As the temperature has started to drop, chances are you’ve already switched your wardrobe over from summer to fall. As another cold season approaches, it’s time to get up on this year’s jacket trends. We took the guesswork out of the mix and rounded up the best coats that women love for men, so you’ll look dapper through the winter months, too.
Morph Jacket (The North Face, $249): This 800-fill goose down jacket was made with minimal stitching to make it less likely to rip or pull. Cinch the elastic chord around the waist for a personalized fit. It has zippered pockets, too.
Solid Quilted Jacket (Vineyard Vines, $289): Perfect for that in-between weather, this quilted coat has a water-repellant outer membrane and a moisture-wicking jersey lining—great for those times where you’re rushing and suddenly can’t stop sweating even though it’s cold out... There are also entry pockets on the sides where you can stash hand warmers.
Nordic Down Parka (J Crew, $563): Being one of the heftiest and warmest jackets ever made by the clothing brand, this coat is perfect for even the most severe weather conditions. It’s water-resistant, insulated and has both a zipper and outer buttons for a more stylish look. You’ll love putting your hands in the fleece-lined pockets.
Danny Jacket (Burton, $140): Built with the company’s trademarked DRYRIDE Durashell fabric, this sporty option will repel wind, water and snow. Thanks to the four pockets, you’ll have a place for everything. The adjustable drawstring hood allows you to fit it to your exact head size.
Pritchard Coat (Canada Goose, $950): This pricey piece made by the iconic Canadian company combines function with sharp style. This jacket will keep you heated down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit thanks to its 675-fill goose down. Not feeling the fur hood? That’s OK—it’s removable.
Sapper Wax Jacket (Barbour, $429): The axed exterior of this top layer protects against the wind and other wintery elements, while it’s nylon, quilted lining keeps your core warm. In case of a rainstorm, there’s a hidden waterproof hood tucked inside the collar, too.
Everyday Billy Harrington Jacket (Quiksilver, $80): It’s called the everyday jacket because you may very well wear it on the regular. This khaki-colored jacket is ideal for the office, a date or even a casual Saturday stroll. It has front pockets for you to stash your personals and a cozy Sherpa lining.
G-1 Leather Jacket (Alpha Industries, $365): Channel your inner bad boy sporting this mid-weight, goatskin leather number. Based off the original G-1 jacket made by the U.S. Navy during WWII, this version has a soft fur collar for comfort and underarm gussets for breathability.
The Jetsetter Italian Wool Topcoat (Bonobos, $598): If you’re in need of a more formal topcoat, look no further. The neutral camel color will match almost any suit you own, and you have the option of getting a standard or slim cut. Extra stretch is built into the jacket so you have free range of motion.
Stay Puff Parka (Lululemon, $498): Feel warm without feeling weighed down wearing this parka. It’s 700-fill down and has a fully waterproof shell. Plus, it packs into its own hood, becoming a pillow for traveling.
Transporter Jacket II (Nau, $295): Not only will you look good, but you’ll feel good wearing this jacket knowing it’s made from recycled wool and nylon (the company prides itself on sustainability). If you hate keeping your wallet and keys in your pants, you’ll appreciate the four pockets.
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