An evolution of Dainese’s motorcyclist-oriented Wave Safety Jacket, the V Neck Wave Jacket increases neck cervical support, thereby protecting against wind and jerky movement.
We’ve featured Tyvek apparel in the past, but Stone Island’s Iridescent Hooded Jacket literally lets the lightweight (yet) durable material shine; it also sports a mesh lining for warmth.
Philips’ Haptics Jacket gets you touchy-feely about a movie, literally; outfitted with 64 actuators, it creates “emotional immersion” with touches on your arm and shivers up your spine.
The Kameo Jax Jacket sports a military-inspired 100% cotton shell with digitized camo print, shoulder epaulets, four flap pockets and drawstrings; we also like the hideaway hood.
Fully buttoned up you’ll look like a Helghast, but at least you’ll be jamming to your iPod: the Hero ICU 3 Speaker Jacket features built-in goggles, speakers and soft-touch controls.
We’re in the thick of spring, so Orisue’s cut n’ sew Lestrade Nylon Jacket is ideal for indecisive wearers; zippers on both arms allow you to choose between full or 3/4 sleeves.
From a distance a standard Finnish Army anorak, CTRL’s Jakarta Jacket gets pretty trippy up close with titled flap and slash pockets, double giant cinches and hieroglyphic art.
Quite possibly the best motorcycle bag ever, Ogio’s Flight Vest features 12 pockets, numerous loops and attachment points, a 2.0L hydration bladder and mesh panels for ventilation.
Lest your friends doubt your T-virus tracking skills, Capcom is selling two authentic BSAA jackets complete with patches and livery; you’ll need an Umbrella Corp-sized bank account.
Nau’s 2009 line emphasizes portability, and the Succinct Trench is no exception; this waterproof, 2.5 layer jacket is light and easy to fold for storage in your backpack or briefcase.
The RuckJack is an interesting two-fer: it’s a lightweight, waterproof jacket that can be easily folded down into a backpack, making it ideal for any number of outdoor situations.
Called Never Stop A Rolling Stone, Rahel Ritchi’s jacket features a quirky self-inflatable hood; it’s designed to double as a pillow for travelers on long bus rides. Thanks, Anthony!
Nike takes the US Military’s classic M-1965 field jacket and gives it an organic makeover with this Hemp-blend 65 Jacket; it’s water resistant and lined with red satin for warmth and comfort.
Baracuta’s G9 jacket gets a modern update thanks to a Kent & Curwen collab; cotton is swapped out for perfed leather, although the classic Fraser tartan plaid lining remains.
Using a hard to rip material normally reserved for USPS mail envelopes, Rick Owens’ Funnell Tyvek Leather Jacket sports a light to dark gradient, distressed leather and an oversized collar.
Studded with Monarchy buttons, this Columbia Trench is a looker with a double-breasted jack style, thickly reinforced edges, military shoulders and an adjustable looped belt.
GRN Apple Tree’s Transplant Jacket stands apart without being flashy; this slim-fit denim jacket is plenty warm and comes with innovative button details on the shoulder and back.
Worn by sailors in the Volvo Ocean Race, Puma’s Offshore Racing Jacket protects against wind and water with triple layer Gore-tex, face guard, taped seams and fleece-lined pockets.
We like the low-key approach of Adidas’ Super Track Jacket; made out of dark unwashed Japanese denim, the familiar triple stripes run from sleeve to sleeve without being flashy.
Well known for apparel that shows up in Hollywood films, Belstaff’s slick heavyweight wax cotton Trialmaster Jacket is based on the same one worn by Will Smith in I Am Legend.
Nothing screams 80s geek chic like this NES Varsity Jacket, licensed by Nintendo and appliqued with a giant controller on the back and a smaller one on the front; it’s limited to 1,000.
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