Part hoodie, part sleeping bag, all warm. The Poler Napsack ($130) is a hybrid of... something, we're sure, with a built-in hood, zippers at the shoulders for sticking your arms out, a cinch at the bottom for sticking your legs out, hiking it up to your waist, or making sure your feet don't stick out, a chest pocket, hand pockets, a soft microfiber lining, and leather cinch tabs for the hood. Just think of it as a slightly more dignified and rugged Snuggie.
The weather's not going to stay nice forever — and when it breaks, you can be ready in the Outlier Supermarine Anorak ($580). Made in NYC from Italian Supermarine Cotton, it offers a fully-removable magnetic front piece, two-way side vent zippers, 4Season side body panels, elastic cuffs, a partial front zipper, a front kangaroo pocket, and a back zippered carry pocket for larger items.
When hot summer days give way to cool summer nights, it's nice to have a jacket around — and the Aether Ultralight Jacket ($195) is a fine choice. Made from a soft microfiber fabric, it feels great against your skin, and justifies its price with small-yet-appreciated details like Lycra bindings at the neck and cuff to prevent chafing and block out wind, low-profile pit zips for staying ventilated, and gripper tape on the interior hem to ensure it stays put. Terrific for running or cycling, but for us, it'll get the most use during late evening visits to the local golf course.
Looking for versatility in your outerwear? The Travelteq Travel Jacket ($TBA) might be just up your alley. Designed to function as both a formal and casual jacket, the Travel Jacket is reversible, with two side pockets and a breast pocket on one side, built-in earphone clips, and a lightweight nylon build. Coming soon.