13 best men’s jackets in 2021: truckers, trenches, chore coats and more


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The North Face 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket

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Patagonia Down Hoodie

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Moncler Cevenne garment-dyed quilted technical fabric puffer jacket

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Arc’teryx Thorium AR Hoodie

The trench coat

If raincoats were a bunch of friends, the trench coat would be Paris chic. It’s always dashing, whether it’s pouring rain or a light breeze, paired with a suit and brogues or a t-shirt and ripped jeans. A classic beige trench coat never fails, but you can always go for a sleek black version or even a bold patterned number for even more style.

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Burberry Kensington classic trench coat

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American Dark Navy Ventile Trench Coat

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Uniqlo U single-breasted trench coat

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The fleece jacket

Never looked at a sheep and thought, Boy, I wish I felt so cozy and comfy? Now you can. A high-quality gorp-y fleece jacket will not only help you texturize your cuts and keep you warm – whether as a top layer in spring and fall or under a coat in winter – they’re also surprisingly great for wrestling. against the elements. In fact, Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard first fell in love with heavy fleece for its ability to repel moisture and block high winds.

See more of the best fleece jackets for men

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Patagonia Classic Retro-X Fleece Jacket

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Uniqlo fleece zip jacket

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Gap reversible fleece jacket

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Manastash “Mountain Gorilla” fleece jacket

The aviator jacket

The bomber jacket was originally designed for high altitude missions during WWII, but has since become relevant in the field. The actual versions are built tough and warm enough to keep pilots comfortable in the cockpit, of course, but the real key to the bomber’s appeal is its short and roomy silhouette, which gives it a flattering, relaxed vibe. , perfect for layering. Put on a pair of high heeled boots, and you can’t help but feel like you’re on cloud nine.

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Alpha Industries MA-1 Bomber Jacket

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Todd Snyder + Champion Brooklyn Circus Knitted Bomber

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Thom Browne tricolor striped cotton-blend bomber jacket

Waxed cotton jacket

Imagine a swaggy old Briton wandering the countryside, his trusty Airedale Terrier by his side. What is he wearing? Corduroy pants and brogue boots, probably, all topped with a sturdy waxed cotton hunting jacket. When it comes to sheer, rugged elegance, it’s impossible to surpass the indelible blend of weather resistance, durability and beauty of waxed cotton. These jackets are designed to last a lifetime, long enough that one day you looks like that swaggy old british girl putting it on.

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Classic waxed cotton jacket Bedale Barbour

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Flint + Tinder flannel lined waxed trucker jacket

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Buck Mason Dry Wax Highland Jacket

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Belstaff Trialmaster logo-appliqué belted waxed-cotton jacket

The work jacket

These jackets range from barebones to over-engineered, but are all designed to take on tough jobs. They are usually cut with a loose fit and at hip height for a greater range of motion, making them ideal to pair with high waisted wide leg pants. Like trucker jackets, work jackets gain their beauty through hard work and wear and tear.

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Dickies “Eisenhower” Insulated Jacket

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Carhartt WIP “Detroit” Jacket

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Rag & Bone “Stark” cotton-twill jacket

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Bode vintage patch corduroy jacket

The parka and the anorak

Do you prefer a hood with your outerwear? Anoraks and parkas will keep your head high and dry in a pinch, when you leave the house without a hat or umbrella. With their outdoor and military experience, respectively, they have all the function and versatility you could possibly need in a casual jacket.

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Battenwear Lightweight Shell Parka

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Parka Junya Watanabe Man backpack

Low stock – but it may be okay to keep it anyway if you can’t find a replacement

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Marmot PreCip Eco Anorak

Maybe one too many Arc’teryx jacket if we put them in down jackets and rain jackets as well? Can we find something to replace at least one, if not two?

The topcoat

When you need to look really polished and polished in the dead of winter, a top coat is the only way to go. All that extra length will give your cuts a gorgeous flow and drape, and also provide plenty of extra room for a textured or patterned fabric to really make an impact.

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Abercrombie & Fitch double-breasted wool-blend coat

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Club Monaco marl wool-blend coat

Looks more like a trench than a topcoat?

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Sasquatchfabrix double-breasted satin-belted wool-blend coat

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Drake’s Casentino Taupe Glen Check Wool Blend Raglan Overcoat

The golf jacket

Looking for something light and slightly preppy? Try on a golf jacket. You might know them as Harrington or Drizzler, but the concept remains the same – a lightweight poplin or twill shell with a cropped body, elastic waist, and a collar that you can button up to cover your neck when colder occasions. They have British roots – hence the traditional tartan lining – but hit mainstream America in the ’60s and’ 70s thanks to guys like Elvis, James Dean, and Steve McQueen. Slip one over a polo shirt and pressed pants for a classic look, or go for the complete British mod with skinny jeans and shiny work boots.

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Classic jacket Baracuta G9

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London Fog “Auburn” Zip Front Golf Jacket

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Neighborhood drizzler jacket

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Nike HyperShield Rapid Adapt Convertible Golf Jacket

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