With winter on the way out, it's time to secure the right outerwear before the warm weather hits. The Anorak from Everlane is an uncomplicated, functional choice to help make the season transition seamless. With an adjustable hood, double-sided slant pockets, and a lightweight, smooth fabric, it's what you'll reach for when you head outside and aren't quite sure how the weather will shake out. It's made from water resistant polyester, which gives it a wrinkle free texture, further reinforcing the utilitarian yet minimalist qualities that make it so tempting.
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You've got a great coat, gloves, boots, and maybe even a hat to ward off Winter's chill. But each time you step out into the freezing temperatures, your face and neck remain exposed. The Outlier Hood provides excellent protection from the neck up, with an inner layer of merino knit to keep things soft, a mid layer of Primaloft Infinity insulation to keep things warm, and an outer layer of cotton from Switzerland to repel the wind and remain breathable. A cozy headpiece that keeps Winter at bay, but won't make you look like a sweaty mess after it's removed.
Blending classic style with modern materials, the Mission Workshop Styrman Waterproof Topcoat is a smart mix of old and new. It's built from Swiss-made Schoeller c_change fabric, which uses a waterproof, breathable, and heat-reactive membrane to regulate body temperature. The exterior of wool lends a luxury feel to the product, while the full-seam taping, removable hood, and aforementioned membrane keep you dry. Made in Vancouver, it's finished with two internal and two zippered hand-warmer pockets.
Mixing classic motorcycle aesthetics with rugged outdoor reliability, the Barbour X Deus Ex Machina Horace Jacket is ready to keep you warm on cold winter rides. It's made using a super heavyweight, water-resistant waxed cotton that's treated to achieve a leather-like vintage finish, and features a traditional four-pocket layout, warm lining, sturdy metal snaps, and a variety of leather detailing.