Best Men's Jackets for spring
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19 Stylish Men's Jackets That'll Take You Through Spring

Ahh, spring. That magical time of the year when you can finally leave your Netflix-fueled hibernation without fear of flirting with hypothermia outside—or, if you don’t want to be as dramatic, having to put on a heavy coat. From lightweight anoraks to homey hoodies, make sure you’re looking good for your first seasonal trip with our selection of the best spring jackets for men.

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Bonobos The Stretch Denim Jacket

It’s a sure sign of spring when coffee shops on every corner are littered with denim-clad denizens. This trucker jacket from Bonobos goes with just about everything and looks better after every wear, aging with you like a fine wine.

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Todd Snyder + Golden Bear Japanese Nylon Snap Bomber Jacket

Varsity jackets aren’t just for high school quarterbacks anymore. The stark contrast between this jacket’s gray cuffs and navy body help make it one of the freshest items in your coat closet. Wear it with a crisp pair of dark denim jeans and let us know how quickly you get a compliment.

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BDG Acid Wash Chore Jacket

Trend-setting dudes, this one’s for you. With acid-wash dye and a boxy silhouette, BDG’s chore jacket makes for a cool addition to any weekend ‘fit.

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Public Rec All Day Every Day Jacket

Looking for a jacket you can wear all day, every day? That’s written in the name of this one from Public Rec. At surface level, the ADED Jacket looks like any modern track jacket, but it’s also got technical elements like moisture-wicking fabric and extra stretch to keep you comfy.

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Everlane The Leather Bomber Jacket

Not all leather jackets are created equal, but this bomber-style silhouette from Everlane is top-notch thanks to its supple lambskin material and durable construction.

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Nike Men's Sportswear Hooded Windrunner Jacket

There’s no chance of your friends losing you at the park if you wear this bright yellow windbreaker from Nike. We love the retro two-tone detailing and ribbed hem. Pair the nylon anorak with your freshest sneakers.

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Native North Gofer Jacket

Make a statement with this plaid printed jacket from Native North. Match it with tan chinos and white sneakers for a different take on a preppy look.

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Carhartt WIP Michigan Chore Coat

Retro workwear? Yes, please. Carhartt WIP’s utilitarian denim chore jacket brings a fresh feel to a vintage style.

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Everlane The ReNew Lightweight Hooded Puffer

For those days that still feel like winter, you’ll be happy to own this lightweight puffer filled with 100% recycled, high-performance PrimaLoft insulation. The Everlane beauty offers plenty of warmth to keep the cold “spring” air out. Plus, it’s fully reversible and packable!

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Comme des Garçons PLAY Zip-Up Hoodie

Mix the iconic Comme Des Garçons etched heart design with cozy fleece and you’ve got your new favorite hoodie. Your significant other will be begging to wear it, but you won’t ever want to take it off.

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Club Monaco Khaki Bomber Jacket

Khaki jackets are an underrated wardrobe choice; the versatile color gives you the option to go for an earthy palette head-to-toe or to to complement a bright t-shirt. You can’t go wrong with this clean-lined bomber jacket from Club Monaco—the silhouette is stylish, and the weight is light enough to throw in your bag without it getting too cumbersome.

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Todd Snyder Indigo Stripe Chore Jacket

Adaptable is the name of the game when it comes to this Todd Snyder chore jacket; it can be used as an overshirt, a light coat, or outerwear for any event that requires the use of four extra pockets. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that the lightweight Japanese Cotton Denim breaks in perfectly over time.

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COS Cotton-Twill Shirt Jacket

This relaxed COS jacket is perfect for occasions when you want to look a little dressed up but not stuffy. The best part is it looks sharp worn as your sole top layer or over your crispest white Oxford.

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DL1961 Sean Shirt Jacket

Want your shirt-jacket a little more tailored? We’re into this crisp, snap-front version from DL1961, a brand known for its high-quality, sustainably-made pieces.

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Chums Camping Parka Jacket

Don’t be afraid of a pop of color! We’re loving this orange-red parka jacket for days spent hiking and camping.

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Bonobos Unconstructed Italian Linen Blazer

If you’re over 18, you need to have at least one blazer in your possession. Whether it’s your first or your eighth, this linen Bonobos jacket is an excellent choice for spring. It’s light enough to look natural over a t-shirt for a lunch date and dressy enough to wear to a formal event.

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Mango Technical Field Jacket

For the outdoor adventurer, nothing beats a field jacket. This one from Mango is made from technical, water-repellent fabric and features plenty of pockets and a concealed hood.

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Vince Cardigan Jacket

If you’re a liberal arts professor or simply aspire to dress like one, we’ve got the perfect cardigan for you. The notch collar on this cozy Vince number is timeless and the cashmere-blend material is practically made for reading a novel (or term paper) on the porch.

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J.Crew Brunswick Rain Jacket

Headed out into stormy weather? Throw on J.Crew’s Brunswick rain jacket, and you’ll be good to go. It’s constructed from a three-layer waterproof stretch nylon fabric to keep you dry, plus plenty of pockets to keep your stuff dry.

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