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Suits

Ministry of Supply Labs 3D Suit

Ministry of Supply Labs 3D Suit
$248-$448  Buy Comment

The Labs 3D jacket and pants look just like a normal suit but they’re just as warm and comfortable as sweats, thanks to its four-way stretch polyester fabric. They’re machine-washable too. Available in gray or navy blue.

Ministry of Supply Aviator 2 Suit

Ministry of Supply Aviator 2 Suit
$138-$348  Buy Comment

The Aviator 2 warp knit jacket and pants were made to let you move. They’re made of breathable polyester and 4-way stretch fibers for unrestricted movement. They’re also machine washable and wrinkle-resistant.

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The $4000, 10-Month Suit

The $4000, 10-Month Suit

(Gore) After making a sandwich from scratch, How to Make Everything spent nearly an entire year gathering plants, harassing and harming animals, weaving, knitting and more to make a suit. If you thought the sandwich was bad…

Quiksilver True Wetsuits

Quiksilver True Wetsuits

Quiksilver Japan teamed up with ad agency TBWA\HAKUHODO to create the most stylish wetsuit ever – the True Wetsuit perfectly mimics business suits and tuxedos. Sadly, at about $2500, it costs as much as a custom Italian suit.

Betabrand Flashback Collection

Betabrand Flashback Collection
~$49-$410  Pledge Link Comment

Clothes made of glass-coated fabric. If someone takes a picture of you with a flash when you’re wearing any of these, the glass will reflect the flash back at the camera, obscuring your face in the process. If only they worked without a flash.

Visual Guide for Suits & Shoes

Visual Guide for Suits & Shoes

Redditor stRafaello made a handy chart that breaks down what kind of suits are best for certain occasions, as well as what shoes go well with those suits. It also ranks leather shoes based on formality and versatility.

The Suitsy

The Suitsy

Jesse Herzog must think that April Fools is in September. He’s on Betabrand gathering votes for his idea – a business suit onesie – a zip-up shirt with a jacket and a pair of pants stitched to it. Even his dog can’t decide how it feels about this.

Commuter Suit

Commuter Suit
$485  Buy Comment

Parker Dusseau’s Commuter Suit is made of breathable fabric, has a zipped opening on the upper arm for extra ventilation as well as hidden reflective lining for cyclists. Matching pants and shirts are also available.

Nanotech Storm Suit

Nanotech Storm Suit
$629  Buy Comment

Indochino’s cutting edge suit is made of nanotech fabric, making it resistant to liquids, stains, wrinkles and odors. It also has a removable insulating vest, earphone hole and a gadget pocket.

Indochino Custom Suits

Indochino Custom Suits

Stylish guys will like the customization options and cool details in the modern suits from Indochino. Bonus: every suit is hand chalked and cut exactly to your measurement by a veteran Master Tailor.

Mad Men Suit

Mad Men Suit
$998  Buy Comment

Inspired by the suits seen in the AMC TV series, this Mad Men Suit cuts a slim 1960s profile with narrow lapels, grey wool sharkskin and 2-button slanted pockets. Thanks, John!

HULC Exoskeleton

HULC Exoskeleton

With no joystick or other controls, the HULC is essentially a passive exoskeleton; hydraulics let wearers carry up to 200 lbs, whether deep squatting, crawling or upper body lifting.

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