Probably best-known as the denim jacket worn by The Beatles, the Lee 101 Rider denim jacket is now in the sale at Lee.
In fact, back in 2007, Lee made a replica of the 101 jackets worn by The Beatles (the 101J), worn by the band for a 1966 photoshoot. Sadly, that specific version in premium Japanese denim is long gone and rarely comes up for sale.
But the standard Lee 101 Rider denim jacket (also in premium Japanese denim) is still available and right now, much cheaper at Lee as it clears out its summer stock ahead of the winter arrivals.
The Lee 101 Rider denim jacket in a slim fit jacket, as well as the first ‘shorter style’ Western jacket. This one has an authentic zig zag stitched placket, a waistband with ‘cats-eye’ adjustors, Wobbly Lee buttons and twin chest pockets – slanted for ease of access when on a horse. Or just out and about doing your thing.
It is made of as 13.5-ounce rigid denim from the famed Collect Mill in Japan, which has been kept dry and untouched to break in naturally.
£275 at full price, this dropped to £192.50 in the sale and as Lee is doing another 10 per cent off all sales prices, will drop to nearer £173 when you get to checkout. All sizes still available as well.