A classic of the 1970s, this Lois Tejana cord jacket is still popular today and even more so at half price.
Yes, this gem from a bygone era (but one that still cuts it in the 21st century) is now in the sale. Which is amazing considering that this is always a big seller. Why? I suspect a change or colour options are coming soon. Which is good news if you have your eye on one of these, but don’t want to pay the usual £100+ asking price.
The Tejana is a minor classic from the 1970s and 1980s and this particular design is an archive reissue. So all the original details, if that’s the kind of authenticity you are looking for.
The ‘thin cord’ shell is the selling point here – but you can go for a jumbo cord too. In fact, there is a jumbo cord version in dark brown in the sale too, should you prefer that.
But this one is for me, not least because of the colour. This is a shade described as ‘burnt ochre’ and exclusive to Stuarts of London. It’s an eye-catching colour compared to other more mundane shades and for me, the most appealing of the current range. But best of all, this one is currently less than half price in the sale in all the popular sizes.
As for the details, this is a classic ‘Western’ trucker jacket with front pleats, buttoned tab adjusters at the hem and four pocket details – two buttoned flap pockets at the chest and two side pockets. There’s also branded gold-coloured buttons, some suede signature branding to the hem at the front left, and woven tab branding at the left hand chest pocket.
A regular fit and the short length that’s typical of this kind of design. The jacket is in the sale in all sizes, discounted from an original £105 to a much more appealing £52.50. But only while existing stock lasts. I can’t see that being long if I’m honest.
Via His Knibs