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.
Aerotype’s Hi-Tech Jacket is Hi-Priced too, but you’ll stay alive and wired: it sports MP3 and phone sleeve controls and can store surplus heat that’ll be emitted if you’re under an avalanche.
Timberland’s Benton 3-in-1 jacket gets a Poplin refresh; it’s otherwise still a three-fer with a waterproof outer (1) and fleece inner (2), both of which can be worn separately or together (3).
Monarchy’s M7 Trench Jacket is an update of the classic trenchcoat with a mock neck, military-style button tab shoulders, double-breasted button front and flap button pockets.
Part of Wings + Horns’ F/W 2009 Collection, this MK2 Field Jacket gets a Melton Wool makeover for warmth; it otherwise features four flap pockets, a flared collar and epaulets.
The Creature Hoodie: Sasquatch Edition gets technical: it sports Polartec fleece, YKK zips, an iPod pocket with headphone port, reinforced elbow patches, and integrated claws/gloves.
Available 10/10 in NYC, Miami and LA, this Livestrong x Nike M65 Jacket is water resistant and can fold into one pocket thanks to no-weld seams; regular, no-collab jacket here.
A modern take on the classic work jacket, Edwin’s Flathead Jacket is made with 14 oz unwashed Japanese selvage denim and features rivet reinforced pockets and a flannel lining.
Acronym’s SS-J16 Softshell Jacket is full of technical goodies: removable Forcelock (it clips earbuds to your collar), removable Jacketsling and a hidden watch zipper in the wrist.
Dad and grandpa’s jackets make a comeback with Penfield’s F/W 2009 jackets; both the Stapleton and Rockford feature vintage-style shoulder yokes and come in a variety of materials.
Nike’s Michael Jordan Letterman Jacket celebrates his induction into the Hall of Fame; it’s basically his whole career embroidered onto a sleeve, with points, MVPs, steals and more.
Cappel’s Newcastle Jacket is both the slope and city-friendly, with a suit-like cut and gray denim outer; it sports Thinsulate insulation, body/sleeve vents and a removable hood.
Based on a 1944 Marines Utility Uniform, Apolis Activism’s USMC Jacket features a heavy 100% waxed cotton shell and includes a removable 100% virgin wool liner.
Turn yourself into a human thermometer with Stone Island’s Ice Jacket: thermo-sensitive liquid crystals in the fabric change colors from light blue to dark blue between 10°-15° C.
Decked out with epaulettes, OBEY’s Garcia Jacket mixes the utility of a military jacket with cold weather-friendly elements; it sports a fleece sweatshirt lining and sherpa-lined hood.
Available for preorder: Marc Ecko’s Star Wars-themed collaboration continues with new hoodies, bubble jackets and track jackets; top picks: X-Wing Pilot and Storm Trooper.
It’s not going to render you invisible, but Stone Island’s Stealth Coat mixes military and sportswear styling while hiding a heavily pocketed nylon inner layer underneath its wool outer shell.
Ludwig’s Ranger Jacket is a military jacket for both the hard working and hardly working; made with 100% cotton broken twill, it features magnetic buttons and a drawcord waist.
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