There are days — for those of us not currently in Winnipeg, at least — where it’s not quite cold enough to justify your parka or even a peacoat, but still too brisk for a windbreaker. These days call for something that’s not quite a shirt, not quite a jacket. A Shacket. (This is a real word. We aren’t shitting you.)
And it just so happens that the fine fellows at LA-based outfitters Buck Mason have crafted a can’t-miss version. Inspired by vintage army fatigues, they’re built from a hefty four-ply cotton that’ll break in and soften over time. It’s the ideal top layer for those crisp tweener winter days, or a useful underpinning beneath an actual coat when it gets truly brutal out there.