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Spider-Man Just Wore The Perfect Jacket For Always Changing Temperatures

You need a lightweight, zip-down 'shacket.'
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Transitional dressing: not just a term dreamt up by marketing departments, but something of an art form. 

At one point or another, every man has peered out the window and grabbed the most weather-appropriate coat, only to later freeze and/or melt as the variances of climate change batter our shores. 

Consider Tom Holland your patron saint of the the season then. At a global Avengers: Infinity War press conference in LA, the Spider-Man incumbent flexed a jacket perfect for the fluctuating mercury, and one that packs an easy style win too.  


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A lightweight, zip-down 'shacket' (something in between a shirt and jacket, if you didn't know) provides a breathable shell in scorching heat, but it's also easily slotted with other layers if the sun loses his metaphorical hat. What's more, the jacket scores tonal points by using the safest shade in the book: gray. 

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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