The jean jacket is perhaps the most American piece of clothing there is. Jeans, after all, are an American invention, patented by the Levi Strauss Co. in the 19th century, and what's more American than slightly slightly altering something already so perfect? It's like a bacon-wrapped hot dog, or a deep fried Oreo. You just take the best pants ever invented and make some cuts and, boom, you've got a coat that looks just like your pants. This vintage trucker jean jacket, nicely worn with impressive fading and light fraying on the sleeves and collar, is the perfect example of a denim jacket, the best piece of outwear there is. Fits like a medium but please refer to our measurements for exact sizing.