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TAD Street Fighter Jacket

Created as a one-off to celebrate the completion of a classic bike restoration, the TAD Street Fighter Jacket ($950) is a limited edition that's worth the extra cash. Made from fine American leather sourced from Horween Leather in Chicago, the Street Fighter features a zippered side hideaway pocket, a gusseted back for freedom of movement, two interior snap pockets for added storage, zippered cuffs, and antiqued brass zippers. As an added bonus, the leather will break in and develop a patina that's unique to you, quickly making it look like a well-worn partner in crime instead of something you just grabbed off the nearest mannequin. [Scouted by Tyler]

  • Nanamica Field Jacket

    Most good-looking wool coats aren't so great in the rain, and most raincoats aren't so good looking. The Nanamica Field Jacket ($1,200) bridges this gap with a wool-based Gore-Tex out and fully tapered seams that make it both breathable and waterproof, but also combine with the unique style — which includes a slash pocket, patch pockets, and an interior zip pocket — to create a garment that looks so good, you won't mind wearing it in sunny weather.

  • Orvis Ultimate Travel Jacket

    We've all done it: headed out on a journey, only to find ourselves cramming every pocket we can find with random receipts, food stuffs, and other junk, until each looks and feels as if it's about to burst. The Orvis Ultimate Travel Jacket ($325) should help alleviate this problem, what with its 23 outer and five interior pockets, including a right-side water bottle, and other travel-friendly features like removable sleeves and hood and an easily washable/collapsible cotton/nylon build.