Introducing the OG Blazer

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Hey Everyone,

This is tailored performance in its truest form. It took us four years to get from the OG Pant to the OG Blazer, and for good reason. A technical blazer means combining two extremely different skill sets, tech garments and menswear, and we weren't ready to compromise on either.

When we finally hit the sweet spot with the Ultralight Blazer, we knew it was time to pick up the pace. As the days started getting shorter and colder, we needed to go back to the classics, to the core 4Season fabric we use in our OG pants. The OG Blazer had become a necessity.
The first secret is, of course, in the fabric. The 4Season fabric is tough on the exterior yet soft and breathable on the interior. It sheds light rain and dirt so you can look sharp and still play hard. The second secret is in menswear details; this is a real unstructured blazer, built in a real menswear factory. Two buttons, single breasted, notched lapel and functional sleeve buttons make this a classic ready for the future.
As for those original OG Pants, they've been in short supply as of late. We can't say much yet, but hold tight, we should have some interesting news about them in the next week or two...
All the best,

Abe, Tyler and the Outlier Crew

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