A slim and short coach jacket from Comme de Garcons casual wear sub-label Ganryu. It’s made of nylon with polyester lining and has angled side pockets, drawcord adjustable hem, Velcro chest patch and a bright orange collar. Available in navy or black.
NikeLab made jackets for the eventual American and Brazilian medalists at the 2016 Olympics to wear when they receive their award. The jackets have a windproof front, ventilated side and rear and ribbed knit sleeves for comfort. Drops 7/28/16.
The three stripes and the three sides are about to own summer with this dope collection. The line features ’90s sportswear and accessories such as a towel jacket, a reflective crewneck and a polo shirt straight from your uncle’s hamper. Drops 5/21/16.
A handsome and cozy jacket made of heavy 16oz. Pendleton melton wool. The Project Jacket’s chest and side patch pockets are hand-matched with the rest of the fabric. The side pockets have convenient top and side entries.
Carhartt’s durable rain coat is designed to keep you dry, while offering comfort and flexibility. Not only is its shell waterproof, but its seams are too. It’s got a temperature-regulating lining, and zippered underarms for airflow.
This comfy bomber jacket is made of French terry cotton. It has a hidden chest pocket, custom two-way zippers, raglan sleeves and a large reflective Asics logo at the back. Available in gray, navy and black. Part of a collection inspired by the Tiger Gel-Lyte III.
Nike and Undefeated’s Speed Destroyed collection celebrates the 50th Super Bowl with black and gold shoes and apparel, including an imposing varsity jacket with 50 stars at the back, an Air Trainer 1 and an Ultra XT.
Perhaps the most versatile jacket in our closet, the Quick Duck Jefferson is rugged, yet flexible and lightweight. It offers 3M Thinsulate for warmth, and a Rain Defender water-repellent finish, making it the perfect jacket for getting work done, and looking good while you do it.
Harris Wharf’s playing it fast and loose with the word “parka” as well as what one costs. Perhaps you can hit up your neighborhood tailor and have them whip up an oversized hooded jacket in their finest wool.
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