In our quest to provide a wealth of great outdoor equipment, we’ve searched high and low for supreme jackets to support your outdoor addictions. The following are five top jackets for winter that we’re certain you’ll enjoy:
First and foremost, we’ve discovered the Quest Core Component 3 in 1 jacket by Spyder. It was designed especially for the skier or snowboarder looking for versatility and value. It comes equipped with a removable (helmet compatible) hood, two-way center front zipper, waterproof chest pocket zipper, core ventilation system, powder skirt with snaps, data chord pocket, zip in attachment system,Velcro adjustable cuffs with gussets, and more.
The beauty of Spyder gear is it’s high degree of innovation — taking into account the importance of helmets and the joy of accommodating iPhones, Androids, iPods, and other high-tech gadgets.
If you’re looking to conquer Everest, Kilimanjaro, or trek to any other freezing mountain peak, Canada Goose knows how to keep your body and limbs from becoming icicles. The parka is filled with 625 power white duck down and comes equipped with a 195 gram artic tech shell and coyote fur ruff surrounding the adjustable hood.
When seeking out the ideal jacket for your expedition, it’s vital that you make an investment in high-quality gear. Because of Canada Goose’s stellar reputation among Everest climbers, the brand is a sure win.
When it comes a light-weight shell for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and camping/hiking ,Wild has developed an excellent one. The Hi-Fi Shell is made with four way stretch fabric, articulated sleeves, and detachable hood. It’s compact design allows for you to easily carry it in a pack when the sun is blazing.
Disigual Averd Hooded Jacket
The Disigual Averd is a fashion-forward jacket for urban adventures. If you find yourself strolling through the streets of New York or Paris on a chilly day, you’ll be happy you own this jacket for two reasons. First and foremost, it will keep you nice and warm. And secondly, it looks great.
The brand was established in Barcelona, Spain by designers who understand the importance of the perfect balance of style and comfort. After our editor wore the coat in chilly Michigan during Thanksgiving, he was sold on the Averd. It kept him warm, yet it wasn’t bulky in the least bit.` He was also quite happy with the numerous complements he received on it.
We couldn’t leave golfer’s out of the mix, especially in the winter. Swedish-inspired Cross Golf Apparel sought to solve the nagging frustrations associated with golfing in the cold by creating a jacket that allows full mobility throughout the entire swing. It is also water/wind repellent and is made with synthetic microfiber insulation that allows for perspiration to release.
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