Cotopaxi Kusa Shirt

Oct 7, 2016

Category: Gear

If any item of clothing can ‘have’ a season – then the mid-layer has Fall. No type of clothing is better equipped to deal with the cold, (but not too cold) of the season. In turn, few companies can make layers as well as Cotopaxi. Just take their Kusa Shirt for example.

Cotopaxi is calling their Kusa a ‘shirt’, but we think you should regard it the same way you wear a heavy wool flannel or a quarter-zip fleece. Meant to keep you warm without totally stifling you, this shacket uses a 50/50 blend of llama fiber woven with polyester for a really lightweight but warm insulation. The jacket itself is cut to feel like a shirt, and features a snap front, chest pocket, and back hem. Made with a 20 denier ripstop nylon coupled with a  DWR finish, it’ll be able to keep you nice and comfortable whether in the city or deep in the woods this fall. Prices are set at $160. [Purchase]

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