Yes, even men need a between-seasons jacket. After all, it’s too cold for light jackets and too warm to dress like you wanna go on an expedition to the north pole. Now men, please continue reading!
The classic between-seasons jacket, or if you prefer it to sound less intimidating: “spring jacket”, might be the anorak. Its material is light but effective, as it protects against wind and rain, while still looking really cool. An anorak is a mostly water-resistant, hooded, pullover jacket. Anoraks also sometimes feature drawstrings at the waist and cuffs as well as a half-zip opening. Sometimes they are also called “windbreaker”. The term anorak derives from the Greenlandic (Kalaallisut) word annoraaq, meaning “something against the wind” - Share that information while showing your new jacket off! Well, you can also choose a light down jacket. This season they come with sweat sleeves. 

What are you waiting for? Go and hit the jack(et)pot!
Published March 2019

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