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Sherpa coats are both cosy and rugged.

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Here’s everything you need to know about this stylish and comfortable jacket…

How to wear a Sherpa jacket

Navy Sherpa Jacket from Samuel Windsor

Casual and cosy, the Sherpa jacket has a cool, laid back vibe
Image source: Navy Sherpa Jacket from Samuel Windsor

Looking for a jacket that offers performance, rugged good looks, and versatile practicality? You’re looking for a Sherpa jacket. This casual coat offers a cosy, tactile look that takes you from autumn right through to the spring. Here’s how to wear a Sherpa with style and confidence.

What is a Sherpa jacket?

camel fleece mens sherpa jacket from Samuel Windsor

Fleece lining makes the sherpa jacket a warm and comfortable choice
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A Sherpa jacket is made from hard-wearing fabric, in our case soft Bedford corduroy, which features a warm fleece ‘Sherpa’ lining. A casual choice, the Sherpa jacket’s trademark is a wide fleece collar which you can turn up against the wind, or leave down. Popper fastened, this jacket incorporates attractive welted side pockets and patch breast pockets.

The cut here is distinctively American – the Sherpa jacket borrows many of its design cues from the denim jacket. The fabric too, hails from the town of New Bedford, Massachusetts, giving the jacket a relaxed blue-collar appeal of which ‘The Boss’ himself would doubtless heartily approve.

Are Sherpa jackets warm enough for winter?

Camel Sherpa Jacket from Samuel Windsor

Great with brown moleskins
Image source: Camel Sherpa Jacket from Samuel Windsor

In a word, yes! When the mercury begins to drop, that fleece lining really comes into its own. Offering the warmth of sheep’s wool without the weight of the natural product, Sherpa fleece is quick to dry too. But the lining is just one of this jacket’s strengths – the outer face – Bedford cord is a heavy-gauge fabric which is hardwearing and warm. The result? A jacket that’s snug but never feels heavy.

A Sherpa jacket is perfect for layering too – a great way to stay warm without adding too much bulk. Wear your Sherpa jacket over a t-shirt on warmer days, and simply add a plaid shirt and sweater as the weather cools. A contrasting scarf tops things off and helps you get right through the winter.

How to style a Sherpa jacket

Prestige Cumbria boots from Samuel Windsor

Rugged leather boots complement your fleece-lined sherpa jacket
Image source: Prestige Cumbria boots from Samuel Windsor

An American heritage calls for jeans and bright flannel shirts but there are many other ways to wear a Sherpa jacket. Not a jeans man? A pair of moleskin or cord trousers work equally well – even chinos go with this jacket.

Burgundy, grey and lighter blues look good with the navy Sherpa, while browns look fantastic with the camel version. Boots should be your footwear of choice with this jacket – the chunkier the better. With their tough leather uppers and chunky soles, our Chiltern or Cumbria boots will do the trick. To round things off, look for accessories that highlight this garment’s US roots – aviator sunglasses are the perfect touch.

Is a Sherpa jacket machine washable?

Blue fleece mens sherpa jacket from Samuel Windsor

It’s easy to keep your jacket clean with a quick machine wash
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In a word – yes. Sherpa jackets are machine washable at 30C which is just one more reason to make this incredibly versatile coat a worthy addition to your winter wardrobe. Do you despair of other people’s dogs jumping up and leaving their muddy paw prints on your jacket? Your sherpa is easy to clean, and quick to dry.

We think you’ll agree a Sherpa jacket makes an excellent choice for autumn, winter, and spring. With its warmth and good looks, practical pockets, and easy care fabrics, this really is a jacket you can’t do without.

 

Terms and Conditions

By entering into this prize draw, all entrants agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.

In the event that any entrant does not, or is unable to, comply with and meet these Terms and Conditions and the prize draw information, Samuel Windsor shall be entitled, at its sole discretion, to disqualify such entrant, without any further liability to such entrant.

The closing date for this prize draw is noon on Monday 18th January 2021.

The winner will be notified by social media, within 30 days of the closing date. If the winner fails to reply within 48 hours, Samuel Windsor reserves the right to choose another winner.

The entrant must enter the giveaway by “liking” the linked Twitter or Facebook posts above, and following our pages so we can get in touch with the winner.

Anyone found to use multiple social media accounts to enter will be ineligible. Multiple entries in a single day will not be accepted.

Your details will not be shared with or sold to any third party companies.

This prize draw is free to enter and no purchase is necessary.

To enter this prize draw you must be: (a) a UK resident; and (b) 18 years old or over at the time of entry.

This prize draw is not open to employees (or members of their immediate families) of Samuel Windsor.

Samuel Windsor may exercise its sole discretion to use the winner’s name for future promotional, marketing and publicity purposes in any media worldwide without notice or without any fee being paid.

The prize comprises one Sherpa Jacket (if stock is unavailable an alternative style will be provided). The winner must provide details of size and a UK postal address to which the prize will be delivered.

No cash alternative for the prize stated is offered.

The winner will be chosen at random by Samuel Windsor. The judges’ decision will be final, and no correspondence will be entered into.

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