The Summer Jacket: Buyer’s Guide & Live Action Getup Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. Casual StyleLive Action GetupOuterwearStyleSummer StyleThe Getup Matt My first thought was, “Who the hell needs a jacket in the summer??” – As I scrolled and saw the option for “all of our friends in the South”, I couldn’t help but crack a smile. That’s a little more like it. browneagle44 ロベルト I love getting subscription boxes from places based out of LA/ the west coast in general. Between Five Four, Loot Crate DX and Fashion Stork, I got three hoodies in May. rogun Yea, it’s been 85-90 degrees in the middle of the night where I live, so no need for jackets here. Lucas Couldn’t agree more, we can only dream of sub-90’s past May. Butch_Zee Not just the south. Midwest humidity means no jacket anytime. browneagle44 ロベルト Five Four has a bomber jacket from their Robert Gellar collection, as well. It runs about $45-I think the only color option right now is green. I’ve got the black one, and it fits and works great. Here it is, modelled by Greg “Snap Wexley” Grunberg. browneagle44 ロベルト Also, if you wanna join Five Four, let me know. Members have half-off referral code through the end of June (AKA, you get a box o’ goods for $30) Alex Bear I have a few different pairs of selvaged denim, but a pair of Rigid Dragon Levi’s like the ones listed are still my favorite at 1/4 the price. Joey Lenz If only they had any sort of quality control, but I agree totally. With how little time I get out of jeans before they start blowing out I can’t justify spending more money anymore. You can feel the difference in the denim, but not 4x better unless I could get 2 years out of a pair. Serafin Nunez Heat index of 105 today… reread this article in October. Joseph Padilla Yup, gotta love summer jackets. And thank God for SF Bay Area weather, too! I’d be all in if there was something as a “summer leather jacket.” Polartch Hey Andrew, any chance of a getup/look for wearing a tank top without looking like a tool in the summer? It’s always been a little out of my comfort zone, but as it gets hotter it’s becoming wayyyy more appealing!