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.
What’s better than a wearable blanket? A wearable sleeping bag, that’s what. The Poler Napsack is an extra long puffy coat that will keep you warm whether you’re inside the house or outdoors.
With the heathered look and feel of wool, nau’s water resistant Vice jacket’s recycled poly/organic cotton fabric blends the technical benefits of a soft shell with the soft texture of natural fibers.
Going for a hike, but like to travel light? JakPak is a waterproof jacket that turns into a single-person sleeping bag and tent to protect you from the elements, freeing your backpack for other things.
Stone Island’s Heat Reactive Jacket is now offered in green; the cotton nylon canvas fabric is coated with thermosensitive liquid crystals that change the garment’s color depending on the temperature.
Composed of Polartec Thermal Pro, Triple Aught Design’s Pathfinder Jacketâ€™s hardface can handle more abuse than standard fleece, is water resistant and features standup collar, chin flap and pit vents.
Inspired by the classic Harrington Jacket, Triple Aught Design’s Vanguard Jacket offers a fresh modern version, with water and stain resistant fabric and a secret stow pocket in the back hem.
We like the Italian-made, Ivy League-inspired look of Billy Reid’s Patterson Jacket, made of washed cotton velvet with patch pockets, buffalo horn buttons, 100% cotton lining and side back vents.
Inspired by Barbourâ€™s rich history in motorcycle wear, the deluxe Vintage International Jacket features heavy distressed looking leather and a warm woolen tartan lining. (Thanks Patrick!)
The mid-weight Orion jacket from Mission Workshop keeps you comfy with its temperature-reactive fabric, which blocks the most severe weather while breathing to regulate body heat.
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