Back in the ’30s, also known as the heyday of multifaceted adventure-businessmen, Eddie Bauer came up with the genius idea of stuffing a coat with goose feathers. They trap and retain the world’s best insulator: air.
It took another 40 years for it to see widespread use, as various Italian fashion houses launched puffer jackets into the pre-paninaro scene. Since then puffer jackets have infiltrated every aspect of fashion, and rightly so.
This Stone Island puffer at John Anthony – a Raso-Down – has a translucent outer with nuff outer pockets and multiple fastens. It’s warm, practical, and gully.