War, the multipocket field jacket was designed to offer versatility to those who encountered varying weather conditions in battle. Windproof, water-resistant and in a midweight material—not too heavy but thick enough to keep a person warm—the jacket was perfect for soldiers, and it soon became a day-to-day staple for civilians, too, during the fickle transitional seasons.
Today, the modern field jacket is still inspired by the original standard-issue model, but it includes contemporary updates that are anything but standard. Black Label’s take features a sleek fit, a dark color and moto-inspired details, making it an ideal complement to your city looks. On the weekend, pair the jacket with slim, distressed denim, a T-shirt and a leather boot for head-to-toe biker style. Or wear one over your suit on the way into work. The result? A look that will take you from the office to after-hours easily.