As Noah itself points out, “At first glance, our Watermans club jacket and sweatshirt appear to be from another era. The aesthetic is reminiscent of exclusive, preppy clubs with pompous membership criteria–the ones where you might need to be rich, part of some creative class or an alumnus of a certain university in order to join.” Thankfully, that’s not so with the brand’s new “Watermans Club” drop. Instead, “all that’s required is having a deep appreciation of the sea.”
Noah’s latest maritime-inspired release, the Watermans Club drop includes two different pieces: a blazer and crewneck sweatshirt. While the take on the classic navy blue sports jacket is made from Escorial wool (a long-prized fabric from a rare breed of sheep that originated in North Africa, was adopted by Spanish royalty, and one that has, ultimately, survived two extinctions), the sweatshirt features Canadian construction of 100% cotton fleece. Both pieces come decorated with an anchor-flanked crest inspired by Noah’s ubiquitous logo while the blazer even sports moisture-wicking Japanese poly mesh lining for added breathability.
Retailing for $1,198 and $128 USD, respectively, the blazer and crewneck are available in-store and online now while supplies last.