There are two kinds of people in the world – the ones who love winters, and the ones that quake with fear when told ‘Winter is coming.’ But if you in a place where winters run strong for 4-6 months a year, there’s no choice but to give in and embrace it. Some places give you a chance to doll up while others, sadly, freeze your anatomy if you are not well prepared. If you haven’t already realized where this is going, it all starts with a winter jacket. The idea is to invest in a good one that is functional and lasts for a long time. Are you looking for a winter jacket? Do you want to know what your options are? We’ve got this! Here’s a list of the best winter jackets in the market right now.
10 Warmest Winter Jackets And Coats For Women
1. Columbia Sportswear Long Down Winter Jacket
When winters start to get serious, you need to stop goofing around with hoodies and flimsy pullovers and look for jackets that can protect you from the cold. If you don’t like the idea of heavy jackets that weigh you down, choose a lightweight down jacket that protects you from harsh conditions like the Arctic air. Here’s a jacket from Columbia Sportswear with 600-fill-power-goose-down that is soft, portable, and comes with patented thermal-reflective technology that reflects your body heat to keep you warm. It is light, breathable, and water-resistant. All of this without compromising on the aesthetics of it. The quilted pattern has a sheen and cinches slightly to define your waistline.
2. Orolay Thickened Down Jacket
The idea of winter jackets is cringeworthy because they add a few kilos and make it look like you’re carrying it all on your shoulders. However, the Orolay Thickened Down Jacket avoids doing just that by being fluffy and light and keeping you thoroughly covered and warm. It is made from adopted polyester material that is about 60% denser than most materials used for winter jackets but without being heavy. Everything about this jacket is unique, from the crumpled hem to its perfect stitches. This is a coat that is equal parts functional and fun.
3. The North Face Women’s Arctic Parka
Love the idea of trench coats, but the city you stay doesn’t give you the opportunity to look even remotely chic? We have some good news! The North Face Women’s Arctic Parka is a long trench style winter jacket that protects you when winters in your area start to feel like strong Arctic winds. This jacket is breathable and comes with 550 fill down insulation. It is waterproof and deflects rain, sleet, and snow. It cinches at the waist and is figure-flattering too.
4. Arc’teryx Patera Parka Long
Arc’teryx Patera Parla Long takes you from town to city without compromising on style or functionality. It fully covers you up from head to ankles and regulates the temperature inside by letting moisture vapor escape. It is breathable and does not feel heavy because of the lightweight materials used.
5. Mountain Khakis Women’s Ooh LA LA Down Vest
Apart from all the heavy loaded jackets, you need other knick-knack layers like vests, shrugs, and pullovers that you can add, especially during fluctuating weathers. The Mountain Khaki Women’s Vest comes with 650 fill down insulation that is featherlight but gives you excellent warmth. The gathered waistline, oversized collar, and sheen are all charming additions.
6. Orolay Women’s Thickened Jacket With Hood
This long trench style jacket is meant for harsh winters. It is made with high quality down filling and doesn’t look puffed up like the bomber jackets made with this material. Its neckline is unique, stylish, and continues down till the knees, adding to the aesthetic.
7. BGSD Women’s Tabby Water Resistant Hooded Maxi
If you want to go all out with coverage and are looking for that one jacket that covers you entirely, you need to try out this hooded maxi by BGSD. The BGSD Women’s Tabby Water Resistant Hooded Maxi is a bestseller for the same reason. It is made from 100% lightweight polyester with 20% feathers, which makes it airy and breathable. It comes with two pockets on the inside and outside, so you can store your belongings and tuck your hands in comfortably. You can wash it at home, and it barely needs any maintenance.
8. Montane Phoenix Jacket
The Montane Ladies Phoenix Jacket is lightweight and perfect for outdoors. It is designed in a way that gives you full insulation. Though it is water-resistant and windproof, it is extremely breathable. Its fabric locks air inside the jacket while letting the insulation fully loft, retain warmth, and prevent cold air from getting in. Since its yarns are recycled, it is eco-friendly too.
9. Adidas Outdoor Nuvic
Adidas is the master of the game when it comes to outdoor clothing, and it is no different with winter clothing. Their HyperDRY Nuvic Jacket can be worn on a trek as well as in the city. This lightweight jacket is made from finely woven fabrics that are water-resistant and also come with heat-seal technology with an overlapping design that prevents water and cold air from seeping through. Its goose down blend material retains warmth while the insulation ensures warmth retention. The patented HyperDry DWR finish keeps the jacket dry, and the fluorocarbon-free wax-based finish makes it 80% more long-lasting than your standard DWR finishes. Another interesting fact about this jacket is that the insulation feathers are taken from birds that are not live-plucked or force-fed, and their protection is taken into consideration.
10. Kate’s Fur Collection Women’s Parka
Kate’s Fur Collection Women’s Parka is made for the toughest of winters. However, its fun colors make it cool. You know what else makes it attractive? You can customize it according to your taste! You can customize the fur and colors of your jacket. The order will take about a week to be made and shipped to your address. These parka jackets are lined with luscious fox fur and a custom coat that protects it. The snug two-way zip closure keeps you warm and cozy, the hood protects your ears and head from the cold breeze, and the functional pockets are a perfect addition.
So, are you ready for the winter? Which of these jackets would you pick to keep yourself warm during those cold winter months? Comment below to let us know.
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