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Winter is finally here, dear friends, and that means that you’re going to need a quality winter jacket. Unless you’re in a paradise like Hawaii or, Florida, you’ll need at least something to deal with the elements, whether it’s a parka that will keep you from dying on Everest or just a quality windbreaker to keep you from being soaked by miserable cold rain in the Pacific Northwest. That’s why we’ve listed what we think are the best winter jackets for men on the market right now. Whatever your needs, though, you want to make sure you still look good.
This jacket is basically an upgraded hoodie. It’s got the warmth of a fleece and the comfort of a hoodie while maintaining a certain classic style thanks to being a button-up. Beware, though the sizes tend to run small.
Price: $38https://goo.gl/4fZxHB
This military style jacket is a good choice if you’re looking for something a little more scene friendly. It comes with some Air Force style patches, but you can remove those if you want and add your own. And, as always, make sure you get the right size, as WenVen tends to use Asian sizing charts, which means they run very small.
Price: $39.99-$46.99: https://goo.gl/3e26wM
It’s a nice warm coat, with a fur (faux) hood for that little extra cold  day or night. And the best part is that when you buy it through Amazon, you get it $80 off the regular price !
Price: $49.99: https://goo.gl/IAU6bc
This will do the job whether you just want a light jacket for cool weather or something to wear while avoiding freezing rain.
Price: $69-$110: https://goo.gl/tO7vyq




It’s a flannel shirt that doubles as a warm jacket
Price: $79.99-$89.99: https://goo.gl/2zp357


2017 marks the beginning of an eight-year merchandising deal between the NBA and Nike. We recently got our first look at the jerseys players will be rocking this season (marking a new, sleeveless era), but if you think the sports apparel company is stopping at uniforms, you obviously don’t know how far companies are willing to go to capitalize on licensing agreements.

In anticipation of the upcoming season, Nike is releasing a new line of Converse made from authentic NBA jerseys call the Chuck ’70 NBA Gameday collection. To say they look sick would be the ultimate understatement.

Here’s some more info:

The Chuck ’70 NBA Gameday includes 250 individually numbered limited-edition pairs for each NBA team. Every shoe is made of authentic NBA jerseys and backed with a leather lining. Its leather interior features embossed NBA logos and collaborative Converse x NBA woven labels under the shoe’s tongue.

The shoes will go on sale on September 29th.

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