Hitting above the knee, the Kensington is the epitome of a winter jacket. Three jackets in one allow you to be ready for anything that mother nature throws your way; this contender is perfect for a wet climate like the Pacific Northwest, as the outer shell is Patagonia's signature H2No Performance Standard Fabric. This super cute ZeroXposur puffer is made with packable sweater down, which is lighter and slimmer than regular down jackets. Canada Goose is known for high quality and fashion, and the Shelburne Parka is both of those things.
A detachable coyote fur ruff on the removable hood adds a classic parka feel while offering extra protection from cold winds and snow. The smooth, but thick, durable polyester material on the outer shell repels water well, despite only being billed as water-resistant, not waterproof. Insulated with fill-power down, this wasn't the warmest jacket we tested, but we never felt cold in this contender.
The above-the-knee cut allowed for movement without being restrictive, and the microfleece-lined pockets, thick knit cuffs, and an adjustable cinched waist proved Canada Goose's attention to detail. No matter what mother nature has in store this winter, the Kensington Parka can handle it. Canada Goose Kensington Parka. Who says winter has to be cold and miserable? Why not look fabulous and stay warm?
The Marmot Montreaux kept us looking stylish and incredibly warm all winter long. Insulated with plush Down Defender fill power down, we had no problem being outside in F degree weather, as the down insulation is thicker and loftier than any other model we tested. Treated with a durable water repellent DWR coating, the polyester fabric is water-resistant, but not waterproof. When we tested this jacket in the elements, water initially beaded up and rolled off, but the Montreaux eventually became saturated in heavy rain.
We were impressed by how it performed in snowy conditions and we didn't have any issues with penetrating wind, thanks to its thick down. We wore this contender in snowy weather for an extended period and came out with a dry core keep in mind that down insulation doesn't like getting wet and after an extended period in the rain, down can lose its loftiness AKA its warmth.
Besides being incredibly warm, the Montreaux is also very stylish. If you are in the market for a long, knee-length style parka with a form-fitting look and sleek faux fur hood, this is the jacket for you. What makes it even better, is that it's half the price of the Editors' Choice award winner, the Canada Goose Kensington Parka. Finding a winter jacket that's warm and waterproof and won't break the bank is hard.
Insulated with fill goose down, this model kept us warm and dry when we were shoveling the driveway. The outer shell is highly durable and windproof; despite being such a burly winter jacket, it was also quite stylish and less than half the price of our Editors' Choice Award Winner. The Arctic Parka II offers a classic winter parka look with its faux fur ruff around the hood and a smooth exterior appearance. For this price, you'll be warm and fashionable, and it won't break the bank.
Depending on where you live, winter can be messy. Sleet, snow, freezing rain, the whole nine yards. If you live in a wet climate, having a dependable jacket for the winter is crucial; the Patagonia Tres Down Parka is the perfect winter parka to tackle any weather condition. Three jackets in one allow you to be ready for anything that mother nature throws your way; this contender is perfect for a wet climate like the Pacific Northwest, as the outer shell is Patagonia's signature H2No Performance Standard Fabric.
A great lightweight option for clear and cold days, this jacket has been treated with a DWR coating. It's water-resistant but not fully waterproof; when all layers are worn together, we felt protected in sloppy wet weather better than any other jacket we tested.
Patagonia Tres 3-in-1 Parka - Women's. We gauged our winter jackets based on five criteria: The table above displays the Overall Performance score of each jacket in our review, ranking from highest to lowest.
All the jackets we tested delivered some degree of warmth. When buying a winter jacket, one of the most important features is the level of warmth being offered.
It's also important to look at the climate you experience on a regular basis and think about what you intend on using the jacket for. Choosing the right jacket is crucial for staying comfortable and warm and enjoying the great outdoors during the winter. A jacket's warmth is based on the loft or fill-power of the insulation, along with the fill-weight. Lucky for you, we tested each one side-by-side in snow, rain, wind, and frigid temperatures - all in our effort to find out which ones were the warmest for various climates.
We went hiking in each model and braved windy storms. We also wore them in varying degrees of temperatures and stood in place for extended periods. You name it, we did it. The warmest jacket we tested was our Best Buy award winner, the Marmot Montreaux , which earned a perfect 10 out of Loaded with fill-power down from hood to knee, we stayed toasty on some seriously cold days. The loft of the down performed extraordinarily, trapping heat and keeping the wind out.
Our Editors' Choice award winner, the Canada Goose Kensington Parka , was close in warmth and was filled with fill white duck down. The durable shell on the Kensington Parka kept cold air out and warm air in, scoring a near perfect 9 out of 10 in the warmth metric. Also scoring a 9 out of 10, cue the Patagonia Down With It Parka, which is insulated with fill-power recycled down. Both are insulated with plush, thick down from the hood to above our knee and did an excellent job keeping cold air out and heat trapped inside.
Most of the jackets offered specific features, which helped improve our warmth on cold days - the main one being fleece-lined pockets!
What a lovely, cozy feature on a supremely cold day. Thickly insulated hoods, like the Canada Goose Shelburne Parka and the Marmot Montreaux kept us toasty and secure in stormy weather.
The extra protection and down insulation made a difference when it came to staying warm in frigid weather 10F and below. If you are someone that is always cold, or you just like to stay toasty warm, we'd recommend considering a knee-length parka. A common misconception is that because a jacket or parka has a higher fill, it will be the warmest. The Arc'teryx Patera Parka has fill European goose down, but is not the warmest contender; in fact, it ranks towards the bottom in regards to keeping us toasty on a cold winter day, scoring a 6 out of While it is not as lofty as the Montreaux or the Kensington Parka , the Patera uses Coreloft synthetic fill in high moisture spots - inner arms, hem, and collar.
We could feel the cold air on our arms and shoulders in cold weather because of this. In a milder climate of F, however, we appreciated the Coreloft synthetic fill while out on a short hike, especially when we started to get hot and sweaty. If you're seeking a jacket that handles breathability and ventilation, we like the Arc'teryx Darrah Coat. We generally found that synthetic and insulated models with low fill powers lacked considerable warmth and were among the lowest, in regards to warmth, in our testing.
The Arc'teryx Patera Parka is a synthetically insulated winter option, complete with g of Coreloft synthetic insulation. It's not the best parka for weather below 25F or super cold snow storms, but we were impressed with how well it performed while blocking wind and keeping our core warm. While they were both surprisingly warm, they were not as toasty as the jackets that are insulated with thick down and high fill powers, such as the Rab Deep Cover Parka or the Marmot Montreaux.
The Columbia Heavenly Long Hooded Jacket is insulated with an unknown amount of Omni-Heat synthetic fill, while Arc'teryx Darrah Coat has grams of synthetic insulation which is equivalent to fill goose down. Despite being insulated with the equivalent of fill goose down, the Arc'teryx Darrah Coat was warmer in windy and stormy conditions. We'd believe that warmth and water resistance almost go hand in hand. Winter weather can range from snow, sleet, wind, freezing rain, or just plain old heavy rain.
All the models we tested offered some level of protection from the elements, from DWR durable water repellent coated nylon or polyester shell to full-blown waterproof fabric.
Before buying a winter jacket, it's important to consider the climate you live in and the purpose of the jacket. If you are living in a wet climate like Seattle, having a jacket that is waterproof and warm is important. If cold temperatures and snow are your typical winter conditions, a DWR coating should suffice. To figure out each jacket's degree of Weather Resistance, we put them through an array of tests. We went on walks on snow days, stood in place for an extended period in windy conditions, braved blizzards in the middle of the night, and we even brought the two-layer waterproof models in the shower.
The durable exterior shells kept us toasty and warm in windy weather, as did the thick down of Patagonia Down With It Parka and the Marmot Montreaux. Whether you're holiday shopping in New York City on a blustery day, or running errands around town in light snow, why not look stylish and warm?
The models we tested ranged in length, fit and function. Some had a smooth, sleek outer shell like the Arc'teryx Patera Parka , while others had beautiful chevron baffling, like the Marmot Montreaux. Everyone has their own preference, but what stood out the most concerning style was the fit. If your jacket doesn't fit you correctly, chances are you won't like wearing it, which sounds like a waste of money.
With that said, make sure to know your size and how the jacket fits before buying one, or brace yourself for the impact of reordering and returning until you figure out the best fit. If you're someone that likes to layer up, a jacket that offers more room in the arms and torso will be perfect for fitting a heavy layer or sweater underneath.
While everyone has their own opinion when it comes to style and how a jacket fits, the jackets we found to be the most appealing over our two months of testing were the form-fitting ones, like the Canada Goose Kensington Parka and the Rab Deep Cover Parka ; both scored a perfect 10 out of Oozing with style from head to toe, this knee-length contender is a show stopper. From the smooth, sleek, water-resistant outer shell to the adjustable cinched-waist, no detail has been left out.
The quality construction of the Kensington Parka is apparent across the board. Canada Goose continues to impress and the Camp Hooded was no exception. Compared to The Legendary Whitetails Anchorage Parka , which has many stylish features, the Canada Goose Kensington offers a heavy-duty option that's going to last longer.
Military grade buttons and zippers add a durable touch without jeopardizing the classy look of the jacket. The coyote fur ruff is highly functional in cold weather, as well as super stylish. The Kensington is comparable to armor, but it's also attractive, form-fitting, and feminine.
In cold weather and stormy conditions, if your jacket isn't keeping you warm, your level of comfort might also suffer. For some, fashion is more important than practicality, but for this review, we focused on both. We tested a range of contenders with various kinds and levels of insulation, like the knee-length Marmot Montreaux , insulated with plush fill-power down, or the lightweight synthetic Arc'teryx Darrah.
The models we tested delivered varying levels of comfort. Specific comfort features that attributed to high scores were thick and insulating hoods like on the Marmot Montreaux and the Canada Goose Kensington Parka.
Plush down that was warm and not restricting was also taken into consideration, such as the down found on the Rab Deep Cover Parka. The Marmot Montreaux was exceptionally comfortable, despite being insulated with plush down from our head to above the knee; it's also very cozy and warm, which allowed us to be content in the frigid outside elements.
The torso, cuffs, pockets, and collar are also lined with fleece; these subtle, but vital features, add a cozy and warm touch. Last but certainly not least, the Canada Goose Camp Hooded earned a perfect score in this metric, provided us with enough comfort to sail through the winter.
You may not realize how important a warm hood is until you try on a contender that doesn't have any insulation at all, like the Patagonia Tres Down Parka ; however, there is enough room underneath the hood for a beanie.
Our head to be noticeably colder in stormy or freezing conditions, versus when we were wearing a model that had a toasty hood. Another factor that was important in measuring comfort was mobility. Jackets that ran small, or were tight on the shoulders, like the Arc'teryx Darrah , weren't as comfortable to wear because they were restricting and hard to fit another layer underneath. Alternatively, a jacket that is too tight or too loose may be restricting, distracting, and not as comfortable as it could and should be.
If it's too big for your body, it may not be trapping heat properly. We encourage you to take the time to make sure you are buying a jacket that fits your body type.
A durable jacket has the potential to last you multiple seasons. Often that means having to dish out extra money for better quality construction, but at least you'll know you are getting your monies worth. So what makes a jacket durable?
To us, durability means that the jacket can handle what it is intended to do, plus some, with quality construction that will last for years to come. We tested jackets that had soft, polyester or nylon DWR shells, as well as thick, burly two-layer waterproof fabrics. Obviously, in most cases, the heavy duty waterproof fabric is going to be more durable and will protect against snags and tears more than the DWR shells.
If you are someone that plans on adventuring to new levels in their winter jacket, a heavy duty durable coat will be right up your alley. The equivalent of snow bunny armor, the Canada Goose Kensington is highly durable and attractive and is the only jacket to score a perfect 10 out of 10 in the durability metric. The water-resistant polyester fabric almost feels impenetrable to snags and tears. Double-breasted styling with big shiny silver buttons elevates its fancy tendencies.
The belt can be worn traditionally, tied in the front, or more playfully, swung over to the side more like a sash.
The stand up collar can be worn closed or open and folded down. Plus this cutie comes in five different colors from, all perfect wardrobe neutrals, and at this terrific price, why not get more than one? Slip it on with some world-famous Calvin Klein jeans and some tall boots for a super stylish look. This great looking double-breasted pea coat from Tommy Hilfiger is the perfect grab and go jacket for every woman.
Made from a wool and polyester blend, this great pea coat hits just below the hips for a little better protection for your tush during wind and weather. It features figure flattering princess seaming with a contrasting buttonhole at the deeply notched collar. Vertical welt pockets fall right at the waist to keep hands comfortable and cozy.
The added partial belt band in back gives this jacket some added flair. Pair it with a Tommy Hilfiger scarf and hat for a cute, buttoned up look. But London Fog has answered the challenge with this warm and cozy, super stylish plus size pea coat. Double breasted styling flatters fuller figures, whether you leave it open and casual or buttoned up against the weather. And speaking of weather, the wool and poly blend fabric will keep you cozy and comfy.
Want to see more plus sized pea coats? The wool-blend baby-doll styling features a convertible spread-to-funnel collar, side pockets, and a wide vent at center back. Over-stitched detailing gives it an extra smart look, and the figure flattering seems will make you look great from front to back. The simple four button closure keeps your jacket in place and the roomy body allows you to easily slip on this cute coat over suits , or jeans and a sweater , with plenty of breathing space.
This Solid color fleece pea coat from Aeropostale might be your new favorite casual jacket for walking the dog, or running errands. Solid fleece construction means easy wash and care.
The fold down collar looks cute buttoned and flipped up or worn folded down with a scarf. Imagine cozying up in this eye catching faux fur coat from Trina Turk.
The Makayla faux fur coat features multiple hues from white and tan to black, meaning you can throw it over practically anything and it will look great and keep you warm and toasty. It comes with a cushy hood that will keep your head and ears covered from the weather, and the deep side pockets are easy to slip your hands into on the chilliest days.
Made from acrylic and modal, this coat is both fashionable and politically correct. Trina Turk creates so many alluring fashion designs, especially for petite women. It features an oversized collar with notches and side pockets with faux leather trim.
The front features hidden hook closures to keep your jacket cinched close, even when the wind is blowing. This percent handmade, high quality, high-end sable faux fur coat feels exquisitely glossy and soft. This lovely winter coat features a full front hook and eye closure, lotus leaf collar and oversized lapels that snuggle up around your neck.
Add a faux fur head warmer for a super sexy look on those cold nights out. You can plan on staying warm and keeping your style chic and classy with this great looking, genuinely simulated faux leather pea coat. The Ovonzo super soft jacket will keep you cozy even in the harshest winters and stylish during the windiest spring.
It is fully lined with faux-shearling and has good sized patch pockets at the waist with neat straight hems, to let you amp up your fashion game. The adjustable collar, graced with faux-shearling, adds flexibility to your look as well. Double breasted, with hidden snaps, this great looking coat gives you a smooth, not-too-bulky look. Shearling coats are hot this season. Check out lots more styles of shearling coats here.
This long hooded faux fur plus size coat is perfect for cold winter nights. This beauty is fashionably loose and gracefully oversized. The generous cut gives you both style and comfort. It features long sleeves with elegant rolled cuffs with deliver extreme warmth and offer enough room for a flawless fit over your suits or other clothes.
The gorgeous attached hood is both flattering and warm against the weather. The hidden hook and eye front closure is highlighted by a single detail button at the neck. Amazingly, this beautiful coat can be machine washed and tumble dried, which makes maintenance a breeze.
There are so many awesome and flattering coats for plus sized women. Browse for more of them here. A great winter grabber from BCBGeneration, this blurry plaid wrap coat is a awesome addition to your coat collection.
The drape front collar looks elegant, but you can also snuggle it up around your neck on the coldest of days. If casual coats are your thing, you can add more of them to your collection here. This classy wrap coat from Vince Camuto features great styling, with a faux fur front placket and collar, and a wide, easy-tie belt. Made from a warm and cozy wool-blend, it features a concealed zipper closure, which keeps the front simple and stylish.
The side-entry pockets are big enough to stash a pair of warm gloves for the worst weather. Anne Klein came up with the perfect, classic belted wrap coat that features a flattering draped collar with an accent button at left shoulder.
While wrap coats can tend to be bulky or boxy, this pretty coat hugs your body nicely. The stylish fit accommodates broader shouldered women. This coat works well from fall to winter, to cooler spring days, and the classic winter white is a go to favorite in my closet, but it also comes in darker colors as well.
Looking for a different style of winter white coat? Cole Haan is well known for creating high fashion at approachable prices and this gorgeous wrap coat is a great example of just that.
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