North & Mark’s Weatherproof Spring Jackets Are Up to $300 Off

Three coats in one. 60% off. Zero regrets.

Take up to $300 off technical, versatile and weatherproof spring jackets.
Take up to $300 off technical, versatile and weatherproof spring jackets.
North & Mark
By Alex Lauer / April 19, 2019 4:06 pm

We don’t have to tell you spring is a fickle season, just as likely to dispense warm sunshine as an overnight frost, sky-opening deluge or face-smacking wind.

We are, however, obliged to recommend getting a jacket that can accommodate for multiple meteorological outcomes. On that front, you won’t do much better than the slate of technical coats discounted by up to $300 at North & Mark.

The menswear brand has been on our style radar for some time, successfully pairing athleisure elements with classic outerwear silhouettes. More specifically, they combine the feel of Lululemon with the timeless cool of Todd Snyder and the versatility of Patagonia. Sound good? Check out our three favorite styles from the sale below.

The three-in-one York City Coat is almost $300 off. (North & Mark)

York 3-in-1 City Coat

At 60% off, this water- and wind-proof layer is a steal. Altogether, it’s a hefty jacket for cold, wet days. But you can simply wear the outer shell for warmer, wet days, or zip out the Oakton bomber jacket for dry, brisk days.

The Broadway Waterproof Overcoat is almost $100 off. (North & Mark)

Broadway Waterproof Overcoat

Unlike traditional rainy day overcoats, North & Mark’s Broadway is constructed from four-way stretch fabric while still retaining a top-of-the-line waterproof rating of 20,000mm. Plus, the white will help you stand out from the grey, khaki and black masses.

The Bryant Stretch Tech Jacket is over $100 off. (North & Mark)

Bryant Stretch Tech Jacket

The classic Harrington jacket gets a new name and some much appreciated upgrades, including extra stretch for hopping puddles and reflective detailing for when the clouds roll in.

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