We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: a midweight insulated jacket is a truly indispensable garment. It’s all you need on a chilly day, the ideal in-between layer when you hit the slopes and (thanks to the ease with which it packs and doubles as a pillow) the perfect travel piece. Right now one of our favorites, The North Face’s Thermoball Eco Hooded Jacket, is 30 percent off in a range of colors and sizes, amounting to a savings of $66.
Not unlike the Patagonia Nano Puff, this one-pound item is loaded with compelling features. The most notable ones include a DWR coating to fend off light rain, lofty and warm recycled insulation, pockets where you need them and a handy baggie that lets you smush the whole thing down to about the size of a grapefruit for easy stashing. The sweet sale price applies to five different colors and sizes. Is there a camo colorway we are currently coveting? Maybe.
The Gear Patrol Commuter, made in tandem with Priority Bicycles, was inspired by — and tested on — the streets of New York City. Streamlined for your everyday grind, it a pairs a durable, easy-to-maintain feature set with an understated colorway you won’t find anywhere else. Buy Now: $899 $799
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Steve Mazzucchi is Gear Patrol’s outdoors and fitness editor. Outside the office, you can find him mountain biking, snowboarding, motorcycling or sipping a dram of Laphroaig and daydreaming about such things.
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