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.
New for Diesel’s SS09 line: this Jomess-Service jacket is a nice bridge between the cooler and warmer months, with a lightly-baffled Tecno fabric shell, 7 pockets and a hooded neckline.
North Face’s Mercurial Jacket is reversible not just for looks: the baffled silvery side allows heat to escape and reflects 39-47% more of the sun’s rays than the warming black side.
Blending both Chinese and US Army styles may be an unholy union to some, but CLOT’s General M65 jacket has us doing double takes with its gold accents, flap pockets and epaulets.
With triumvirate styling inside and out, Nixon’s Goose jacket in leather rocks form-fitting biker styling; it’s minimally softened with quilted details, swiss made zippers and ribbed accents.
Heritage1981′s Pinstripe Windbreaker blends utility with just a bit of a style while keeping things affordable; the discreet pinstriping plays well with the white piping and navy interior.
A step above casual, we had a hard time choosing just one of D Collection’s stylish jackets; suit-like features, versatile pockets and an excellent fit make these real head turners.
Digital camo on the outside and solid inside, we like how Maharashi’s Reversible F67 jacket lets you choose between urban and preppy casual with slash pockets on both sides.
With ribbed details and pocket patches, Monarchy’s Hoody Sweater is reminiscent of those worn by British commandos; adjustable side straps let you size according to your waist.
9grand’s hooded Eastwood jacket is a bit schizophrenic, with lumberjack plaid up top and along the sleeves; still, it’s a decent mashup of the great outdoors with urban casual.
Available in black or grey, 3sixteen’s Field Jacket is a contradiction of sorts; its snap button pockets and military styling give it a hard edge, but its fleece gives it a soft touch.
New for this winter yet sporting 80s stripes, Triple FAT Goose’s Hooded Jacket is made with glazed cire fabric and finished with a raccoon fur hood; choose from black or brown.
Rocked by Run DMC in the 80s, Double Goose revisits old school style with their V Bomber Jacket; it’s 70% down and 30% feathers and sports Double Goose studs and tags.
The devil is in the details with this Absence of Light jacket by LRG; textured raw denim, double stitching, shoulder epaulets, tons of pockets and ribbed details = awesome urban wear.
Nau continues its tradition of slim fitting, highly efficient apparel with its Down Shirt; it’s actually a jacket, but with tightly packed polyester fabric. 30% off with code: GIVE, good through 12/15.
Hyrule in the house: this Linked Hoodie is loaded with goodies that should be familiar to any Zelda fan without being ostentatious; it includes a double lined hood and a pouch pocket.
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