It packs down into its own front pocket, to be stowed in your bag, ready to go when you need it. The dynamic botanical print on this Hunter jacket gives it a fun pop, and the light, crease-resistant fabric makes packing the jacket easier than ever. We all envy those who naturally rise at the crack of dawn for their daily exercise. Fashioned after the rugged field jackets of old, it comes in both blue and khaki with a slimmer and modern cut that is at home with any casual or semi-casual get up.
In addition to its two side pockets, it is stylized with rips and holes on the back, and with embroidered patches decorating the chest and shoulder. The K-Way Claude 3.
Constructed from durable and waterproof nylon ripstop, it packs down into its own pocket and can be stashed in your bag or slung over your shoulder or waist with the attached straps, for easy access when the weather turns foul. This running jacket from Outdoor Voices is a heavier jacket than the K-Way built to keep you dry in serious rain.
It is made from Outdoor Voices lightweight Crepe Stretch material — a water and wind resistant nylon material with a four-way stretch. It has two front zip pockets that include an eyelet for headphones, as well as a hip and chest pocket and two interior pockets.
It also features a mesh vent on the back, to wick moisture away and keep you cool. This Maritime Shirt Jacket by Taylor Stitch stands out from the rest of the jackets on this list due to its perfectly tailored style that blurs the line between shirt and jacket.
It is woven from a 19 oz. Italian lambswool and acrylic blend; boiling tightens the weave, giving it an extra measure of water and wind resistance, while the wool keeps it breathable and moisture wicking. It comes in a flecked Ash Donegal that goes well with jeans or chinos, and cuts a look that is classy, casual and dapper at the same time. The Relwen Moto Windbreaker is a light shell for warmer months, that is inspired by the style of classic and cool motorcycle jackets but with a modern, high-tech twist.
This windbreaker also features vented underarm panels for breathability and comfort. The Relwen Moto is trim, classic silhouette that completes any casual or semi-casual outfit, and gives off a rugged, manly look. Canada Goose jackets are renowned for their high-quality and ruggedly attractive outerwear, and this waterproof shell jacket is no exception. It manages to keep the water out while still letting you breathe freely, which makes it a perfect layer for light spring rain.
It packs down into its own front pocket, to be stowed in your bag, ready to go when you need it. The waxed cotton adds a layer of waterproofing that keeps water out, while still staying true to the heritage of traditional English moto jackets.
Four flap pockets with snap closures add storage space, while the storm placket, snap cuffs and collar tab add some traditional flair. Like the Canada Goose, the Barbour Duke is a premium jacket that excels at keep the elements out — but in a much more classic package.
The North Face Venture is a lightweight, breathable rainshell similar to the Cotopaxi Tikal — suitable for all sorts of outdoor adventures, but without out of place around town. HyVent material is highly breathable, and the jacket comes with pit-zip vents to allow maximum breathability. Like some of the other rain shells we mentioned, it also packs down into its own pocket for easy storage and accessibility.
While other jackets we mentioned were more attractive, the Venture provides a simple, practical and clean look that is go anywhere and do anything.
You can also add some panache by layering it with another slim-fitting jacket or light overcoat, should the weather allow. The Windrunner from Nike is a lightweight, windbreaking running jacket designed to be as slim and trim as possible. It has a drawstring hood and Nike designed the Windrunner with running in mind, and that is where excels; its slim cut is devoid of any excess that could slow you down.
Still, its trim silhouette and attractive look are sharp enough to work well with different outfits, and it still looks at home worn for errands around town. Of course, one of the best features that a spring jacket could have is waterproof or water repellant properties. We have found the most stylish jackets for you to get this spring—all of them are lightweight, simple to pack , and easy to transition into your wardrobe, no matter what the occasion. The brightly colored floral print on this lightweight jacket gives this sporty style a feminine touch.
This waterproof duster is great transitional piece that can take you from season to season. The dynamic botanical print on this Hunter jacket gives it a fun pop, and the light, crease-resistant fabric makes packing the jacket easier than ever. The relaxed fit, lightweight design of this semi-sheer mesh anorak gives off a sporty yet cool vibe.
The ultra-chic design of this parka hybrid by 3. A lightweight pinstripe rain shell like this one by Lucas Hugh will put some spring in your step during this changeover season.
Woolrich designed this lightweight coat with travelers in mind. Its fabric is engineered to be wrinkle-free, meaning it is ready to wear even after being crammed into your luggage. Katie Fish April 06, Adidas by Stella McCartney The brightly colored floral print on this lightweight jacket gives this sporty style a feminine touch. Helly Hanson This waterproof duster is great transitional piece that can take you from season to season.
Hunter The dynamic botanical print on this Hunter jacket gives it a fun pop, and the light, crease-resistant fabric makes packing the jacket easier than ever.
Since our parkas and puffers are ready to stuffed towards the back of your closet, why not explore the plethora of lightweight jacket options, instead? A lightweight trench or padded bomber will keep you just warm enough during these in-between times. Click through for 20 spring jackets you’ll love. The best way to handle indecisive Mother Nature is to always carry a lightweight and transitional jacket. When thinking about great spring outerwear, the first style that most people think of . Ah, spring: That time when everything feels new and it's almost (almost) time to hang up your puffer coat 'til next year. 🙏. It's reason enough to invest in light outerwear that will help you transition as the .