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 Arada
I have to say, the Arada is one of the most interesting coats from The North Face – perfectly mixing an urban and vintage look – thanks to its waxed cotton fabric. It also got a Sherpa fleece lining that will protect you from the colder temperatures. The Arada is the jacket that Altitude Sports chose for its limited edition collab with The North Face.
Fjällräven’s Greenland Parka
Inspired by the 1972’s Fjällräven edition, the Greenland Parka is made to be practical: you get multiple pockets, a solid hood and a great polyester lining to protect you from the rain and humidity. The G-1000 fabric – entirely thought and developed by the brand – is durable and waterproof, perfect for fall and winter.
The Helix from Icebreaker is an extremely durable piece of clothing. While having a perfect feminine fit, its MerinoLOFT insulation will regulate your body heat and keep you comfortable all day long. It’s a great jacket for any fall or winter outdoor activities.
Fjällräven’s Keb Padded
One of the most appreciated features from the Keb Padded is its great capacity to compress. With a polyester lining and shell, Fjällräven is offering a light, waterproof and great looking insulated jacket. While adopting a nice urban style, its numerous pockets, its two way zipper and its adjustable hood are also making it a very practical coat.
Straibo by Arc’teryx
The Straibo is the perfect fusion between a contemporary look and Arc’teryx’s incomparable expertise regarding technical clothing. With its super light fabrics and its great breathability, this jacket is very versatile: perfect for a long winter walk, a day spent on the mountain or walking around the city.