Mercer Street Leather Jacket


Color: Brown
Product Details

112 Mercer St.

“Everything should be made as simple as possible,” Einstein said, “but not simpler.”- Albert Einstein


We had these words in mind when we set out to create this replica of the professor's iconic leather jacket.

The original, if you can get close enough to catch a whiff, still holds the pungent smell of the professor's pipe smoke.

Can’t you just see it on a coat rack by the front door at 112 Mercer Street in Princeton?

Odds are, his leather jacket traveled north with him to the Knollwood Club on Lake Saranac for chilly nights out on his sailboat.

Became creased, over time, in the way leather comes to be a faithful extension of its owner.

The way this one will become yours and no one else’s.


Mercer Street Leather Jacket (No. J8166). Tight-grain goat leather strikes a luxurious balance between soft and sturdy. The cossack-style collar can be worn down or up, mood depending. Body and sleeves are lined in viscose/cotton twill. Soft corduroy lines the knuckle side of the handwarmer pockets; inside chest pocket on left side; cotton twill lining on the other side. Horn buttons at center front and cuffs. Antiqued brass metal buckles at side seam adjuster tabs. We can't promise wearing it will give you a 160 IQ score, but it's a start. Imported.