It ain't spring yet.
Mother Nature, tease that she is, has plans to push the thermometer past 60 degrees for us here in Boston over the weekend... before it starts raining, sleeting and snowing throughout next week. Never a break up here in the wicked Northeast, but thankfully, Alphanumeric stopped by to hook it up with three new windbreakers for these "in like a lion" early March weeks, The Arch Windbreaker, The Switch Jacket and The Hunter Windbreaker.
In the game since '98, Alphanumeric is rooted in the skateboard scene with a reputation of crafting tough, durable products with technical superiority and second-to-none style. Influenced by surfing, snowboarding, car culture and music as well, Alphanumeric's unique "EnvironMental Protection Company" educational-based advertising campaign has spread the good word worldwide, touching on the interests and lifestyles of streetwear heads and skaters from San Diego to Osaka.
Alphanumeric's Arch Windbreaker is the ideal solution to the spring time blues. With a water-repellent 100% nylon ripstop weave shell and polyester lining, the Arch is suited for whatever Nature throws at you. A vented back panel keeps you cool and dry with the fluctuating spring temperatures, and when the night chills fall, pop the hood and keep the winds at bay.
With it's versatile, reversible look, pick your pattern with the Switch Jacket and get durability, comfort and style in return. The Hunter Windbreaker hold it's own in durability, and with the same back panel ventilation system as that of the Arch Windbreaker, the Hunter is a lightweight option for those temperature drops once the skate session continues after the sun goes down.