5 of the Best Men’s Jackets for Winter

Winter is now a matter of weeks away and as the temperatures begin to tumble, most men will be turning their attention to the jackets and outerwear that they will be adding to their wardrobes over the next few weeks to make sure they’re prepared for any inclement weather that comes their way. Luckily there is certainly no shortage of excellent men’s jackets to choose from and regardless of your style or budget, you’re sure to find something that fits the bill.

Check out our pick of 5 of the best jackets for winter below:

Iron Heart IH-526-ODG Type III Jacket – $360

Effortlessly cool and classy, the Iron Heart IH-526-ODG Type III Jacket in Olive Whipcord ($360) is definitely one of our top picks here at Coolector HQ for anyone on the hunt for a versatile and robust new jacket for Winter. Crafted from the same whipcord outer fabric as the brand’s famous N-1 Deck Jackets, this jacket is lighter in weight, but still tough and durable. The IH-526-ODG is longer in the body than traditional Type IIIs and features a brown corduroy collar and cuff lining, plus hand warner pockets. It has side pockets which can also be used as extra internal pockets for items like phones and wallets and brown corduroy on the collar, cuffs and pockets. ($360)

Taylor Stitch Coit Jacket – $238

Another classy offering from our friends at Taylor Stitch, the Coit Jacket ($238) will keep you looking cool but feeling warm this winter. This is a true classic in every sense of the word and the woolen blend offers a ton of warmth alongside some additional suppleness and strength, which gives the Coit Jacket from Taylor Stitch just the right amount of heft without sacrificing comfort or wearability. Built like a tank, and well-appointed with three pockets, a versatile 2-way separating zipper, and understated dark horn buttons, this top class piece of outerwear might just become your favourite fall and winter tradition. ($238)

Howler Brothers Merlin Jacket – $199

Probably our favourite looking jacket on the list, the Howler Brothers Merlin Jacket ($199) is super cool and comes in three different colourways so you’ll be able to choose the perfect one for your wardrobe. This cracking piece of outerwear from Howler Brothers has a shell made from a water-resistant micro ripstop that resists tears and abrasion so it will be fit for any adventures you take it on this fall and winter. The Merlin is a tried-and-true jacket that thrives in fall chills and winter storms. It’s built from a water-resistant, rip-stop exterior and packed to the gills with plenty of Primaloft® Gold insulation so you’ll never feel the chill on a winter’s evening. ($199)

Bradley Mountain Cabin Field Jacket – $365

With a decidedly and pleasingly vintage feel, this versatile looking Bradley Mountain Cabin Field Jacket ($365) will go with more or less any outfit choices this winter be they formal or casual. It is lined with a warming wool and has a waxed outer shell with flannel lining in the arms that gives it an adventure readiness that is second to none. This is great for the colder months and makes you look and feel great when tackling the elements. The Cabin Field Jacket from Bradley Mountain fits like a trucker jacket and sits at the belt line. The vintage vibes of this piece of outerwear is finished off by the antique brass button shanks and snaps. ($365)

Finisterre Nimbus Jacket – $189

If you’ve got particularly brutal weather in your neck of the woods, the Finisterre Nimbus Jacket ($199) is the perfect choice for you. Boasting a highly water-resistant and windproof exterior which coated with DWR finish for extra protection, this jacket will keep you warm and dry whatever the weather. It has a Finisterre-engineered insulation which is made from recycled polyester fill that retains 75% of its warmth when wet—an upgrade from down fill, which only retains 15% of its warmth when wet. It will keep any adventure-seeker toasty during the cold weather months and the Nimbus is water-resistant, windproof, and wonderfully packable to take along for all your adventures. ($199)

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