When hot summer days give way to cool summer nights, it's nice to have a jacket around — and the Aether Ultralight Jacket ($195) is a fine choice. Made from a soft microfiber fabric, it feels great against your skin, and justifies its price with small-yet-appreciated details like Lycra bindings at the neck and cuff to prevent chafing and block out wind, low-profile pit zips for staying ventilated, and gripper tape on the interior hem to ensure it stays put. Terrific for running or cycling, but for us, it'll get the most use during late evening visits to the local golf course.
Going for the European secret agent look this winter? The Mission Workshop Eiger Waterproof Field Jacket ($700) can help you achieve this lofty fashion goal. Made from Schoeller c_change — a Swiss-made, wool-faced fabric featuring a waterproof, heat-reactive membrane to help regulate body temperature while offering comprehensive protection from rain, wind, and snow — the Eiger also sports a traditional four-pocket front, two internal media pockets, a large, cycling-style rear compartment, full-seam taping, and a three-point adjustable hood that's perfect for concealing your identity during late-night operations.