Folk's take on the khaki jacket is heavy on structure and light on bulk. Elastic tape cinches the jacket in toward the waist – great if you're on the skinnier side – and provides a bit of detailing to what would otherwise be an extremely simple form. The gusseted front pockets and nut buttons are a heavy-duty touch, but coat looks better over an oxford shirt and jeans than over a tee. Perfect for bbqing and the baseball stands, the jacket is suited to any man who doesn't habitually wear khakis. [$375; folkclothing.com]
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