The trucker jacket has more of an American twang than most other outerwear here, but somehow road haulier and vehicular logistics personnel jacket didn't have the same ring to it. It is an interpretation of what most people might think of as a denim jacket, with a short body, open collar, and front of four pockets.
The collar has a round, "hooked" shape, probably most happy when folded open. The jacket has the expected and traditional cross-chest seam, into which are built two pockets, with pleats running in parallel, and which themselves — less expected and traditional — disguise two more pockets.
There are more pleats at the back of the trucker jacket, too, meanwhile — another homage to certain types of denim jackets from way-back-when. The ones here serve as the launchpad for a short rear belt, which helps pull the body together and keep it from flapping around in sometimes unwelcome fashion.