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Fall approaches and that means you have the perfect excuse to buy yourself a new coat. We think these five will look good on ya. 

Converse Flight Bomber

Here’s a sleek take on the cotton twill bomber jacket. The white stripe on the ribbed cuffs and metal waist snaps give this understated jacket from Converse a dose of zing.  


Flint and Tinder Flannel Lined Waxed Trucker Jacket

The outer is sailcloth waxed on both sides for weather resistance. Inside, soft flannel lines the sleeves and body for warmth and comfort. Another LA-made win for Flint and Tinder. 


Columbia Pierce Road Jacket

Keep off both the chill and a bit of rain with this Pierce Road jacket from Columbia. With a longer hem and adjustable cuffs, grab this when you need an extra layer.  


Diesel Distressed Denim Jacket

The denim here is hand-distressed for a look that says “I’ve had this for years.” Diesel added a touch of stretch for comfort all season long. 


Arc’teryx Keppel Trench Coat

If it looks like rain, this trench coat is ready. Made from waterproof but breathable Gore-Tex, this Arc’teryx jacket feels like canvas and looks sharp.


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