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.
Refrigiwear’s Blinket jacket is made in America by the 50-year old industrial outerwear company, so you know it’ll last; it’s thickly padded with polyester and wrapped in a 100% nylon shell.
Packed with pockets and ribbed knit details, Addict’s Herringbone C-Law jacket is an unconventional blend of old with new. We particularly dig the two-way Riri zip chest pocket.
Made with Italian wool, these DWP Premium Hoodies are an exercise in different patterns while retaining a clean-cut aesthetic: choose from houndstooth, pinstriping and plaid.
Its slim fitting shape doesn’t look it, but Obey’s No Direction Fleece Jacket is plenty warm; made from polar fleece and coated with PU leather, it resembles M-65 military field jackets.
We’re digging the clean lines of this leather Michael Modern Bomber Jacket by Rock & Republic; if features ribbed collars, matching front pockets and a unique neck scoop.
Indie-apparel maker Homeroom has just released their Fall/Winter collection; our top pick goes to the simple but asymmetric Portman Hoodie; it’s inspired by vintage motorcycle jackets.
Timberland’s Abington 3-in-1 Poplin Coat is our kind of apparel: not only is it rugged, waterproof and warm, but it features an inner zip jacket as well as a hidden storm collar and hood.
Wrinkles should always be in style, if only so we never have to iron; Superdry’s Brad Jacket epitomizes this look with distressed vintage leather; even David Beckham wears it.
It looks like an 8-bit NES game exploded in your pants, but Burton’s Pixelated Waterfall One Piece has been getting rave reviews for its heat retention, breathability and 10k waterproof rating.
Nau’s Profile Fleece Jacket is stealthy in terms of style: understated from a distance, an up-close inspection reveals raw edges, recycled polyester construction and an asymmetric zip.
Only Dr. Romanelli could pull off hunter’s plaid with merino: these reconstructed jackets mix outdoor elements with more upscale materials; they’re available at HUF LA and SF.
As its name implies, the simple yet stylish Dualist Jacket both keeps the wearer warm and wicks away moisture; its made with breathable merino wool and is wind and water resistant.
It’s hard to pick just one of Cardboard Robot’s hoodies. They use a mix of creative printing techniques, from dyeing to all-over/belt; Arsenal of Democracy is our favorite.
With a wool body, leather arms and ribbed stripes, this Edwin Left Field Jacket has varsity sports written all over it; however, it’s been given a Japanese touch with a slimmer, snugger fit.
Brown tweed herringbone? No, you didn’t accidentally raid your grandpa’s closet; this Barbary Coast Jacket by Jerry Fish is plenty modern with a superFishal logo and bunny skull pins.
A true snorkel parka is warmer, but Timberland’s Benton Short Snorkel Jacket is street-styled yet protective, with a waterproof coating, faux-fur trim and 200g of polyfill for warmth.
This Zipup Jacket by South Korea-based Motobe has an understated look that works well both with layers and without, making it ideal for winter; it’s equivalent in size to a US medium.
North Face’s Six Nations Hoodie pays homage to the nations of the six men who hiked across Antarctica in 1990; it features a slick, embossed tone-on-tone design with the national flags.
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