In 1948, Belstaff released the now-iconic Trialmaster, a light waxed-cotton jacket with four front pockets and a buckle-tab collar. In the brand’s latest Origins collection, which celebrates the garment’s 70th anniversary, the classic jacket is updated with technical fabrics, including waterproof and breathable stretch nylon. It also features heat-sealed seams, weatherproof zippers, back vents and, of course, four front pockets. Available in slate green and black, the jacket costs $795 and exemplifies the new trend of functional-yet-stylish city-to-mountain apparel.
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The functional-yet-stylish apparel dubbed city-to-mountain has taken over the apparel industry. We talk with designers from Woolrich, Nanamica, Aether and Snow Peak about the movement. Read the Story