100% technical, breathable, quick-dry polyester shell that’s treated with a water-repellant finish.
100g PrimaLoft® synthetic insulation made of 60% post-consumer recycled material.
Lightweight travel vest with pockets; 3.95 oz. per yard.
Machine washable. Line or hang dry only.
7 hidden pockets designed to protect your wallet, passport, keys, etc.
Durable, matte buttons that won’t fall off or stand out.
Open armhole for greater range of movement.
Full zipper and double-snap stand collar for wind-resistance + cord zipper pulls on pockets for use with gloves.
When I'm on the road or moving around the city in cooler weather, I need an extra layer but hate having to stuff my arms into a coat. Which is exactly why I came up with the Horizon Vest.
This water-repellent, quilted vest is both lightweight and cozy, providing just enough warmth without any of the bulk. It features PrimaLoft® synthetic insulation made with 60% post-consumer recycled material (so it looks great and does good, too). And it's more refined than your typical all-sporty style, with a double-snap stand collar and clean, tapered design. The full, dual zipper keeps you sheltered from the elements, while matte buttons blend in (in the best way). It's also equipped with 7 hidden pockets to protect your valuables (think wallet, keys, passport, etc.).
This versatile piece was designed to be layered over other clothes, meaning it goes with almost everything in your closet and is always up for any adventure. My favorite way to wear it? Tossed over our Gramercy Blazer on my bike ride to work. Once I'm in the office, I shove it in my briefcase, pull it out again for my evening commute, and marvel the whole way home at the fact that there are no wrinkles in sight.
The second fall rolls around, this is the one piece I never leave home without, whether I'm hiking the city streets of New York or trekking the trails of the Rocky Mountains. Pretty sure it'll be your new favorite, too.
Our Guy Says
"Paired with a Meridian shirt, this is business travel nirvana. Unlike a puffy jacket, I don't overheat if I'm inside (and I can roll the sleeves of my shirt up), but zipped up to the chin (particularly with a light rain jacket over the top) it's warm enough for me for most weather on the west coast. "