In the Belstaff Racemaster, classic styling meets a contemporary fit with a modern, user-focused design that packs tons of useful features often lacking from Belstaff’s more “vintage” offerings, such as the Trialmaster.
I have to recommend this jacket to anyone who loves the Trialmaster and seeks a more modern fit, with features like side-zip pockets and a comfortable stand collar, as well as a customizable fit. It manages to incorporate all of what’s great about Belstaff jackets with a design that’s sure to stand the test of time. Read This Article »
This vest is very high quality for the price. In my opinion, you absolutely must own one of these vests if you own a Belstaff jacket that’s compatible with its snap-in options – it allows you to go from simply cold weather to chilling extremes while not adding any bulk or inconvenience. Simply pop it in, put on your jacket, and get moving.
I unequivocally recommend this vest, regardless of whether or not you own a compatible Belstaff jacket. That would be great, of course, but this vest is a beautiful piece of design, construction, and heritage style on its own, and you’re going to love it.
It’s also great if you live in a warmer climate and can’t typically wear a full Belstaff jacket. You get all the history and vintage appeal of a Belstaff product while not looking out of place. Read This Article »
The Belstaff Arctic Speedmaster is a high-tech, weather-resistant design that maintains the classic authenticity that Belstaff is known for. It’s based off of the Belstaff Trialmaster, but it’s designed for colder weather, featuring an extremely water-resistant nylon/cotton blend, a thick yet lightweight construction, and other weather-fighting elements such as the coyote fur hood.
It’s high quality, built out of a beautiful, durable fabric, and maintains a classic, yet modernized design that’s sure to turn heads. Read This Article »
This is perhaps the highest quality trench coat I’ve ever had the pleasure to handle. It easily beats out cashmere offerings from Burberry and the like that are over twice the price, and don’t feel half as quality.
If you’re looking for a wool cashmere trench coat, look no further. The New Milford is modern with a vintage feel, durable but soft, stylish but not flashy, and most of all, it’s incredibly warm and water resistant, and ready for just about any weather you can wear it in. Read This Article »
Today, I reveal two amazing videos that give an in-depth review of the Belstaff Trialmaster. Also: I promise that one day I’ll get to creating video reviews! In the meantime, I’d like to share these amazing videos because, let’s face it, buying a jacket online is always a bit of a gamble when all you have to base your decision on are a few pictures.
These videos give you a the next best thing to physically trying on the jacket.
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If you want a great middle ground between the lightweight breathability and water resistance of waxed canvas, and the heavy-duty, strong protection of leather, you’ll definitely want to give the New Weybridge jacket a glance. Its rubberized material offers plenty of protection, yet is pliable and comfortable.
The midweight materials make it a great all-weather jacket, and the breathability and flexibility make it incredibly comfortable and easy to move in. Combined with a gorgeous modern design that still reflects its long Belstaff heritage, it’s a stylish and fun modern twist on a long time classic.
This thoroughly modern garments is sure to protect you from the elements for years to come, and it’s also sure to turn heads while doing so. Read This Article »
As with all Belstaff products, it’s painstakingly constructed using high quality British materials and craftsmanship, and the result is a lightweight, extremely water-resistant jacket that feels almost like an extension of your body, whether you’re going for a ride into the countryside, or just going out for a night on the town.
I recommend this jacket for anyone who wants to wear a classic piece of history, and look damn good while doing it. It’s not cheap, but its durable, high-quality, and will surely stand the test of time. The classic design and materials are just as attractive to look at and wear nowadays as they were in the 1920s, when Belstaff was just getting their business started, so wearing it feels like wearing a piece of motorcycling history wherever you go. Read This Article »
I would recommend this jacket to anyone looking for a new piece of water-resistant outerwear. It’s not suitable for everyone, but if you’re willing to pay for it, and willing to take good care of it, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more authentic, better-looking, and more well-made waxed jacket in this price range. To help you make your decision, we’ve put together a short list of some of the highlights of this jacket.
I love the Roadmaster, and I can see myself wearing it for years and years, carrying the heritage and history of Belstaff with me wherever I go. And I think that once you get your hands on one of Belstaff’s waxed canvas jackets, you’ll never want to let it go. I sure don’t. Read This Article »