I recently learned a lesson that I probably should've known about Everlane: You snooze, you lose. I'd asked to try one of their jackets that was like a teddy bear coat on the top and a traditional olive green military-style jacket on the bottom. The pair was really striking annnnnd apparently I wasn't the only person who thought so. By the time I received my sample to see in real life and write about it, it was gone.
Luckily, however, you can still snag The ReNew Long Liner, which is a modernized, slightly longer take on a military jacket that comes in olive green and black—without the teddy coat material up top that will scratch that same itch. The jacket has an oversized fit, so you can layer it over sweaters during this awkward sort-of-frigid-sort-of-not winter-spring weather we're having in New York, but you won't be stifling hot if you do, which I like a lot. (Sweating in a coat is the pits.)
When you slip it on, it feels almost weightless, but still somehow keeps you just the right amount of warm. I'm unsure how this happens, but let's go ahead and agree: probably some form of magic. In keeping with the oversized fit, the pockets are large enough to stash a bunch of things you need on the go—so it's a solid errand jacket as well. I really like the quilted material, which feels kind of like a retro take on a puffer coat (but again, so much lighter and easier to wear).
What's more: Everlane says it's removed about 90 percent of virgin plastics from its supply chain. Aside from the buttons and the trimming, the entire piece is sustainably made from recycled polyester, and the liner is filled entirely of recycled polyester as well. Feel good about it. Feel good in it. But get it before it disappears—trust me, it will.
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