Men's Insulated & Down
Stay protected on any cold-weather excursion with the best men's winter jackets and coats from The North Face.
Explore Innovative and Warm Men's Winter Jackets
Get superior warmth and comfort in a lightweight package. Our goose-down jackets feature Heatseeker™ insulation to provide you with incredible warmth on the coldest days. Plus they come in everything from retro Nuptse looks to modern styles. If you prefer synthetic insulation, our PrimaLoft® insulation is a lightweight, high-loft insulation that makes up some of our warmest men's jackets. The full-zip style means it's no hassle to pull your warm winter jacket on and off on the trail, at the campsite, or back in the lodge. Stay extra toasty when you layer up with a slim-fit softshell jacket like a sherpa-soft fleece jacket or a pullover hoodie. We have big & tall outerwear that makes sure you have plenty of room for layers.
Winter Coats For Daring Outdoor Adventures
Even if it feels like the Arctic as soon as you step out the door, you don't need to feel like the weather is holding you back. For long hikes in cold, snowy conditions, choose men's ThermoBall™ outerwear. These jackets are ultralight and packable, while still retaining loft and providing crucial warmth in wet weather. The water-resistant shell offers some weather protection but stays warm even when the damp starts to seep through. If you need a men's winter coat that stands up to the elements, try out a windproof windbreaker or grab a waterproof coat with a durable water-repellent (DWR) finish.
What Are Some Of The Different Types Of Winter Jackets?
There are insulated jackets of all kinds to keep you warm when winter winds blow. Grab a down parka jacket for all the warmth of a peacoat without the heavyweight wool blend. Plus, you can add some interest to your look with a faux-fur trim hood or fun colors. A quilted, hooded puffer jacket is a perfect versatile jacket, great for city wear or the backcountry winter trails. We even offer two-way reversible jackets, if you like to switch things up. Snowsports enthusiasts will need a snowboarding or ski jacket to keep out the powder spray. If you live in a warmer climate, a midweight anorak or rain jacket might be just what you need for the cooler winter months.