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Patagonia Special Edition Down Sweater

With an insane "fog" color scheme only Kanye could love, the Patagonia Special Edition Down Sweater ($275) is a loud way to keep warm this winter. Stuffed with 900-fill-power European goose down, this zip-up is half the weight of its normal counterpart, and also features Deluge DWR water-repellent coating on the ripstop nylon exterior, three zippered pockets, a drawcord hem, and elastic cuffs to keep out the cold, which may or may not be necessary depending on how likely you are to wear the thing in public.

  • Nau Vice Blazer

    As the weather warms and we transition from thick coats to slimmer jackets (okay, maybe not yet, but soon), the Nau Vice Blazer ($225) is there to keep you looking stylish through the spring. Made from wind-resistant, recycled poly/organic cotton fabric treated with a DWR finish to provide water repellency, the Vice offers a vaguely military-chic look, with shaped cuffs, button-close lower front and left chest pockets, a rear right-side zippered pocket, and a tall collar that functions equally well down or popped.

  • M-65 Field Coat

    Used by our military for the past three decades — and during the Vietnam War — the M-65 Field Coat ($100) is a rugged piece of outerwear. It features a NYCO wind and tear resistant, water repellent 50% cotton/50% nylon sateen outer shell, a bi-swing back for full range of movement, waist, hood and bottom hem drawcords, a concealed hood, a zippered front closure with snap cover, and buttons in place for the ALS/92 liner attachment.