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.
Everyone plays on the same money-grubbin’ team with Cashletes’ athletic-style apparel; perfect for entrepreneurs and CEOs, we’re siding with the Washington Dead Presidents.
If you’ve ever wanted to look like a Lieutenant in Sauron’s army, this Louis Vuitton Alligator Officers Jacket is made with tanned gator skin and sports gold buttons and epaulettes.
The movie’s not out yet, but Belstaff’s Inglourious Basterds Lt. Coat (worn by Brad Pitt in the movie) sports a WW2 rugged look with Antique 10 wax cotton and a sheepskin shawl collar.
Styled like something out of a comic book, Rukka’s Airob jacket packs Cordura AFT fabric, CE-certified body armor, a Gore-Tex inner jacket, and double-layer fabric in crash zones.
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