Made of yarn-dyed 100% organic cotton twill thats grown responsibly and free of pesticides, the Blanket Shirt by Kelly Slater's Outerknown will have you feeling as good as you look. Shown above in Lagoon Plaid, this is an extremely versatile piece that can double as an overshirt jacket or be worn on its own in warmer climates. Features a relaxed fit, chest flaps with closures and natural Corozo buttons, the site claims - and we'd have to agree - it might just be the coziest damn shirt ever built.
22º OCEAN JACKET
Crafted for those of you that spend significant time out in the rain, on the water or in other temperate climates, this hooded zip up from 22 Degrees is designed to keep you both warm and dry. Created by Rick Miskiv, a dive master from the island of Palau, this hoodie has become a staple in the underwater community. The material is a 2.5mm Smooth Skin Neoprene and features a blind stitched 100% waterproof seal, two large pouch pockets and drawstrings to complete the seal around the hood and waistline. This is a great looking and functional piece for any of you looking to not get wet.
Vollebak Graphene Jacket
Graphene is one of the most indestructible and incredible materials known to man; in fact it was actually discovered by Nobel Prize winners in 2010 so you know this is a legit material. Vollebak has taken this fabric and created a ten layer composite that is touted as being more bulletproof than steel and used it to coat their jackets for this upcoming experimental prototype. Each jacket - which comes exclusively in a black Graphene - is one part coat, one part science experiment and one part beta testing of one of the most exciting fabrics being used in menswear. The jacket will launch in the summer of 2018 and the waiting list is currently open on Vollebak's website.