Trisha Cheeney’s jackets and bags are made almost entirely out of recycled materials. The insulated jacket uses around 214 plastic shopping bags and fleece made from recycled materials. The windbreaker is made of about 90 bags and mesh made from recycled materials.
Forest fire. Part of adidas‘ 2017 fall/winter collab with White Mountaineering, this oversized jacket puts a futuristic military spin on winter gear. It has angled front pockets, reflective logos and stylized three-stripes on the shoulders and cuffs. Also available in black.
Snowpiercer. Designer Greg Lauren brought an edge to luxury brand Moncler’s clean and shiny apparel by replacing all or part of them with his brand’s washed and weathered clothing and fabric. Lauren called his approach “destroyed elegance and imperfect perfection.”
Cool, calm and collecting W’s. Unlike most coach jackets, Adidas Originals and Wings + Horns’ version is made of cotton linen and mesh, so you’ll stay cool and light even with a shirt underneath it. It also has discreet hand pockets and Adidas’ stripes on the sleeves.
Japanese street-meets-workwear brand Neighborhood brings back its dope nylon Brooks jacket, this time with a huge Above All Others print at the back in the brand’s logo font. Available in white, red, navy and black. The matching mesh caps are flames too.
adidas teamed up with skateboarder Lucas Puig and his homies at Hélas for a dope ’80s-themed collection. The highlights are a track jacket, track pants and shorts that are all made of nylon. The drop also includes an all-white variant of the Matchcourt skate shoe.
Maharishi continues its peaceful military style with its spring/summer 2017 collection. The Tiger Stripe Murale features various apparel adorned with eye-catching camo. Some are reversible, but the highlight of the drop is the fishtail parka with reflective 3M fabric.
Sasquatchfabrix’s versatile overcoat returns in three excellent variants for spring. There’s a Haven exclusive variant made of dark gray flannel with sashiko stitching, one in washed all black cotton with sashiko stitching, and one in all black pig skin with sheep skin accents.
A weatherproof jacket with all of the features – and then some – of its competitors at almost half the price. It has lots of conveniently-placed pockets, a completely waterproof construction and a built-in RECCO locator. Kickstarter backers get a mid-layer jacket for free.
Nike and Undercover’s running jacket has three-layers of weather-repellent fabric, bonded and sealed seams, and a reverse-coil zipper so you can run in all conditions. It also has roomy pockets, reflective graphics and an adjustable hem and hood. Available in four colors.
A waterproof jacket designed to keep cyclists and bikers as visible as possible. Its main body is made of reflective fabric to keep you visible at night. It’s even easier to see than than the Atlas Jacket thanks to its bright green fabric and large red LEDs.
The perfect jacket for cyclists, it’s made from a reflective material embellished with a map design inspired by some of the world’s greatest cycling cities. The MapREflect fabric can be seen from nearly 650 feet away in a headlight beam, and is waterproof yet breathable.
Born in chilly Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA, Days Off is a new apparel brand that specializes in light and warm casual wear. The highlight of its debut collection is the Bennett, a jacket with a shell made entirely out of Tyvek. It also has magnetic closures and eyelets for ventilation.