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5 of the Best Trucker Jackets for Men, 2022

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Winter is rapidly approaching and jackets are a preoccupation of ours at Coolector HQ currently. If, like us, you like a jacket that is built to last but maintains a stylish aesthetic then you’ll probably be partial to a trucker jacket too. The guys at Huckberry are one of the best at picking some of the best trucker jackets for men on the market so will always be out first port of call when looking for new outerwear.

5 of the Best Trucker Jackets

Flint & Tinder Flannel Lined Waxed Trucker Jacket

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Infinitely cool and robust, the Flint & Tinder Flannel Lined Waxed Trucker Jacket ($220) is definitely going to be suitable for all your autumn and winter adventures. This uncompromising and timeless piece is made in the USA and it is crafted from a waxed and weather-resistant Martexin 7 oz. sailcloth, which is basically like a selvage denim or finely tanned leather, but it will only get better with age. Each time you raise a beer, tie your boots, or ride your bike, your movements will lighten the color of the waxed fabric in the creases and bends to deliver an aesthetic that is entirely unique to you.

Iron & Resin Rambler Jacket

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Lightweight and stylish, the Rambler Jacket from Iron & Resin ($125) is a Huckberry exclusive version of their iconic Rambler, cut in a limited edition brown corduroy colour way. Crafted from 100% cotton corduroy that’s soft and comfortable from the first wear, and boasting dual chest pockets with flap closures and self-lined collar, cuffs and placket, the Rambler Jacket from Iron & Resin will keep you adventuring for years to come and look better and better with every mile.

Outerknown Paz Cord Trucker Jacket

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Two great visionaries, Kelly Slater and John Moore, with the goal of discovering alternative, innovative methods to make state-of-the-art clothing. Now, they’re redefining the fashion industry as with their environmentally conscious production of trucker jackets that have a bold style and impeccable comfort. With a modern twist on an age old classic, the Paz Cord Trucker from Outerknown ($168) incorporates ridiculously robust hemp fibres with the cotton corduroy that we all know and love. The materials are sourced from fields in the Yunnan Province of China, the hard-wearing hemp is used to make the corduroy and is one of the strongest natural fibres on the planet.

Deus Ex Machina Address Workwear Jacket

Deus Ex Machina Trucker Jacket

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We’re big fans of the moto inspired apparel from the guys at Deus Ex Machina and this brilliant looking Address Workwear Jacket ($98) is a fine example of why that is the case. This robust and heavy-duty jacket is ready to stand up to whatever work you’ve got to get done or outdoor adventure that you seek, and it is lined with a soft blanket lining for exceptional comfort.  Boasting a mighty bold visual impact, this ace looking trucker jacket from Deus Ex Machina has embroidered design to the front and back and welt hand warmer pockets for those cold winter’s evenings.

Taylor Stitch Long Haul Jacket

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Classically styled, this long-haul trucker jacket has definitely caught our eye here at Coolector HQ. The Taylor Stitch Long Haul Jacket ($188) is built with a heavyweight, supersoft waffle fabric which fades over time like your favourite pair of selvage denim. All the details of the classic Long Haul are here, and this includes the ultra-robust build to the signature rounded pockets — but this time it all comes in a waffle fabric which is so ridiculously soft, you’ll be tempted to wear it just as much while you’re lounging around the house as when you’re heading out on wilderness adventures.

Author: Leo Davie

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