Combining utilitarian sportswear with traditional British tailoring, Rag & Bone is a contemporary label known for its understated, cool urban apparel. Founded in 2002, the highly acclaimed label began in Kentucky with two British expats 'Marcus Wainwright and David Neville 'and no formal training. Since then, the designers have gained a cult following for their thoroughly modern yet wearable closet staples. From sporty windbreakers to ultra-sharp blazers, Rag & Bone jackets are impeccably crafted in the finest materials. Leather sleeves and contrasting textures add attitude to preppy varsity jackets and casual bombers.
The Rag & Bone Jackets Buying Guide
Utilitarian sportswear style meets traditional British tailoring in the men’s Rag & Bone jackets collection. Founded in Kentucky, by British expats, the brand breathes new life into Americana cool. With its timeless staples – given a modern slant with unexpected colours and textures – it’s gained itself a cult following. Look this way for styles you know and love (think bomber, aviators and classic denim jacket) executed with modern heritage attitude. Crafted from quality materials, and with care for the environment, these are the outerwear staples you’ll keep in your go-to cycle each season.
The Most Wanted Men’s Rag & Bone Jackets
Rag & Bone Definitive Jean Jacket
The Rag & Bone Definitive jean jacket is a wardrobe hero. Crafted from pure cotton denim, this classic fit style can be dressed up or down, layered for colder days or worn with a tee throughout warmer seasons. It has all of the expected details from a button front to handy pockets and press-stud tabs at the back.
Rag & Bone Flight Jacket
Taking inspiration from retro bomber cuts, the Rag & Bone Flight Jacket brings a touch of smart to casual dressing. With a shearling lining, it’s warm to wear on cold days too. It’s complete with traditional details like a zip pocket on the sleeve and a keyring. It comes in smooth leather or cotton and a choice of shades.
Rag & Bone Flag Shirt Jacket
A lightweight layer to take you between seasons, the Rag & Bone Flag Shirt Jacket is a little heavier than your work shirt. It’s finished with glossy press stud fastening so you can do it up over a tee or jumper. Every attention has been paid to the finer details with star embroidery on the gussets.
The Men’s Rag & Bone Jackets Size Guide
Men’s Rag & Bone jackets come in sizes XXS to XXL. They fit true to size, so you don’t need to size up or down.
You can use the below conversion chart to see which size you need. For example, if you usually take a size 37-38”, you should choose a size S Rag & Bone coat.
|CHEST||33" - 34"||35" - 36"||37" - 38"||39" - 40"||42" - 43"||45" - 46"||48" - 49"|
|WAIST||26" - 27"||28" - 29"||30" - 31"||32" - 33"||35" - 36”||38" - 39"||41" - 42"|
|HIP||33" - 34"||35" - 36"||37" - 38"||39" - 40"||42" - 43"||45" - 46"||48" - 49"|
How To Care For Men’s Rag & Bone Jackets
Before attempting to clean your Rag & Bone coat at home, you should check the care label inside the garment. Cleaning methods vary depending on what fabric your jacket is made out of. If proper care instructions aren’t followed, you risk compromising the fabric of your piece.
Denim styles such as the Definitive Jacket can be easily washed at home. You can put yours in the washing machine on a cold or delicate setting (below 30). Use a mild detergent and don’t tumble dry. Some wool styles such as the Toggle Coat can also be machine washed and ironed on a low heat.
Coats crafted from premium fabrics such as the Flight Jacket and the Manston Jacket are dry clean only. These should be taken to an appropriate specialist, for example, if your jacket is leather, you should consult a dry cleaner that deals with leather products.
- Are Rag & Bone jackets sustainable?
The Rag & Bone brand prides itself on pushing for sustainable processes. In order to make its products kind to the environment, it uses recycled materials in some of its garments, for example, the Toggle Coat is crafted from recycled wool. As well as this, the brand has partnered with Cotton’s Blue Jean Go Green program, dedicated to recycling old clothing. You can drop off your old jeans at a Rag & Bone store to put them to good use.
- Where are Rag & Bone clothes made?
Rag & Bone has always invested itself in homegrown clothing, manufactured within the USA. It started using factories in Kentucky. Since then, the brand uses factories within the US where possible. Denim is produced in Los Angeles and some items are made in New York’s Garment District.
- Who is behind Rag & Bone?
Two British expats, Nathan Bogle and Marcus Wainwright, are behind the Rag & Bone brand. The pair started the company with no previous fashion experience, wanting to make the perfect fitting jeans and tees.