5 of the Best Field Jackets for Winter Adventures

Christmas might be over now but winter is still in full swing and if you’re planning on heading into the great outdoors in search of adventure, you need a jacket that’s got your back. A versatile, stylish and functional piece of outerwear is a must for the winter months and don’t worry if you don’t know where to begin finding the perfect one for you because we’ve taken the leg work out of it.

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

Proof Lightning Field Jacket – $298

Whether it’s urban exploring or wilderness adventures you’ve got in store this winter, this Proof Lightning Field Jacket ($298) will definitely tick all of the right boxes. It has a triple-layered construction and seam-sealed interior which delivers a completely waterproof design and the tricot interior lining feels great against the skin and doesn’t stick in humid, wet weather. This ace jacket is kitted out with plenty of storage pockets and endless technical prowess for proper protection in any weather and any occasion. ($298)


Grayers Crinkle Poplin Parka – $170

This classic quilted, insulated field parka has been crafted for everyday wear in the colder months and it is an Huckberry exclusive available for a bargain price right now. The Grayers Crinkle Poplin Parka ($170) has a quilted construction for robustness and a devilishly dapper aesthetic. The fleece-lined collar provides extra warmth and comfort in the cold winter months and the chambray-lined handwarmer pockets behind flap pockets will be a godsend when cold winds are blowing. It takes its design inspiration from old-school field jackets, and it’s a no-nonsense outer layer for keeping toasty warm. The roomy pockets for hats, gloves, and EDC is a nice, heritage touch that we’re big fans of here at Coolector HQ. ($170)


Filson Down Cruiser Jacket – $450

Filson are a brand that have adventure in their blood and this shines through in all their excellent outerwear creations. One of our favourites here at The Coolector is definitely this Filson Down Cruiser Jacket ($450) which boasts a heavy-duty Cover Cloth construction that is water-resistant and ultra-durable. The ethically sourced goose down insulation ensures toasty warmth in winter’s toughest weather and the standing collar and handwarmer pockets are lined with quality merino wool for extra warmth and comfort all through the unforgiving winter months. With  handsome looks and a level of robustness that could survive the Yukon, you’ll not find many field jackets more accomplished than this one. ($450)


Flint & Tinder Quilted Waxed Field Jacket – $348

Made from a hardy British Millerain waxed canvas shell, plenty of cozy goose down insulation, and a slew of contemporary, technical features to create the modern piece of outerwear you see before you, it is little wonder that the Flint & Tinder Quilted Waxed Field Jacket ($348) is one of the most popular on the Huckberry site. It passed numerous quality tests out on a ranch in Montana so you know it’s not going to let you down whatever outdoor adventures you find yourself on. It has a traditional, hidden side-entry pocket with microfiber lining for additional warmth and the lining is made from a Japanese polyester that’s really easy to get in and out of, even with a flannel or sweater on underneath. ($348)


Relwen Fishtail Parka Jacket – $648

From top to bottom, the Relwen Fishtail Parka Jacket ($648) is decked out with features that you might see on Everest worthy alpine jacket such as thick insulation, DWR coating, countless pockets, super durable shell, and many, many more. All in all, it’s a one-stop-shop for your winter weather needs and some of the stand out elements of the design include the rib knit cuffs with thumb holes and adjustable waist hem ensure the cold air stays out, the adjustable hood which is lined with cozy flannel, reinforced seams ensure a long life time and secure interior zippered pocket for valuables. ($648)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.