Five ways to wear x Belstaff Roadmaster

Brummell's five ways to wear team shows how to style the Roadmaster with Belstaff

Style 20 Dec 2017

Red Roadmaster, £595; knit, £425; polo, £85; jeans, £225; sunglasses, £420
Slate Roadmaster, £595; Langford knit, £225; Stannett polo, £85; Westering jeans, £225; Bonington glasses, £340
Navy Roadmaster, £595; T-shirt, £65; sweatpants, £150; hat, £75; sneakers, £325
Black Roadmaster, £595; knit, £325; jeans, £275; watch, £295
Forest Lake Roadmaster, £595; cardigan, £250; T-shirt, £65; trousers, £175; sunglasses, £395

Since being founded as a manufacturer of waxed-cotton waterproof jackets in 1924, Belstaff has been an outfitter of choice for many aviators, freedom fighters and motor racers, such as Che Guevara and Steve McQueen. The Roadmaster is one of Belstaff’s most iconic jackets, introduced in 1981 and modelled on the design of the Trialmaster, a slim-silhouette jacket developed in 1948 to endure the Scottish Six Days Trial motorcycle competition.

Crafted in cambric cotton sourced from a historic British mill, the modernised Roadmaster has a closer, streamlined fit, and features the signature breathable and waterproof waxed finish that has been developed since the 1800s. Owing to the versatility and timelessness of its design, the Roadmaster looks as cool worn on a motorcycle as it does paired with a suit for the City.

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