Taylor Stitch is embracing its cowboy side.
The San Francisco-based men’s brand has collaborated with Stetson on a capsule collection of seven styles that will be available beginning Dec. 5 and rolling out throughout the month of December on the Taylor Stitch web site.
The shirts, jeans and hats feature organic cotton and performance fabrics that use hemp and recycled polyester. The footwear, an updated take on the classic moto boot, is handmade in Leòn, Mexico.
Michael Maher, Taylor Stitch’s chief executive officer, said, “We decided to partner with Stetson based on their heritage founded in creating quality products that last. Like Stetson, we’re dedicated to building timeless styles that are well made and get better with age. The biggest difference is that they’ve been doing it for over 150 years and have the experience and customer following that comes with that. By taking a risk and stepping outside of our comfort zone, we’re able to reach an entirely new customer base that may not know about Taylor Stitch, and as a young, growing brand that’s hugely helpful. Likewise, through the partnership we’re able to showcase a legendary brand like Stetson in a new light to our loyal Taylor Stitch fans.”
In the past, Taylor Stitch has partnered with brands ranging from Jack Mason and SeaVees to Golden Bear Sportswear and Mission Workshop.
The Stetson collaboration product will retail for $125 to $348.
Taylor Stitch was founded a decade ago as a shirtmaker and uses recycled and regenerated fabrics whenever possible. It has since expanded into bottoms, outerwear, accessories and footwear.