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Men’s 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket
Women’s Metropolis Parka
Women’s Plus Metropolis Parka
Women’s 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket
Men’s Build Up Jacket
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Women’s Freedom Stretch Jacket
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Men’s Gordon Lyons Full-Zip
Women’s Cragmont Fleece ¼-Snap
Kids’ Montana Ski Mitts
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Women’s Dragline Jacket
Kids’ Freedom Snow Suit
Men’s Freedom Insulated Pants
Women’s Build Up Jacket
Women’s Snoga Pants
Men’s Sidecut GORE-TEX® Jacket
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Women’s Arctic Parka
Men’s Coldworks Insulated Parka
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Men’s McMurdo Parka
Montana Pro GORE-TEX® Gloves
Women’s Shelbe Raschel Etip™ Gloves
Men’s Jumbo Half Dome Hoodie
Men’s Heavyweight Hoodie

From softshell jackets to parkas, shop a range of winter gear from The North Face to prep for the cold season.

 

Our warmest winter outerwear for cold weather

 

Keep off the snow and freezing rain with water-resistant and waterproof winter jackets. You'll stay warmer with layered sherpa fleece jackets and a pullover sweatshirt or zip jacket under your anorak or raincoat. When you need to break out the heavy-duty gear, reach for a down coat or puffer coat that can keep you cozy in frigid weather. Shop best sellers for year-round outdoor gear.

 

Winter coats in men's, women's, and kids' styles

 

You've got options when it comes to men's and women's outerwear this winter. Shop men's down jackets or women's faux fur hood parkas to find your favorite look. Outfitting yourself and your family for the weather has never been easier. Shop for layers, like hoodies that are packable in a travel backpack or accessories like gloves and socks. You can find winterwear in all sizes, including plus size, so anyone can adventure through the cold. Keep up with our latest looks by checking in with our new arrivals.

 

Take on a mild snow dusting or a full blizzard with winter outerwear for all outdoor adventures. Shop winter outerwear for snowsports, city living, and more.

 

What are some types of winter outerwear?

 

There are plenty of types of winter outerwear for a range of different climates. In warmer areas, you can wear a fleece jacket or a rain jacket as your winter coat. When the temperatures drop really low, reach for a down jacket or a puffer jacket to stay warm. Everything from fleece-lined leggings to a ski bib to a cable knit hat can also count as part of your winter outerwear. Even face masks are good winter gear, since they help keep warm breath circulating near your face, like a scarf.