Taylor Stitch x Solitary Arts – Flannel Denim Collection

Taylor Stitch x The Solitary Arts Flannel Lined Denim

Taylor Stitch x The Solitary Arts Flannel Lined Denim

Since 2008, the team behind Taylor Stitch in San Francisco have been working hard to put together the best possible pieces of clothing, starting from the original shirts and branching out more recently into jeans. They’re continually focussing on producing the best possible products, including a number of efforts branching out into the collaborative sphere.

The Jeans in Action

The Jeans in Action

Enter Solitary Arts, another California based brand who make skateboards by hand as well as small collections of hard goods. They’ve been doing their piece to infect skateboarding with function and form in their products. Yong-Ji Chang and Geoff McFetridge were excited to work with the Taylor Stitch team to put together a capsule collection of flannel lined denim, both a jacket and a pair of jeans.

Both utilize a 13 Oz. denim which means that while it’s a relatively light denim, the flannel coating will still keep you good and warm. Further, both feature powder coated, double stitched buttons, nicely designed pockets, and the standard Taylor Stitch fits we’ve grown to love.

Taylor Stitch x Solitary Arts - Flannel Denim Collection

Taylor Stitch x Solitary Arts – Flannel Denim Collection

The collection is available in select retailers, as well as online now via Taylor Stitch.

Taylor Stitch x Solitary Arts - Flannel Denim Collection

Taylor Stitch x Solitary Arts – Flannel Denim Collection

Exposed Flannel Lining

Exposed Flannel Lining

Connor

Based in Vancouver, BC, Canada, Connor grew an interest in raw denim thanks to the process, maturation, patience and craft that goes into each individual pair. He also writes at REPOSITORY which he started alongside Rawr founder Nick Coe.

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  • Jun

    Good to see a grandpa being active doing all those skating and stuffs instead of playing bingo at some retirement home…. thumbs up to rawrdenim for this article!

    • jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj

      yeah, that model is the best part of this. more beards and old dudes doing cool shit..

  • Kretek

    If I still lived in a cold area of the country, these jeans would be amazing. I can’t even imagine how soft they actually are.

  • http://www.facebook.com/devan.prithipaul Devan Prithipaul

    not terribly original i think that naked and famous and another brand also have a blanket lining. the thing that’s kind of strange is that if this would be for cold weather then it should be heavier weight, but then again maybe they are going for the skater crowd. sounds like a ver niche and specific product, the fit isnt bad.

    • http://www.facebook.com/devan.prithipaul Devan Prithipaul

      i should add that the price is AMAZING. only 128$!

  • PAL Team

    I have a size chart