Buy Mens Winter Coat
Buy Mens Winter Coat
There are insulated jackets of all kinds to keep you warm when winter winds blow. Grab a down parka jacket for all the warmth of a peacoat without the heavyweight wool blend. Plus, you can add some interest to your look with a faux-fur trim hood or fun colors. A quilted, hooded puffer jacket is a perfect versatile jacket, great for city wear or the backcountry winter trails. We even offer two-way Reversible Jackets, if you like to switch things up. Snowsports enthusiasts will need a Snowboarding Or Ski Jacket to keep out the powder spray. If you live in a warmer climate, a midweight anorak or Rain Jacket might be just what you need for the cooler winter months.
What makes a good winter coat depends on two things: what you need it for and how you want to look in it. Whether that means you're interested in a retro-inspired puffer coat, an iconic mountain expedition parka, or a sleeker fashion-forward option, you'll find it here.
Overall, the jacket it impressively lightweight, but packs a substantial 750 fill power for warmth and a an eco-friendly durable water resistant coating to help keep you dry. While most people wouldn't think adding water resistance to a jacket could be harmful to the planet, the chemicals used eventually break down into toxic pollutants. HeiQ Technology doesn't contain any harmful fluoride-based chemicals, such as PFOA, or PFOS.
The 1996 version became a fan favorite and could be spotted anywhere from mountain peaks to city streets. Its distinct boxy cut and large insulated baffles give it that classic puffer coat look with real functionality.
Overall, The North Face Nuptse has been one of the most timeless winter jackets over the last three decades. It's stood the test of time and looks just as good today. You'll find it in a variety of colorways, so you can pick your favorite color or collect multiples for different outfits.
Similar to an original Nuptse or the 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket, the RMST Nuptse Jacket maintains a stylish boxy shape, features 700-fill power recycled down insulation, and a durable water-repellent coating on the nylon.
If you're interested in a style that's more unique than the typical parkas and puffers, a sheepskin coat is a great alternative, and Overland's Classic Sheepskin B-3 Bomber is one of my favorite choices.
Aside from its ability to keep you warm, the Crofton has many features city folk will appreciate. The interior has shoulder straps, so you can take briefly take the jacket off to prevent overheating. If you've ever worn a winter coat while on the subway in New York City, you'll understand how useful this can be. The snorkel hood extends past your face to block out wind and snow. Additionally, you can pack the jacket into its left pocket and use the same straps to carry it like a shoulder bag.
The Mackage Kent modernizes the classic puffer style with large baffles, a removable hood, silver hardware, and the brand's signature logo on the sleeve. Despite being fashion-forward, the Kent Puffer is designed to be winter-ready with warm duck-down filling and a water-resistant nylon outer shell.
This 2-in-1 coat from Italian luxury brand Corneliani comes with a zip-out bib vest, giving you an extra layer of warmth on blustery days. The overcoat is cut from thermoregulating wool, which offers warmth, breathability and streamlined style to protect you from the elements.
In terms of length, longer coats tend to be warmer simply because they offer more coverage, but the length you choose in a warm winter coat is really about personal preference. In general, most people look for shorter length coats for active days, and longer coats for everyday situations or the office.
Looking for the best winter jacket available? After hand-testing over 50 winter coats over the last 8 years, we recently bought 16 of the best jackets for a rigorous side-by-side comparison. Our testing crew hunkered down in below-freezing temperatures for months at a time and braved