I'm a big fan of Apolis. It's easy to be, since the socially-minded, West Coast-based brand specializes in clothes made with integrity that are as durable and practical as they are good looking. Brothers and co-founders Raan and Shea Parton are avid travelers and I think that vast experience on the road informs their design philosophy. You can definitely see the influence in their latest piece, the Archive Jacket. Inspired by a 1960s-era military work jacket, I see it as a summer-weight version of an M-65 field jacket—the masculine piece of outerwear that looks good on any guy. Cut and sewn in Los Angeles from a strong yet breathable cotton milled in India, the garment-dyed jacket is then stone washed for a comfortable, beat-up fit and feel. It's available in both a classic army drab green or navy and comes with plenty of pocket storage. I plan on pulling mine on when the temperatures dip at night, during spring showers or really anytime a blazer feels a bit too formal.