Oh yeah, and the stuff's more comfortable, too
Outdoor tech meets urban apparel.
Proof Oxford Shirt ($98)
The tech mix of nylon and Lycra with good old-fashioned cotton give this traditionally styled button-down some stretch for a cross-town bike commute and dries sweat or rain in time for your 9:00 meeting.
Baro Brockton 3L Jacket ($232)
The Brockton draws inspiration from a classic military parka but is more tailored for urban maneuvers. Taped seams, a DWR-coated shell, and a breathable membrane layer make it virtually impervious to the elements, and generous front pockets keep your everyday essentials secure and dry.
Baabuk Wooler Shoes ($109)
Constructed in Portugal, these felted wool kicks provide year-round comfort, even when worn without socks. Elastic laces are “set and forget” practical and the rubber outsole is durable and grippy, while a merino wool lining is anti-bacterial and stink-proof.
Proof Nomad Pants ($98)
Running for the train is easier when your chinos have four-way stretch. The Nomads are also stain- and water-resistant and the tailored styling disguises their versatility. A hidden zip pocket holds a passport or cash for when you need to make a quick escape.
Master & Dynamic MW60 Wireless Headphones ($549)
Exposed stainless steel hardware and lambskin pads give the MW60s serious design cred, but audiophiles will also be impressed with the warm, rich sound these over-ear headphones deliver—as they should with that price tag. Bluetooth connectivity and a rechargeable 16-hour battery keep you streaming podcasts or playlists for a week’s commuting.