In December, we introduced you to new Boulder brand Ninox’s Bennett jacket, a technical (it’s wind and water-repellent) but handsome city-meets-ski-country coat made with fleece and wool. Well we’re officially over winter (and the 60 and 70 degrees in the forecast say so, too), so it’s time to trade in the Bennett jacket for something a little less heavy. Fortunately, the barely year-old Ninox just released its spring line of technical but attractive shirts, pants, and even shades that pair perfectly with patio-sitting, as well as pedal-pushing. Here, a quick look at some of Ninox’s newest additions.

Westcliff and Hudson dress shirts, $109
Made at a family-owned factory in New Jersey from 100 percent Portuguese cotton, these neutral-hued shirts easily work in to just about any wardrobe.

Carson chinos, $219
These puppies were built for Colorado: durable, breathable, and water- and dirt- repellent to boot, the Carson chinos are made with top-of-the-line Schoeller fabrics in Brooklyn, New York.

Keystone sunglasses, $109
Polarized lenses and spring hinges make Ninox’s chic shades functional while fishing for trout—or for a beer from the cooler.

Find Ninox’s spring line online at or at Nod & Rose in Boulder, and Armitage & McMillan in Denver. Look for the company’s new line of bags, due out next month.

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Kasey Cordell
Kasey Cordell
Kasey Cordell is the former Editorial Projects Director for 5280.