6 of the best lightweight jackets for fall

With the heatwaves potentially behind us now and we transition into Fall, our thoughts are inevitably turning towards getting our hands on a lightweight jacket to deal with the associated dips in temperature that go hand in hand with the time of year. Luckily the guys at Huckberry have some belting lightweight jackets for men to choose from and we’ve compiled 6 of the best for fall to make your thought process easier. Check out our picks below:

Proof Duffel Bomber – $168

Made from stretch nylon shell from Japan’s Toray, a world leader in technical performance textiles, this Proof Duffel Bomber ($168) is a top performer in our opinion here at Coolector HQ. It has a lightweight and breathable mesh lining for extra breathability and ribbed cuffs, neck, and rear hem which are designed to keep everything in its place when you’re on the go. ($168)


Finisterre Aeris Jacket – $150

Boasting a super robust ripstop polyester shell which is crafted from 100% recycled polyester, the Finisterre Aeris Jacket ($150) is ready for any fall adventures that you have afoot. The Finisterre engineered insulation is made from recycled polyester fill that keeps 75% of its warmth when it’s wet – which is an upgrade from down fill, which only retains 15% of its warmth when wet. ($150)


Flint & Tinder Desert Field Jacket – $99

The Flint & Tinder Desert Field Jacket ($99) is crafted from comfortable half-Panama fabric that breathes incredibly well and is still plenty robust for all your day to day adventures. This vintage military field jacket style silhouette delivers an eye-catching, unique aesthetic that wears as well in the outdoors as it does the office. It is garment-dyed for lived-in feel and a well-worn look and has hidden zippered pocket for valuables. ($99)


Relwen Covert CPO Jacket – $194

Relwen’s has got you covered this fall with their latest release of mid-weight layers that’ll not only help you get through any cool weather, but add understated, contemporary style to your wardrobe at the same time. They have deployed 21st century fabrics to add a polished look to a traditional ‘60s style CPO silhouette, and the result is their sharp new Covert CPO Jacket ($194). Made to slice through any wind and sleek enough to be worn in the office, this jacket’s ready to keep you comfortable any day of the week. ($194)


Grayers Andrew Lightweight Quilted Jacket – $140

The Grayers Andrew Lightweight Quilted Jacket ($140) is cut from a lightweight, water-resistant nylon fabric and made to stand up to just about any kind of inclement weather you’ll encounter this Fall. The Andrew is your new best friend for those sketchy forecast days where you’re really not sure what you’re going to get and has a tangible sense of quality with its corduroy trimmed collar, placket, and cuffs. ($140)


Oros Men’s Explorer 1/4 Zip Jacket – $78

Insulated with Solarcore – which is a material inspired by NASA space shuttles insulation for -455° F temperatures – the Oros Men’s Explorer 1/4 Zip Jacket ($78) definitely won’t let you down in nasty weather this fall / winter. The shell is crafted from polyester with four-way stretch built-in for maximum range of motion and it is supremely breathable to handle changing weather forecasts and performance requirements. The quarter zip design allows for ample airflow when needed and it has a single chest pocket for valuables. ($78)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.