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3 Versatile Style Essentials You’ll Want This Spring

April 4, 2017 Style : Clothing By Photo by Parker Dusseau

You don’t need another trite lesson on the changing of the seasons. You just want clothes that’ll look good and feel great throughout the day, no matter what’s on your schedule. That’s why we’ve partnered Parker Dusseau to offer Gear Patrol readers exclusive early access to key items from the brand’s new Spring ’17 lineup via the Gear Patrol Store. Driven by the mantra “always ready,” Parker Dusseau combines proven natural fabrics like Merino wool with advanced construction techniques for garments so versatile they’ll put your current go-to basics to shame.

The Linen Work Shirt Spring ’17 Early Access Exclusive

The natural evolution of Parker Dusseau’s cotton button-up unites the classic cooling properties of linen with the brand’s calling card — the Action Back shoulder gusset that’s key for a slim fit that also moves well — to create the perfect foundational shirt for work or the weekend. Its reflective collar and shatterproof rubber buttons make it bike commute–ready, too.

All Around Short Spring ’17 Early Access Exclusive

Quick-drying, four-way-stretch nylon and a gusseted crotch make these shorts comfortable in any warm-weather scenario. We’ve got access to a new navy colorway that’s fresh for spring. The inseams’s a fashionable 9.25 inches, and there’s even a side seam pocket to secure your phone.

Merino Wool Tee Spring ’17 Early Access Exclusive

Merino wool allows these made-in-the-USA tees to thermoregulate, resist odors and wick away moisture, all while looking pristine. We’ve got it in a new “titanium” (light gray) colorway.

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