WARNER HERITAGE JACKET
Mountain Khakis x HALLEY STEVENSONS
We are proud to introduce to you our first ever wet wax cotton jacket, The Warner Heritage Jacket. This heritage piece wears with you over time. Offering premium durability. The Warner Heritage Jacket is an All American take on a traditional British style. A lifetime jacket that ages with you and always has your back through it all.
The Warner Heritage Jacket is 10.2oz 100% cotton, and is fully lined with our iconic Mountain Khakis brushed flannel plaid. The plaid is a contemporary layout in traditional colors.
A detachable 3-panel hood provides full head coverage, with a ribbed interior collar for maximum comfort.
You’ll find 6 pockets: 1 mountain peak chest pocket, 1 interior chest pocket, 2 deep hand pockets which are fleece lined for warming up your hands, and 2 side entry pockets.
We’ve included zip-in compatibility for 2-in-1 layering with the Lynx which makes this jacket a true year-round companion.
The Warner is finished with premium metal trims, a leather zipper pull, and our iconic bison patch. We specifically chose to offer our program in Jackson Grey, this color is unique to the wax jacket category.
The material is strong and reliable, while the finish gains character over time, giving it that perfect vintage look of a well-worn and worked in coat that we all desire. A unique feature of waxed cotton is the ability to add performance back into the fabric by reproofing the jacket. By re-applying wax as required, you can make a notable difference in the life of your coat.
You can rewax the jacket yourself. How often you re-wax your jackets depends on how often your jacket is worn, for regular use, it is recommended re-waxing once per year.
instructions for reproofing
You will need a pan of hot water and a soft cloth or sponge
BRUSH OFF ANY DIRT OR GRIT
SPONGE DOWN WITH COLD WATER
DO NOT USE SOAP OR DETERGENTS
DO NOT MACHINE WASH, DO NOT DRY CLEAN, DO NOT IRON, DO NOT TUMBLE
CHOOSE A WARM ROOM OR OUTSIDE ON A HOT DAY
STAND THE TIN OF WAX IN HOT WATER TO SOFTEN THE DRESSING
WORK THE DRESSING WELL INTO THE GARMENT USING THE CLOTH OR SPONGE
PAY ATTENTION TO SEAMS, CREASES AND DRY PATCHES
RUB IN WELL, DON’T PAINT IT ON
DO NOT USE EXCESS DRESSING
FOR A “FACTORY” FINISH, BLOW EVENLY WITH A HAIRDRYER
HANG THE GARMENT OVERNIGHT IN A WARM PLACE