The sartorial choices of John Dutton, the patriarch in the riveting drama series, ‘Yellowstone’, have made quite a statement, and none more so than his jackets. Now, before you get all giddy and excited, let’s clear the air. This isn’t a fashion show, it’s a ranch, and these jackets mean business.
Season 1 introduced us to an “Orange and Khaki” number that quickly became a Dutton staple. This Dutton Beige Cotton Jacket by F Jackets was so iconic that it continued to grace John’s rugged shoulders through seasons 2 and 3 as well. But let’s not forget the Hooded Cotton Jacket, a budget-friendly choice that doesn’t skimp on authenticity.
John Dutton, a man of discerning taste, showed his penchant for Carhartt in Season 2. He donned the Carhartt Men’s Arctic Quilt Lined Sandstone Traditional Coat, a testament to the brand’s craftsmanship, utility, and longevity. It’s a solid choice for anyone looking to embody a bit of that Dutton resilience.
Season 3 saw a switch to the classic Western Shearling Jacket. This fashion statement piece with a fur collar and leather shoulder details became synonymous with Yellowstone’s patriarch. Unfortunately, the original jacket is no longer available, but fear not, there are top-rated replicas available that will do the job just fine.
Lastly, John Dutton’s Season 4 jacket, the Blacktail Quilted RangeWax Jacket from Schaefer Outfitters, has raised the bar even higher. It’s a top-of-the-line jacket that has solidified Costner’s iconic status on Yellowstone1.
So there you have it, a rundown of John Dutton’s jackets through the seasons of ‘Yellowstone’. Not just for show, each jacket is a character in itself, just like the man who wears them. And remember, quality is king, just as it should be on a ranch like Yellowstone.