Fall = one of the most beautiful seasons of the year, but also one of the most annoying… we just don’t know how to dress anymore! The weather keeps switching; the rain comes and go; the wind is getting stronger and colder. Getting a versatile and windproof jacket is a great idea, to continue enjoying the city and the outdoors.
The North Face’s Apex Elevation
Made for outdoor activities that require a good dose of energy, the Apex Elevation jacket will keep you warm while you have fun, with the 100g PrimaLoft insulation. A great coat for chilly climates – good for the city and the adventure.
Atom AR Hoody by Arc’teryx
This extremely compressible, light and compact jacket will keep you cozy when it’s cold – with the synthetic Coreloft insulation. It’s aslo a good under layer that breathes well and is water-resistant.
With its 40g of Thinsulate insulation and its waterproof features, the Cambridge jacket will keep you safe from the elements, while being 100% stylish. Plus, it has an adjustable hood and a reinforced media pocket.
Fjällräven’s Down Shirt No. 1
This ultra-stylish vest is also very practical and versatile. With its water-resistant outside shell made out of eco G-1000 material, its organic coton accents and its down duvet insulation, you can wear it in the spring, fall, or with an extra vest in the winter.
Mountain Hardwear’s Micro Ratio
This hooded vest from Mountain Hardwear – insulated with Q. Shield down duvet – is water-resistant and will retain your body warmth. It is perfect for cool temperatures, or as an extra-layer under a ski or expedition jacket.