The Scarpa commuter jacket is by far the most technical piece, named for the renowned Italian architect Carlos Scarpa. It's just the sort of protection you'd want during those wet and cold treks to and from the office. The weatherproof spandex shell and heat-welded seams are details that're actually done by a firm in San Francisco—also employed by Nike, so you know it's good.
Even better, it has a zip-open flap along the backside where you can slip in your messenger bag to keep it protected from the elements.
Bring it on, winter.
Joe McGauley is a shearling-obsessed senior editor at Supercompressor.