Your Mini-Guide to the Best New Fall Jackets

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By Diane Rommel

Your Mini-Guide to the Best New Fall Jackets
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19 September 2017

Friends who are real-estate brokers and outerwear:

Two things a San Franciscan can never have too many of.

The latter is especially true this year: we're in the wettest year on record, and there's been snow in the Sierras since June.

Will there be a lightning storm tomorrow? A typhoon? Sixty-five and sunny?

Best be prepared. And to that end, three of our favorite Bay Area men's labels just released new jackets, from a gym-savvy tech layer to a classic duck canvas to a rugged black denim.

The Gate Jacket
From:
 Olivers
Specs: "Water repellant, moisture wicking, and a 'wired' hidden chest pocket for headphones"
We'd wear it: As a lightweight layer after the sun goes down, to run errands, back and forth between the gym, on a day trip to Point Reyes.
Price: $168

The Stack Jacket
From: Mission Workshop
Specs: "4-way stretch, DWR, and coldblack® technology, water-resistant, abrasion-resistant, and highly breathable"
We'd wear it: That's some pretty stylin', structured denim, so we'd wear it somewhere you need to ride the line between comfort and fashion: Let's say an art opening downtown followed by drinks on Valencia Street at the Devil's Acre.
Price: $485

The Rover Jacket
From: 
Taylor Stitch
Specs: "6.25-oz. Beeswaxed Cotton, 10-oz. 100% British Cotton Moleskin, water and wind repellent, antique brass armpit grommet vents..." 
We'd wear it to: Just like the dude pictured, easy-going water-view dates, trips to the Sonoma Raceway, weekends to Lake Tahoe: You're not going to work out in this jacket, but it will look good in group photos. 
Price: $248


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