Clothes for work and play when temperatures dip.
Burton AK BK Lite Insulator Jacket ($250)
The Burton AK BK Lite Insulator jacket is a streetworthy layer with technical features. Constructed from water-resistant ripstop and plush down, it packs away in its own pocket.
Untuckit Epluchage Shirt ($98)
Denim is our favorite rugged everyday wear, so we were smitten when style pioneer Untuckit used it to make the Epluchage shirt. Red stitching at the hem adds understated flair.
Patagonia Powder Town Beanie ($39)
Unlike your old wool cap, Patagonia’s Powder Town beanie is recycled polyester, so it won’t give you an itchy head during your next pond-hockey epic.
Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter Watch ($950)
A diver’s dream, the stainless-steel Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter watch is water-resistant down to 200 meters, and is solar-powered—meaning no battery to replace.
Filson Down Cruiser Vest ($375)
For the discerning woodsman, the Filson Down Cruiser vest is made from rain-resistant canvas and stuffed with ultralight, ethically sourced 550-fill goose down.
North Street Bags Davis Daypack ($99 and up)
The North Street Bags Davis daypack has myriad commuter-friendly features. The best: Velcro strips for swapping accessory pockets.
Socksmith Bicycle Socks ($10)
Socksmith’s Bicycle socks, knit from cotton with a touch of spandex, are just as happy inside dress shoes as they are in roadie cleats.
Clarks Desert Boots ($140)
Nearly identical to the standard-issue footwear of British officers during World War II, Clarks Desert boots match leather uppers with rubber crepe outsoles for all-day comfort.