Belstaff Trialmaster Belted Waxed-Cotton Jacket
Archive Berlin's Staff Notes
Belstaff's 'Trialmaster' was initially made to protect motorcycle riders on the Scottish Six-Days Trials during the '40s and had to withstand almost a week of rain, mud and cold, which is as good a durability test as any. Having barely changed since its creation, this waxed-cotton version has plenty of pockets, corduroy trims on the inside cuffs and collar, and ventilated underarms to prevent you from overheating. Have it re-waxed once a year to keep it tip-top. You can wear this jacket with a denim jean and some boots.