Belstaff SS21: Heritage Reimagined

It’s no secret that here at Stuarts London, we love heritage brands. Brands that have a story and have stood the test of time. Belstaff is one of those brands.

With it’s roots in providing motorcycle clothing going as far back as 1924 and even contributing to the war effort – its safe to say the brand has earned its stripes as one of the all time UK heritage menswear brands.

Today the Belstaff have a global presence with pieces like their Trialmaster jacket, which was one of the first jackets they ever produced, still in production today and still one of their best-sellers, they have gone from strength to strength.

We’re excited to get a fresh new season showcasing the quality that they have become known for. With Spring/Summer 2020 fast approaching Belstaff revisit wardrobe staples with concerted focus on quality and finish of fabric and fit.

Their now iconic Logo T-Shirt which features the Belstaff badge proudly on the chest are made from a featherlight cotton jersey that awards the wearer a perfect balance of light weight and softness. Careful attention has also been given to the cut of the t-shirts – the length of the sleeve and the body and the overall fit – making these t-shirts a strong candidate for your go-to t-shirts.

Versatility has always been something of great importance to the brand. They want you wear their clothes and they are designed to be enjoyed. The Camber Jacket is a great example of this. With it’s lightweight build and neutral colour palettes it keeps that biker look and high-quality without the added weight. Sleek lines, neutral colour palette and made from water-resistant micro poly fabric – this is a great option for year round style.

For those looking for a jacket that is super warm and looks great and without the extra weight – the Mantle jacket is a great option. With a down fill rating of 700 this will keep you warm no matter the weather and its water-resistant shell makes it incredibly versatile.

Shop the latest from Belstaff online now at Stuarts London.

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