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.
Some flannels look perfectly at home in the city, making them ideal for everyday wear during autumn. This one isn't, with a style and build that's rigged strictly for roughing it up through your backcountry adventures.
No, you don't have to be crazy to ride bicycles in the open road in the middle of winter. You just need to wear the right clothes. This colorful, aerodynamic, and race-oriented jersey from MAAP happens to be one of them.