This lightweight microfiber ripstop jacket from Spiewak provides protection from the winds and rains of the seasons, and keeps you stylish with ribbed collar, flap pockets and elasticized trim.
One of the best-looking and creative takes on the M65 jacket we’ve seen, Wings + Horn’s Chambray Mountain Parka is waterproof and sports taped seams and double entry pockets.
It’s all about the pockets with Comune’s Luke Denim Bomber; the jacket sports a button flap and zip pockets up front, a rain yoke with concealed welt pocket, and even more pockets inside.
Nau’s 100% recycled polyester Lightbeam Jacket is its lightest ever; available in regular or stripes, it’s packable, water-resistant and features an offset front zipper and zip-away hood.
Obey’s Iggy Jacket brings a military staple to Spring with light weight dry-way poplin; shoulder epaulets and a metal badge complete the M-65 look, but it also sports a hidden zip hood.
adidas Originals slightly blings-out its Superstar Tracktop with the Sty TT SS C.O.; the jacket sports a two-way zip, logo, and 3-stripes in gold, slash pockets, and black polyester fabric.
Punk Drunkers and DSSF team up for this old-school Players Only Space Invaders jacket; the embroidered art, coin slot zipper, and pi score = retro-tastic. Thanks, Devon!
No claws or sideburns, but this Wolverine Jacket is an official replica from the first X-Men film with hand-distressed genuine leather, metal dog tags, and an X-Men sew-in label.
Compared to the tee, Obey’s Make Art Not War is a more appropriate medium for Al Rockoff’s iconic DoH photo; it’s styled like an M65 field jacket with Rockoff’s print in the interior.
686 and Levis’ Trucker mixes denim style and technical details; it’s a snowboard jacket with taped seams, a waterproof yet breathable shell, iPod stash, and Recco avalanche beeper.
Check out the official pictures for the Star Wars x adidas apparel and footwear lines; part of its Spring/Summer 2010 collection, it’ll be available in January 2010 at adidas Originals stores.
A super clean leather and wool outer belies a technical interior with Nike’s Varsity Jacket; it features waterproof zippers, breathable stress zones, and light but warm Thermore filling.
Rapha’s Bomber Jacket melds street style with cyclist-friendly features; it features articulated and reinforced shoulders, bonded seams, a thick jersey rib, and weatherproof fabric.
Ludwig’s M65-style Washington Jacket stays true to its ranger roots but isn’t afraid to throw in a few twists; it features a slight sheen finish, contrast plaid lining, and removable hoody.
Heat up the slopes while keeping out the cold with Billabong’s Marius Jacket; it sports a blinding-hot pixelated print, 10k waterproofing, underarm zips, powder skirt, and seam taping.
Lightweight yet comfy, Nike’s Expedition Down Jacket goes all-black; it features 800-fill goose down, media player pocket, lined pockets, fleece cuffs, and folds down into a drawstring bag.
The camel leather isn’t for everyone, but the Dannier Bike Jacket cuts a sharp profile with slash flap and zip pockets, military-style shoulder epaulets, mock neck, and 4-button cuffs.
Say goodbye to layers with Klymit’s gas-insulated outerwear: using canisters filled with argon (a noble gas which retains heat well), your vest can be inflated or deflated as needed.
Nike’s K2 Expedition is a technical mountaineer’s jacket; it’s subject to 25 wash cycles to establish waterproofing, is fully seam sealed, and includes a brushed mesh lining with music pocket.
Decked out with a view of the Tokyo skyline, Nike’s Pikasso Windrunner provides an easy out if you prefer something more subtle: it’s reversible with a clean black tonal on the inside.
Analog’s Glasgow Jacket looks urban, but it’ll serve you well on the slopes; it sports a 10,000mm waterproof poly twill shell, hand warmer pockets, MP3 sound port and adjustable hood.
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