As anyone who lives in a cold climate knows, staying warm requires a purposeful approach. According to the outdoor apparel specialists we spoke with, the warmest winter outerwear is typically a finely-tuned combination of a technical outer shell, high loft, insulation and practical details such as a hood, waterproof zippers, knit inset cuffs or seam sealing. Our pick for the Warmest Winter Coat Overall (the Patagonia Tres 3-in-1 Parka) and the Warmest Affordable Winter Coat (the Orolay Mid-Length Women's Down Jacket) both check the box on these invaluable components. Whether you're a winter gear junkie or you just hate being cold, here are the best winter coats for women to keep you content in frigid temperatures.
Marmot is known for its extra warm winter coats and ski jackets that fit well and last season after season. This cozy Montreal coat is a popular pick, with a water-resistant fabric, water-resistant 700-fill power down insulation.
Iconically made in Italy, the black trench silhouette comprises 100% wool. The natural fiber is inherently moisture-wicking, keeping you dry in volatile climates. Snug but not stifling, this coat is one of the warmest winter coats, whilst maintaining that all-important breathability.
As one of our best winter coats for women, this black coat by the Frankie Shop (just like any of the best trench coats for women) can be thrown over absolutely anything for a look that is effortlessly stylish, snug, and sustainable.
Investing in a high-quality winter coat is a wise decision. It will last you for years to come and will keep you warm in the harshest conditions. The stylists say that winter coats can range anywhere from $200 to $1,000, depending on the brand and materials. 781b155fdc