The Belstaff Trialmaster is a classic cool guy item. While Barbour coats were for the hunter and the outdoorsman, Belstaff was for the biker and the badass. The now Italian based company (in an effort to save the brand, Belstaff moved from England in the 1960's) doesn't peddle its wears for cheap though and a new jacket easily runs north of $500. Aside from the standard issue nylon and waxed jackets available in an "everyday" color palette, it is the rare red Trialmaster that I currently have my eye on. Unfortunately even a Belstaff sale is out of my price range, but that's where J. Crew comes in.
J. Crew has been selling the original Belstaff models for a while now, but they also offer their own ripoff of the very same coat, and it just so happens that the ripoff is in the much coveted red colorway. For $200 this is a pretty good bargain. It is unlikely you are going to find a knock off with as good of an attention to detail while still keeping the price manageable. I realize that this isn't the most practical jacket in the world, but it doesn't hurt to have that once piece that can be your stylistic middle finger to the world. A red nylon racer jacket like this says a lot and I'm blindly agreeing with all of it. If you do happen to currently be swimming in a pool of gold coins, ala Scrooge McDuck, then these are probably more your speed.