Isle of Man Jacket
The Scottish Six Days’ Open Reliability Trial is the oldest motorcycle trials event in the world.
Plan to enter? Expect steep gullies, slippery rock steps, boulder-strew gorges, rough moorland. And don’t count on speed to win the day. As you navigate the observed sections, feet must remain on footrests. Put a foot on the ground for balance, expect a penalty. Same goes if you travel outside the flags or miss a section entirely.
Form, precision, endurance.
You see all of that here, too, in this jacket.
Proof of pedigree: Ernesto Che Guevara field-tested it in 1952 when he rode a motorcycle through South America. We’re certain you’ll find it more than suitable for whatever you put it through, on the course in Scotland or elsewhere.
The Isle of Man Jacket (No. 6724) in 6-oz. dry-finish wax cotton to repel water and wind. Ages beautifully to a great patina. High collar with adjustable throat latch keeps out the elements. Two chest pockets; two waist pockets; one back map pocket. Elbow patches. Snap cuffs. Authentic ring pull at front zipper. Snap storm flap. Antique brass snaps. Leather belt buckle. Body lined with heavyweight Japanese cotton twill plaid. Bemberg-lined sleeves for easy on and off. Plush corduroy at collar and cuffs. Woven in Scotland at Halley Stevenson, legendary maker of weatherproof waxed canvas since 1864.