With all the talk of light weight spring jackets going on I haven't really talked about the Baracuta jacket since everyone is pretty familiar with it at this point. Well, Steven Alan has just released his take on the iconic piece of outerwear made famous by the likes of James Dean and Steve McQueen. The red colorway is a favorite of mine and a version of it, while not exactly a Baracuta, can be seen in Rebel Without A Cause (read all about that here). Most Baracuta's are pretty pricey, but the upside is that it is a 3 season jacket and can be worn practically year round depending on the weather in your neck of the woods. Mr. Alan's version is pretty faithful to the original, which you can still buy today, and features his own shirting as a liner, contrast buttons and a zipper pocket over the left breast. It's another reworked classic in the Steven Alan garmentography (copyright that term) and a winner as far as I am concerned. Excuse me while I pour myself a glass of milk.