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.
I recently went out around Nashua with my friend Antony Ohman for a mini adventure. I had brought along some of the Bridge & Burn gear that they recently sent me so i thought it would be a good idea to show off and talk about who they are. Bridge & Burn is a Portland, Oregon based company who provides a collection that stays true to maintaining a timeless aesthetic of clean, casual pieces with an emphasis on quality craftmanship and an attention to detail with a modern fit. The two specific products I'm wearing are the Alexander Navy Linen button-down shirt. This color strays away from the lighter spring colors that are usually found in the many different collections. This piece is a has a great fit to it. I'm wearing size medium to get a general idea of how they fit. The second piece i was wearing was Bagbie Camp Shirt Crimson. The shirt is a heavier grade and has a wool feel to it. It was getting chilly here in Nashua so i threw this one to warm up rather than throwing on a jacket. I was surprised at the look of this shirt as i was never into a deep red color in most of my clothing.