$ 950.00
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  • Private White V.C.'s Twin Track jacket is based on the iconic British trials and road riding style belted jackets worn since the late 30s. This version was created expressly for S&A with a few unique details. Our Twin Track features two-way, military-grade riri brand zippers along the front. We insisted upon the two-way feature as it allows for greater comfort when sitting, motorcycling or driving and allows for easier access of a firearm holstered on your hip. Our Twin Tracks also have tartan liners giving them a bit of British country flavor. Crafted in authentic British Millerain Waxed Cotton the Twin Track is most special as it's designed for dual sizing by allowing the wearer to utilize the 6cm zipped middle panel of the jacket when wearing thick layers during colder months while having the ability to remove it for a snugger fit come spring. Something else we love about this design is that the lower patch pockets have side entry so you'll always have a place to put your hands when it's cold out. Just like it's predecessors the distinctive diagonally oriented patch pocket on the left breast was originally intended so riders could easily access maps and time trial cards. Finally the adjustable belted design gives the jacket fantastic security and a wonderful silhouette. An heirloom piece and instant classic in every respect.  

    • 100% British Millerain Co. Waxed Cotton 
    • Military-grade Swiss riri brand zippers with S&A exclusive two-way zippered middle panel
    • Adjustable belted closure with buckle
    • Four front Patch pockets with flap secured by snaps 
    • Lower Patch pockets lined in soft Micro Fleece
    • Lower Patch pockets also offer convenient side entry
    • S&A exclusive Cord collar and trim for zippered cuffs
    • Two interior pockets
    • S&A exclusive tartan liner
    • Internal Locker Loop
    • Made in England
  • Private White V.C. pays homage to WWI hero and Victoria Cross recipient Private Jack White. Upon returning from the Great War, Jack began working in the Manchester garment factory which now bears his name and is owned by his offspring. The clothing line pays respect to Jack’s military legacy, with many items based on classic wartime pieces, updated with added functionality and detail for the modern man.