Winter is officially here, and temperatures are dropping – and staying – below freezing in many parts of the country. In these places, having a warm winter jacket or coat is essential. We’ve selected some of our favorite jackets for surviving freezing temperatures this winter.
This water-resistant puffer jacket contains Primaloft insulation, which looks and feels like down. But the best part? The jacket is made with 100% recycled materials!
Although some heavier jackets tend to be rough, this 100% lambswool peacoat is exceptionally soft. Plus, it gives a classic look that will last you for years to come.
This waterproof and windproof parka, which is lined with 550-fill-power goose down, falls to the thigh, which is great for cold weather. It comes with a removable hood (with removable faux fur trim) and hand-warmer pockets.
Canada Goose’s high-quality made-in-Canada products are known for their abilities to withstand even the most extreme arctic conditions (after all, Canadians know a thing or two about staying warm in cold temperatures). The coat comes with a lifetime warranty and is worth every cent.
If you are looking for a jacket that provides a lot of warmth for an economical price, try this option from Everlane, featuring a water-resistant finish, a snorkel hood, and hand pockets lined with fleece. The coat is made of 100% recycled fabric from 60 renewed plastic bottles.
If you are looking for an inexpensive jacket that can keep you warm, this 100% polyester style is a great option. It may not be best for extreme cold, but it will be enough to layer and block the chill. Plus, it’s from Amazon, so it’s easy to return.