While merino may be an all-year fabric, there are summer recreational activities that make it a little too hot for comfort. Wear this Henley shirt instead, which boasts a unique merino blend that's 50 percent cooler than other comparable garments.
A water-resistant button-down, this tailored-cut shirt can shrug off downpours like a boss while accommodating another work shirt inside, making it a lighter, less-bulky alternative to traditional rainy day jackets.
Our favorite camo hoodie ever, Betabrand's latest mixes US woodland, Swedish camo, and tigerstripe pattern in a single garment, turning out a Frankenstein garment that's more likely to stand out than blend in.
Made for the high-elevation lifestyle of the Rockies, Mountain Standard's new hoodie is designed to support intense activities, all while shielding you from the chilly temperatures of the high altitudes.
Cut in a fabric combining Merino wool, Cordura nylon, Modal, and elastane, Outlier's hardwearing work shirt will keep you looking good, whether you're in an air-conditioned office, a dirty workshop, or out in the field.
Designed as a nicer-looking replacement for that beat-up, lived-in sweater you just can't bear to retire, this hoodie combines a super-soft melt-in-your-body feel with a whole lot of stretch to support active movement.
A hodge-podge of styles, this unique shirt takes a henley, throws in a dressy band collar, tacks on a square cuff with buttons, and adds in long side seam splits, all in an elegant cotton twill construction.
"Buttery soft, super stretchy, and stylish enough for dinner with the in-laws,” Public Rec's version wears well on its own during warmer months, while serving as a handy base layer for the colder days of the year.
Decked in ultra-soft French terry cotton with just a little bit of stretch, Mack Weldon's sweet-looking take on the classic crewneck sweatshirt delivers unparalleled comfort to your fall and winter ensembles.