Patagonia Nano-Air Jackets


You've probably got boardshorts and beaches on the mind right now, but once the cold comes back around this is one jacket you'll definitely be hunting down later this year.

Patagonia is launching their new Nano-Air line this year and it has all the warmth of a puffy, but streamlined into a slimmer jacket that is sure to become an essential mid-layer piece and one you'll absolutely be wearing on its own. The jacket uses 60 gram Full Range insulation to keep you warm and it also has a nice bit of stretch so you won't have the inhibited, cumbersome feeling of a more conventionally designed piece.

$249-$299, Patagonia

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Gitman Bros for Need Supply


Gitman Bros and Need Supply celebrate the warmer months with an exclusive collection of shirts for the store's Go Explore series. Go Explore is Need Supply's travel series that focuses on global city guides and a collection of goods perfect for any jetsetter.

Gitman's contribution of shirting styles are mad from lightweight linen and no shirt says summer like the cool feel of a linen button-up. Five styles are available in a variety of colors that includes a long sleeve and two popovers. All the shirts have a slimmer cut with a rounded back hem and are all Made in the USA.

$168, Need Supply

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Epaulet EPLA Crewneck Sweatshirt


Bound to become one of your old standbys, Epaulet releases the EPLA Crewneck Sweatshirt, a classic piece constructed from French Terry and designed for year-round wear.

Made in Los Angeles, the sweatshirt is made from a medium-weight French Terry yarn that has an interior lined with small loops that helps lift the material from the skin to let air flow through. What's really impressive is how they achieve the color. Yarn is dipped in a Japanese indigo dye until it's a darker blue then through a series of enzyme and stone washes, the sweatshirt takes on a beautiful blueish grey that is a great looking alternative to your traditional grey sweatshirts.

$95, Epaulet

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Best Made Chambray Work Shirt


If there's one other button-up you should have in your closet it definitely has to be a chambray shirt. The shirt is an effortless essential, tough enough for the outdoors, and great for everything else.

Best Made just released their own take which is made and designed in New York from 5.3 oz cotton, a perfect weight for four seasons of wear. It's also triple stitched for strength and has cuff-to-elbow patches. Finishing the look is the company's red x thay is embroidered on the shirt pocket.

$134, Best Made

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ISAORA takes its focus to the water with a collection of modern swim trunks for the summer. ISAORA Swim boasts all the high-tech materials and construction that has become a hallmark of their brand.

The collection consists of three pieces: a welded boardshort, a printed camo short made from Portuguese polyester, and a lightweight swim trunk made from Japanese nylon. Front and center is the welded boardshort that was designed to be as minimal and functional as possible. They've done this with a poly/stretch blend that to keep it lightweight and comfortable and a no-sew weld that reduces the need for excessive materials. They've even added laser cut perforations for venting and drainage.

$85-$135, ISAORA

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Outlier Free Way Shorts


Using their OG Cloth fabric, a material used in their very first pants and shorts, Outlier introduces the Free Way Shorts. A versatile short for warm days year round, the piece is their latest experimental release and one of their most impressive shorts yet.

The Free Way Shorts are a heavier short, but that's balanced with a newly designed integrated waistband construction that promotes movement coupled with four-way stretch for the best feeling short possible. It's also got a gusseted crotch that lets them taper the leg opening for better breathability, NanoSphere to resist light dirt and moisture, flow-through pockets, and great little details like rear pockets that keep your items secure with its magnetic closure.

$175, Outlier

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Noble Small Batch Indigo Dipped Tees


You have a quite a few t-shirt choices this summer, but instead of going for the usual, how about trying something a little more unique . Cincinnati, Ohio-based Noble has got a small batch run of shirts in a special wash that may just become your favorite new tee.

The blue shirts are created from an indigo dipping process that takes their pure white cotton pocket tees which are hand dipped to achieve that specific shade. Available in light blue (single dip) or dark blue (three dip), the shirts also use a 9 oz cotton slub that gives each tee that heathered finish.

$60, Noble

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J.Crew Wallace & Barnes Worker Suit


If you pay attention to the menswear world you've probably seen Nick Wooster more than a handful of times sporting his trademark suit and shorts combo. It's a look that makes for a perfect summer suit, but it's also a pairing that might scare some guys simply due to the fact that it's a a suit...and shorts.

To get the look right, all it takes is a bit of confidence and a give no f---s attitude. Just ask Nick. J.Crew's version is a perfect summer option with its cotton-linen blend and its unconstructed blazer. The classic tartan pattern is also a great touch and if you still need a little more convincing, J.Crew's got a great little interview with the "Woostgod" himself on taking sartorial risks.

$366 (Available in separates), J.Crew

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Everlane Swim Short


Everlane's growing collection of must-have basics adds an essential for the summer, a travel-friendly swim short. Just as you'd expect from an Everlane piece, the shorts are reasonably priced ($48) and they've scoured the globe to find a leading garment manufacturer to get all the details and construction just right.

The swim shorts come in three colors (rust, navy, and army) and are made from a nylon and polyester blend that's both soft and comfortable. What we really love is how packable these are. The shorts have a pocket that you can pack shorts into to keep it nice and compact in your travel bag.

$48, Everlane

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Taylor Stitch Summer Selvage Indigo Canvas


There is nothing worse than boiling in a pair of heavy jeans when the temperature rises. Thankfully, Taylor Stitch has us covered every summer with a lightweight sumer selvage option for those of you who prefer pants over shorts during those warmer summer days. This season Taylor Stitch came across an Italian denim mill that uses shuttle looms to craft their denim.

Available in a "democratic" or slim fit, the Summer Selvage is their first project with Taylor Stitch and is a lightweight 10oz indigo canvas jean which are given a quick pre-rinse for a soft, comfortable fit and feel right out of the box. And you better move fast if you want a pair, the jeans will be produced in a limited edition run and if their previous releases are any indication, these will move quite quickly.

$158, Taylor Stitch

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