Something of an annual tradition, the Levi’s white trucker jacket appears in the early part of the year ahead of the summer months.
And it is back once again, although this year it has been rebranded as the ‘vintage fit trucker’ and the price has crept up a little too. So overall, good news. But with a slight reservation.
Too early for summer? Probably is, but this is the time of year for the summer stock to land and whilst it seems like an inappropriate time to be buying a jacket like this, you’ll be getting wear out of it in a matter of weeks.
Also, if you want one, you don’t want to run the risk of this selling out in your size. It does happen.
The style is pretty self-explanatory, which is the classic 1960s trucker jacket, which is available in a range of finishes. I featured the premium suede version by Levi’s Vintage not long back. Compared to that one, this is something of a bargain.
As you can see, you get the white finish, along with two chest pockets, two lower handwarmer pockets, waist cinch buttons on the back and button cuffs. A Levi’s tab, of course,
It’s described as a ‘little short’ in length, spot do check the measurements if you have any concerns on that front. As for the price, the cheapest place to pick one up is Stuarts of London for £90.