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Navy Blazers

for Any Style

Brooks Brothers is the oldest men's clothier in the country—a brand that's been the stalwart of conservative American suiting for nearly 200 years. So they know a thing or two about crafting well-made classics like the navy blazer. But that isn't to say the company isn't keeping an ear to the ground or an eye to the industry to make sure they've got what modern guys want. The venerable brand has been able to carve out a stylish sweet spot between venerable prep staples and a youthful rebellion. Case in point: their latest lineup of navy blazers, featuring a dozen different fits and cuts, from traditionally tailored double-breasted blazers and classic wool flannel jackets to of-the-moment takes like a tapered down-filled blazer or an unstructured jacket (that's water- and wrinkle-resistant) which is ideal for traveling.

  • Breathable wool blend with Loro Piana's Rainsystem to keep the fabric water-resistant.
    Down-filled, relaxed 3/2 roll button stance, side vents and a tapered fit.
  • Half-canvas construction, brass buttons and a novelty hunting-themed lining.

Not all of Brooks Brothers' loyal following are enthusiastic about change. Their Facebook page was inundated with comments yesterday (both good and bad) regarding the new quilted blazer.