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.
Keep your head and shoulders toasty warm in this 850-fill down jacket from Nau. Designed for easy packing, it’s surprisingly warm for its lightness. Made from recycled poly and renewable down.
No matter how hard we try to deny it, Winter is gradually making its way into our lives once again. Stay warm and dry this season with this stylish 625-fill duck down jacket from Canada Goose.
Triple Aught Designâ€™s thoughtful Stealth Hoodie bridges the gap between waterproof hardshells and highly breathable fleeces; 3 layer softshell, welded elbow seams, 6 pockets, media ports and D-ring.
The waterproof and windproof Arc Teryx Veilance Field Jacket features a microseam allowance to reduce weight, watertight zippers, articulated elbows and lots of pockets to keep your stuff dry.
The Derny Trench Jacket performs on a bike, with features like double-ended zip, rotated shoulders and extendable cuffs; the velvet collar and French cuffs help you to stay classy after your ride.
With the eleventh incarnation of Doctor Who now running on BBC, pay tribute to the tenth doctor’s legacy with this coat that’s so stylish your friends won’t even know you’re into cosplay.
This Chambray Shirt Jacket from Apolis Activism is a great lightweight layer for mild seasons. Made of Italian chambray with finished reinforced seams, underarm vents, side gussets and 4 pockets.
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