South Korean streetwear brand Antimatter adds an electronic twist to their draped look. They have a bomber jacket, an anorak and a poncho in all black that are adorned with icons like those found on VHS and CD players as well as smartphones.
This comfy bomber jacket is made of French terry cotton. It has a hidden chest pocket, custom two-way zippers, raglan sleeves and a large reflective Asics logo at the back. Available in gray, navy and black. Part of a collection inspired by the Tiger Gel-Lyte III.
Perhaps the most versatile jacket in our closet, the Quick Duck Jefferson is rugged, yet flexible and lightweight. It offers 3M Thinsulate for warmth, and a Rain Defender water-repellent finish, making it the perfect jacket for getting work done, and looking good while you do it.
NuDown’s athletic Squaw Peak jacket offers on-demand warmth by replacing traditional feathers with inflatable air chambers; Recco technology in the sleeve makes you findable in an avalanche. Pump it up, and enjoy being the safest, toastiest person on the mountain.
We love the freedom of movement in Adidas Outdoor’s down hoodie. Ripstop nylon, heat seals and guards minimize cold spots and 800+ fill power 90/10 goose down make you feel like you’re wearing nothing. The styling is sick too – perfect for city or mountain.