What do you get when you cross a hardwearing trench coat with an unstructured jacket? Jack Spade's new bonded blazer—a 3/2 roll lapel sports coat tailored from two layers of bonded cotton. Soft-shouldered, slightly relaxed and ideal for layering, the jacket is lightweight but weather-resistant. Seam-sealed construction and secure flap pockets provide further protection from the elements, while a cleverly stitched channel within the chest pocket prevents any moisture from accumulating inside. And while it was made to withstand wind and repel precipitation, it also makes for an ideal travel jacket. What other blazer would so easily resist the rigors of flying coach, mid-flight spills and then getting stuffed into the overhead? Not to mention, tackling any forecast once you arrive.