The Tropiformer is a lightweight and water-resistant jacket with plenty of compartments for gadgets and other personal belongings, even tablets. You can also remove its sleeves and wear it as a vest.
Cuddle your inner wild child with the Griz Coat, a faux fur coat with a silly fake bear head-hood large enough to hide your entire face. Thankfully it’s detachable, though the fake claws are not.
Made by Stone Island for its 30th anniversary, the outer structure of the President Knit jacket has thousands of tiny glass beads, making it incredibly reflective. And incredibly expensive.
This jacket should be called Beer Smuggler, because that’s what it does. It has insulated inner pockets that lets the wearer hide drinks and keep them cool. Its zipper doubles as a bottle opener.
A collection of hooded jackets with built-in goggles. The hood has air holes at the nose and ears for breathability when the hood is fully zipped up. The pom pom and lenses are detachable.
Stay frosty when the cold weather comes with these hooded varsity jackets. Available in four colors, it has a wool body and leather sleeves. The hood can be unzipped and flattened.
Firmament’s Stone Island 30/30 Multi Jacket consists of a liner and a shell. Both are reversible and can be worn together or alone for a total of 30 combinations. Think of it as getting 30 $70 jackets.
A reversible jacket made from a special three-layer fabric. The dark side keeps you warm while the light side is for keeping cool. The jacket is also breathable and waterproof.
A concept garment for the future, the Aegis provides not just protection from weather, but sensors which track pollutants, and alert you to don the built in respirator when air quality is poor.
A lightweight, waterproof jacket for Spring. Plentiful pockets, including an internal one for gadgets, and a hood big enough for a helmet. A hidden reflective strip pops out of the back zipper for night riding.