New Arrivals For Men

$169.99

Denali Down Hooded Jacket

When the Live Out There team first investigated what to make, everyone in the room said the same thing: an amazing down jacket. It had to be lightweight, filled with 100% traceable goose 800+ fill down, packable, outfitted with a hood, and affordable. This one ticks every box.

Jamie Clarke, CEO

An ultra-lightweight, hooded jacket is the gold standard for protection against the elements in almost any conditions - alpine and urban alike. Made from 100% traceable goose down, it offers the perfect combination of warmth, functionality, and durability.

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$149.99

Chamonix Down Jacket

For emergencies, like a wrong turn in the backcountry, or minor inconveniences, like an overly air-conditioned theatre, everyone needs a lightweight layer packed away in their bag. Every daypack should have this jacket. No excuses.

Jamie Clarke, CEO

No kit is complete without a lightweight down sweater. We made this one ultra-lightweight and packable (into its own pocket so you stuff sack is always around), so there's no excuse to leave home without it. In the backcountry, it's a key piece to have on hand for emergencies. And in the city? Wear it alone or under a coat to keep the chill at bay.

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$129.99

Alps Down Vest

The core acts as the motherboard of internal temperature control, so if your core stays warm, your extremities fair better. I wear this ultra-light piece on cold fall hikes or as a mid-layer during alpine activities.

Jamie Clarke, CEO

Perhaps the most underrated of garments, this vest is a critical part of any stay-warm strategy because when your core stays warm, your extremities stay warm too. Plus, the sleeveless style offers an unrestricted range of movement for total comfort on the slopes, in the city, and anywhere your adventures may take you.

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$129.99

Joffre Synthetic Insulator

When your heart rate goes high, but you need to keep your core temperature low, synthetic jackets outperform their down counterparts. That's why I keep a quick-drying synthetic jacket in my gear quiver.

Jamie Clarke, CEO

Heading out for heart-pumping, aerobic activity? Reach for this quick-drying synthetic insulator instead of a down jacket. (The latter can cause you to overheat.) In cool, dry weather, this lightweight, windproof jacket is the perfect standalone piece. Downpour on the horizon? Pop a waterproof shell on top and you're good to go.

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$249.99

Storm Down Parka

The goal was to make a jacket that was warm enough that I could wear it at Camp 2 on Mt. Everest, yet have it look right at home in the city. A jacket perfect in form and function, and we did it. A small step and a giant leap all in one jacket.

Jamie Clarke, CEO

When deep winter hits, reach for our urban parka and tell Mother Nature to bring it. Eyeball-freezing weather and blustering snow are no match for this down-filled, waterproof jacket that just so happens to look great, too.

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