Isaora, a New York City based brand, has recently changed its business model, and is now consumer direct. They just released their new spring line, and the first product I have seen is the Ultralight Windbreaker V.3. The blue jacket pictured above is made from 100% recycled polyester sourced from Japan. The material is coated with an ultra-durable DWR finish, that makes the jacket rain resistant. The smartest detail of the jacket is its weight. According to the Isaora website, the jacket weighs in at 114 grams. This is amazingly light. When opening the box, I was convinced there was nothing in it, and was pleasantly surprised when I discovered the jacket within. The jacket’s light weight makes for a garment that is decidedly comfortable. The cut is exceptional, and for such a thin and light piece, it is quite structured. It easily fits over a dress shirt, and keeps you warm. This isn’t meant for a brutal winter day, rather it’s perfect for cool spring evenings, or any time the breeze has a slight chill. Another point worth mentioning is how compact the Ultralight can get. The jacket can easily be stuffed anywhere from a back pocket to a backpack. It is so easily packed, there is no reason to ever leave it behind. The details can be found at Isaora, along with the rest of the spring collection. I look forward to seeing more from Isaora, and welcome their thoughtful attention to interesting design details.