It’s that time of year again, the time to search for the perfect winter coat.
Whether for everyday use or an expedition or survival trip, it’s an investment that will save you during the cold winter months and it’s important that you find the one that’s right for you and literally have your back in wet, windy and snowy conditions.
Our winter coat guide will support you in finding the very best outdoor jacket.
TAD’s Citadel AW Down jacket is the defender of cool. Made with 90% goose down, Triple Aught Design have crafted the perfect armour and defence for the most bitter weather conditions.
Combining the luxury of expedition parka fill-weight with a technical alpine silhouette, Citadel delivers extraordinary warmth-to-weight performance without sacrificing mobility. Packed with pockets, this jacket is perfect for those who need to store personal carry items.
Hazard 4’s water-resistant poncho is their modernised take on a classic military poncho. In addition to its protective qualities, the stylish garment has heaps of benefits, including being able to be stuffed into its own pocket, as well as having the ability to transform into a small tent. Following a downfall, it even has a vent for drying. In our opinion, the ponchovilla should be an essential part of your survival wardrobe.
Snugpak’s Tomahawk jacket provides comfort all the way down to temperatures of minus 15. Both windproof and water-repellent, the insulated jacket has a longer tail, which gives you added protection from wet seating and snowfall.
Available in both green and camo, the Tomahawk has deep pockets to keep those hands warm and a zip-off hood.
Ever struggled deciding which colour option to go for? Well, you’ll be relieved of that decision with Carinthia’s reversible G Loft T2D (Turn to Dry) jacket. Boasting fast-warming G-LOFT® insulation, you get the choice of wearing it in black or olive.
The lightweight jacket has a practical stand-up collar providing you extra protection against chill and blistering winds.
Long sleeves aren’t everybody’s first choice, even in winter, and if that’s the case for you then Pentagon have you covered with their Aurora Hood Vest. A cross between a stylish gilet and a padded jacket, the insulated vest is another option for you to stay warm this winter.
The jacket can be packed inside its own pockets and has a Chanel design zipper for wind & Humidity protection. Available in both black and blue, it is crafted using high density, water-resistant material, allowing you a great chance when battling the elements.
Built for the wet weather, the Force Rainshell is a jacket that will keep you dry, but also snug against the elements. Designed for heavy downpours, it’s a performance piece when it comes to waterproofs. A reinforced brim and storm flaps also means you are protected from high winds and other adverse weather conditions. With storage within and easily paired with the Ripstop Trousers from the same range to withstand any storm.
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