Dave's back again with another quality jacket this fall. The coach jacket is often overlooked by designers and brands, probably because it is just so basic that doing much else to it could easily ruin the look. DQM has made up their own version this fall and have hit the nail on the head. The waxed cotton shell, clean snap buttons and soft cotton lining work perfectly on the simple jacket. DQM also did a great job with the colorways, offering the beige and black are very nice, but I'm happy to see they mixed in a woodland camo pattern. I would personally go with the"spice" color coach jacket and would happily put some nice wear into this fall.
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We haven't mentioned of Dave's Quality Meats on the site much before, not for any real reason, but that might be changing thanks to their latest collaboration. They've enlisted the master 60/40 parka makers from the north west to produce two great looking mountain parkas for DQM's fall offering. They went with two very classic colors and we are happy they did. The navy blue with forest green lining looks very nice - very subtle, goes with everything and is quite functional. I'm personally more drawn to the tan 60/40 myself. The lighter color is hard to find in a parka sometimes and the stripped down details and the blaze orange lining is a nice accent colour. Both of these jackets will be available this fall at DQM and are made in Seattle, Washington. I'm not too sure whether these will sell out right away or how many numbers are being made, so you might not want to hesitate knowing you'll have this piece for years to come. Releasing on September 11 for around $320.00