Spring Jackets
One year I wore a beloved black down coat straight through the 60-degree days of late spring in the Pacific Northwest. Needless to say, it was too hot to hike the pipe in and it got left on just about every tree branch. These jackets will carry you through May and even June without the fuss.-Rian Rhoe

Holden Haylan Patch Jacket ($210). Cute, utilitarian, fully waterproof vintage twill. Throw on some thrift-store shades and pretend you’re Laura Hadar. holdenouterwear.com

B By Burton Luna Pullover ($200). The diagonal zipper makes for the sweetest vent while hiking the pipe or your favorite rail. Plus, it makes the whole pulling-over aspect just that much easier. burton.com

Bonfire Ambition ($300). With Gore-Tex you can withstand a spring shower or even a regular downpour. More time on-hill is more time on-hill. With double storm flaps and fully taped seams, you’ll be the last one to call it a day. bonfiresnow.com

Grenade Vernon Jacket ($140). Pit zips, big-ass buttons, 5,000 mm waterproofing-what more could you want? This jacket is for the girl who can hang with the Grenerds and hold her own. grenadegloves.com

Nikita Atlantic Jacket ($99). There’s something undeniably attractive about horizontal stripes. This nylon windbreaker might not be tech-but those stripes-why would you deny them? nikitaclothing.com

Lifetime Collective Working Love ($110). A windbreaker that can hang in the park or in the city. Shred all day, skate at night, and with a double dose of deodorant, wear it out all night. Simplicity is sometimes tough to beat. lifetimeclothing.com