The Best Winter Coats Will Keep You Warm, Dry, and Comfortable

Act now, before the one you've had your eye on gets scooped by someone else.

The Best Winter Coats Will Keep You Warm, Dry, and Comfortable
The Best Winter Coats Will Keep You Warm, Dry, and Comfortable

Idon’t learn about you guys, but every time there’s a kind of atypically Warm winter days right here in NYC I at all times get all hyped to put on one thing apart from a down coat for as soon as. Then I begin feeling responsible about climate change and the way it’s positively not pure for a New York winter to be this delicate, and suddenly I have to go residence and, like, watch a documentary on global warming or one thing to appease my nerves. (Should you’ve by no means handed out on the sofa to the dulcet tones of Al Gore waxing doom-osphical in regards to the planet on a TV within the background, do not speak to me or my son ever once more.)

Why am I fascinated by this? As a result of it is about to be fucking freezing out, and in order for you keep away from the kind of coat-on-coat motion rapper and famous layering fanatic Lil Uzi Vert describes with glee, it is time you began fascinated by copping a correct winter coat. And guess what? It ain’t all “Canada Goose this” and “Canada Goose that” (though, okay, sure—the model makes one hell of a parka). The perfect winter coat ought to be Warm. It ought to shield you from wind, snow, sleet, and all types of nasty climate. And it ought to look midway first rate doing it. A lot so, in actual fact, that you just will not sit up for these atypically Warm days within the slightest.

Sound like a tall order? Fear not. As a result of we tracked down a few of the Best choices to purchase now, lengthy earlier than that neighbor you secretly hate has the possibility to scoop the one you had your eye on—ruining it for you without end—and also you’re compelled to name an audible and go together with a unique selection in a second of desperation. Do not let him have the final snort. Cop a winter coat now and get the leap on Jason from the condo down the corridor. (Fuck you, Jason!)

Rockfall Down Parka

A water-resistant exterior and 550-fill power down are just part of the story with this Columbia jacket. The lining uses the brand’s proprietary Omni-Heat technology, which reflects back body heat to keep you extra warm in cold conditions. With all that to consider, the sleek white colorway is really just a bonus. (And a very stylish one, at that.)

Crinkle Reps NY Down Coat

Stone Island has built its cult-like following in no small part thanks to the brand’s mastery of materials. In this case, that means a poly-blend shell that’s been treated to look intentionally lived-in (while still being rugged enough for a lot more living), driven home by the iconic compass fabric badge on the left sleeve.

Ultra Parka

Abercrombie’s wind- and water-resistant down jacket combines the best aspects of a heritage-inspired design with all the trappings of a top-notch modern day winter coat, including fleece-lined pockets, adjustable draw cords by the waist, and heat trapping ribbed cuffs.

5 Craig Green Long Down Jacket

Moncler is damn-near synonymous with high-end ski style, and for good reason. The label knows how to keep you insulated, sure. (In this case, using down fill and big-ass paneling.) But it also knows how to make sure you look great as you make your way down the slopes or down the street, teaming up with industry darling Craig Green for a fashion-y spin on a classic silhouette.

Epuffa Mid Jacket

Daily Paper’s mid-length coat combines maximum insulation from the cold (courtesy of a 100% recycled polyester padding and functional details like a high neck and removable hood) with a glossy nylon fabric designed to provide some much-needed extra warmth.

Ultra Warm Down Coat

The Japanese mega-retailer reduced the weight of its polyester by 15 percent to make its down jackets as light as possible—all without compromising on comfort or durability. Its water-repellent winter coat packs in a whole lot of style for not a whole lot of cash.

Padded Coat

Woolrich’s padded down coat is about as classic as they come. In other words, if you’re looking for a timeless waist-length, winter-ready silhouette that’ll keep you nearly as toasty as any of its longer counterparts you’d be hard-pressed to find a better option for the price.

ReNew Long Parka

Everlane’s ReNew parka delivers on two fronts. First off, it’s incredibly eco-conscious. The recycled polyester fabric is made from 55 renewed plastic bottles, and while the zippers and trim aren’t recycled, the brand is working on it. Second, it’s warm—very warm. The body-length, boxy-fit parka is filled with Primaloft insulation that’ll keep you cozy on all but the most punishingly frigid days.

Oversized Down Jacket

Ader error’s retro-inflected, color-blocked style is intentionally oversized and ready-made to keep you cozy all season long. Heavily padded with down, the Korean brand’s zip-up jacket also boasts a packable hood you can adjust on the fly as you see fit.

Chateau Slim Fit Down Parka

Before Canada Goose became the brand of choice for style-conscious urban-dwellers, you could find it on arctic explorers and film crews working in seriously unpleasant conditions. There’s a reason for that: The company’s down-filled coats are both tough and insulating. And even if you’re not venturing into the unknown, the 625-fill power down on this Chateau parka is enough to keep you warm all winter.

Down-Fill Parka

Nike’s warmest cold-weather jacket was designed with your morning commute in mind, but even if you’re no longer trekking across sprawling urban tundras to get to your nine-to-five, its down parka will come in handy throughout the worst of winter. To paraphrase the Swoosh’s famous tagline: Just buy it.

Therme Insulated Parka

Arc’teryx’s area of expertise is the great outdoors, so it should come as no surprise that its 750-fill power down parka is fully kitted out to handle whatever the elements throw at it with ease, Gore-Tex exterior and all. Extra impressive: the brand’s signature Down Composite Mapping, which helps to deliver insulation in the areas that need it most.

Oversized Quilted-Shell Jacket

At first glance, Bianca Saunders’ take on the classic black puffer might not look all that different from those of her peers. But the British wunderkind earned her status as one of the most exciting talents in London’s fashion scene for knowing how to cut a garment just-so, and her mastery of silhouette is on full display here. Big but not bulky, oversized but not comically so, this jacket is a great (and cozy!) introduction to what Saunders does best.

Puffer Jacket

Herno’s waist-length puffer is lined with lightweight goose down, so you can be sure it’ll protect you from wind, water and whatever else it encounters this winter while maintaining its breathability. Throw in concealed fastenings and a heavily padded interior—plus that trusty down insulation—and you’ve got a super-sleek, super-functional winter coat.

1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket

Aside from the throwback good looks, The North Face’s Nuptse jacket has a lot to offer. The 700-fill goose down is certified to the Responsible Down Standard, and ranked among the warmest insulation the brand provides. And while it’s not entirely wind and waterproof, the Nuptse will keep you guarded from the elements on even the blustery-est days. All that, and classic style, too. Talk about a win-win.

Padded Coat

Yohji Yamamoto’s partnership with Adidas was nothing short of groundbreaking when it was first introduced in the early aughts, but it’s a testament to the *grimaces inwardly* genuine synergy between the two that the collaboration hasn’t lost its luster even after all these years. Yohji-san’s padded puffer jacket is made out of recycled polyester and features a down filling and a detachable hood, all done up in the designer’s signature dark palette.

Shelby Military Parka

If classic, outdoorsy parkas aren’t your thing, maybe Nobis’s military-inspired detailing will do it for you. This fishtail parka is windproof and waterproof, and finished with elements like epaulets and buttoned flap pockets to give it an elevated vibe. The 650-fill down means it’s also warm enough to keep you comfortable throughout the colder months.

Quilted Shell Hooded Down Jacket

C.P. Company’s waist-length, low-shine puffer offers a relatively low-key look with pockets aplenty and a sleeve that comes with a nod to the brand’s now-signature eye goggle patch. (All the better to see you with, etc.)

Hooded Padded Coat

Parajumper’s polar puffer is designed for severe weather, so it’s packed with technical details that’ll keep you warm and safe whether you’re trekking through the tundra or just on your way to the bodega down the block. Down insulation shields your body from the worst of the wind and rain, and a distinctive high neck design leaves as little exposed to the elements as possible.

Hoosac Jacket

The 550-fill power down and a detachable faux-fur hood are only part of the story when it comes to Penfield’s signature mountain parka. The rest of the narrative features cameos from a super-warm poly/cotton blend and a whole host of other lovable winter-ready characters.

Tres 3-in-1 Parka

If you need something to shield you from the wind and cold on your way to wherever the hell you’re going, Patagonia has you covered. The brand’s sleek waterproof parka looks and feels refined, but its bonded construction and removable, insulated liner ensure you’ll stay warm and dry in winter weather. Plus, you can wear both pieces together, or each separately for a true 3-in-1 system.

Ballistic Parka

The third round of Aimé Leon Dore’s ongoing collaboration with Woolrich sees the two brands team up on a beefy coat befitting the latter’s reputation as one of the trustiest purveyors of winter-ready clothing in the business. The duo’s ballistic parka is made from Woolrich’s signature water-resistant fabric and insulated with duck down for oodles of added warmth.

Hooded Padded Coat

Martine Rose’s down-filled coat takes all the functionality you want in a winter coat—from the concealed button fastening to the heavy padding—and blends it with an old-school, military-inspired feel. If you’re looking for something that’ll still be in style years from now, this is it.

Close Up Olivine Jacket

The upstart British designer brings her penchant for wood block prints to a heavily insulated, waist-length neon yellow coat that celebrates her Iranian heritage while keeping its wearer toasty all winter long.


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