Outlier’s at it again, this time releasing their Supermarine Anorak in both tan and navy gray. It’s a light pullover jacket that’ll work well for the current wet days we’ve seen here in the Northeast and right into the fall and winter months ahead. The yarn-dyed Supermarine fabric comes from Italy and has a sturdy handfeel that’s highly water resistant and looks impeccable. The 4Season side panels ensure movement and breathability as well as two-way side zips for extra ventilation. Partial front zip, front kangaroo pocket and rear zip carry pocket round it all out. Buy the Supermarine Anorak now through Outlier.
Introducing the most versatile short on the market. Outlier has dropped their Three Way short that’s good enough to run or swim in and made from a Swiss fabric that’s comfortable enough to lounge in as well. They feature an unlined eight and a half inch inseam and are extremely breathable with internal drawstrings and flow through pockets. These shorts come in a few different colors and can be found through Outlier online for $135.
Outlier has entered the travel goods segment with this collaborative effort with Hyperlite Mountain Gear. The Minimal Backpack is waterproof, featherweight and backcountry tough. Expect this piece to handle all the ruggedness of the outdoors as a pair of pants from Outlier would. The shell is made from Nonwoven Dyneema, which is startlingly lightweight, fully waterproof, and ten times stronger than steel.
The Minimal Backpack is made in Biddeford, Maine, USA. Available now on the Outlier Webshop.
Introducing the Outlier Wool Pack from the Brooklyn-based technical outerwear brand. The pack features three technical merino pieces for winter — the Woolback OG Pant, Merino Ribbed Henley, and Classic Merino Hoodie. The OG Pant takes the original and fits it with doubleweave fabric from Schoeller and merino lining on the inside with a tough water resistant exterior.
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Outlier sent us over looks of their Fall 2011 lookbook, entitled “In A Technical Nature”. The offerings blend nature and technical details in consistent manner and bring us pieces worth investing in. “Cottons twist around nylons, wools bond to fleeces, artificial down is layered between wool knits and wovens, nanotech dosed nylons are modeled after lotus leaves, cottons are engineered so tightly they become water barriers.” The pieces range from a charcoal colored peacoat to a technically sound vest that’s on our radar.
Introducing Outlier’s Pivotal Bomber, a versatile softshell jacket that’s ready to take on anything mother nature has to throw against it. Outlier’s known for their innovative fabrics and construction and this jacket brings forth the brand’s latest and greatest. A rugged nylon twill on the outside adds durability and water resistance while a soft three-dimensional latticework on the inside maximizes breathaiblity and comfort. Outlier’s 4Season Doubleweave Twill fabric features four way stretch, self-cleaning NanoSphere treatment and pivot sleeve construction. There’s also a gusseted cigarette pocket with self locking clasp.
This piece has been in the works for quite sometime now and we’re glad to see they took their time with this one. The Anorak is really well-designed as it uses a pullover construction with two way side ventilation. The magnetic front piece is fully adjustable while the shell’s made from 3XDry Cotton Linen fabric that’s soft and sturdy at the same time with some much welcomed performance from Schoeller’s 3XDry treatment in there as well.
Outlier’s 60/30 Shorts merge the brand’s 60/30 Chinos and Three Way Shorts, giving us an extremely comfortable and flexible pair of shorts. The inseam clocks in at 11″ and land just above the knee for most. While the exterior is made from Outlier’s 60/30 Cloth, the inside’s a linen-cotton clend that’s perfect for some summer comfort and also feature flow through pockets and hidden draw strings in case you have intentions of getting wet.
So many brands try (and fail) to create a pant that is the perfect balance between jeans and trousers, but Outlier has knocked it out of the park with their slim dungarees. If your favorite pair of jeans and your go to office trousers made sweet love this would be the product. Made of their Workcloth Doubleweave Canvas; which is a blend of nylon, polyester, and elastaine, these pants are perfect for the guy that works in a casual office environment that might also bike to work. They are cut very similar to denim with a 5 pocket design and would look just as good with sneakers as they would with brogues or desert boots.