10 Vintage-Inspired Jackets That Dial Up the Cool

High-end materials meet sophisticated '60s designs.
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Back in its Wyoming birthplace circa the late 1960s, Rocky Mountain Featherbed built the kind of durable, do-anything outerwear mid-century cowboy types wore in style. A few decades later, the brand disappeared completely, only to be revived by an Americana-obsessed Japanese group who relaunched the label based on archived designs.

For the last 12 years, it's only been available in Japan, but thanks to a new collaboration with NY-based menswear brand Todd Snyder, a select number of jackets are now up for grabs worldwide.

From classic down bomber jackets to expedition-ready parkas, one of these will compliment your chilly-season style to the maximum degree. Have at it.