Outlier returns with their delivery of trusty outerwear – this time partnering up with Freeman’s Sporting Club to present the 60/30 blazer. This unstructured sports coat offers freedom of movement and extra comfort with their cotton and micro-nylon twill as well as the Nano Sphere “self-cleaning” technology. It features three front buttons, a notch collar lapel, front patch pockets, custom buttons with a signature slim fit. Jet dyed in an ombre color, the blazer is now available online in midnight gray and meta khaki for $980.
As many countries hit winter in full-stride, Outlier update one of their classics to reflect the rapidly dropping mercury. Presenting the Woolback OGs, the pants are an update of the New OG pant with an extra fine merino inner face and a robust four-way stretch nylon upper. From a performance perspective merino will wick moisture away as the Schoeller four-way stretch nylon will repel the elements. Like all of Outlier’s in-house products, the goods are made directly in New York City. Available now at Outlier for $240 USD.
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The Outlier Experimental Sunshirt finds those stylish pragmatists subconsciously fulfilling our desire to look a little like Lawrence of Arabia when it is all hot and dusty out. Here’s one of their Pivot shirts in a technical seersucker that protects you from UV rays with the added faculty of a detachable oversized hood that can be worn a few ways. If you are comfortable standing out, this would be the way to do it. Available online.
Outlier drops another gem with this Supermarine Anorak available now in two colors: navy/gray and tan. Comprised out of a sturdy, yarn-dyed Supermarine fabric from Italy, the anorak offers a strong feel and high weather resistance. The partial front-zip pullover also features a front kangaroo pocket and rear zip carry pocket. The Supermarine Anorak can be picked up at Outlier.
Most of us wouldn’t stay outside in a deluge without a proper rain jacket, but even without one, the new Supermarine Rain Shirt from Brooklyn lifestyle label Outlier is designed to keep you dry from those surprise summer showers. Tailored to the specifications of Outlier’s best-selling Pivot Sleeve shirt, the single needle-stitched Rain Shirt is constructed from 100% Italian Supermarine cotton, which utilizes a complex weave of fiber that sheds moisture on the outside, while remaining exceptionally breathable on the inside. You can pick up the Rain Shirt in either Navy or Gray direct from the Outlier web shop, where it retails for $275 USD.
The Outlier FreeShell makes for a welcoming release with a minimal but by no means simple concept in place. The FreeShell is an incredibly versatile and highly breathable jacket with a beautifully tailored silhouette. Built with the NYC based labels core 4Season fabric, the FreeShell travels seamlessly through cool nights, warm days, and light rain. The unique doubleweave structure means it’s tough and durable on the exterior, yet soft and luxurious inside. The four way stretch doubles down on that comfort and means this jacket moves freely through any situation. Constructed to fit, not constrict, the three-piece hood is engineered to fit close to your neck and head, giving you weather coverage without compromising your peripheral vision. The articulated two-piece raglan sleeve ensures a full range of motion and a trim look.