When it comes to waterproof jackets, I definitely like to have a few options. Barbour and Mackintosh cover the traditional angle very nicely. I'm also a fan of the classic four pocket parka we're seeing a lot of at the moment. However, of all the styles available, I have a particular fondness for more technical looking pieces. Not only do they function well but I like the off-key element they can bring to an outfit. I love the styling of old Berghaus jackets. Marmot and Patagonia are great too and I think Supreme have done a fantastic job in the same vein. They've produced this jacket in black and blue but this colour's undoubtedly my favourite. The red and purple feels like such a classic 90s combination. This was something of a golden era for technical clothing and it's a great reference point. Supreme have made these jackets using 3-ply waterproof ripstop. This is not only practical but gives the shell an even more interesting appearance. They've used taped seams throughout and I really like the pocket positioning. As Ryan mentioned recently, this season's collection is particularly strong. There's a few things I want but if I could only choose one item, this would be it.