There’s enough to worry about when you’re traveling. From keeping track of your luggage to juggling your carry-ons with your coffee, the last thing you want to stress about is whether you’re prepared enough for a 20-degree temperature change when you get to your destination.
To ensure that you don’t have to take off and carry one more thing upon exiting the airport at your new location, Proof Apparel has crafted the Passport Field Jacket, a transitional coat that you can keep on before, during, and after your long flight. The polyester insulation isn’t too thick that you’ll sit bulky in the airport, but also keeps you comfortable in a range of temps.
For mercurial weather, the durable and lightweight blend of cotton (63%), nylon (33%), and spandex (4%) is DWR-coated, soft, and stretchy enough to handle your every movement. In the case of unexpected rainfall or lack thereof, the jacket features a stowable hood, while the front zipper is reinforced by snap buttons all the way down. The front of the coat also features two large pockets with dual entry points. Likewise, a third zippered compartment hides within the front snap enclosure.
Available in Stone Black, Forest, and Camel colorways, the Passport Field Jacket from Proof can be purchased from Huckberry for $248.