Insulated jackets, insulated vests, and more
Find the perfect style for your insulated outerwear. Compare our water-resistant Durable Water-Repellent (DWR) finish to our fully waterproof rain jackets that can take on snow and rain. Our quilted puffer jackets give you a slim fit that's still warm, while our large-baffle puffers are bringing retro back. Shop for packable jackets that look good, even right out of your duffel bag. With sizes up to XXL and 3XL, it's easy to layer insulated vests and jackets over your base layers. Keep up on the latest trending looks with new arrivals for every season.
Take on the cold with men's, women's, and kids' down jackets
When a pullover hoodie isn't enough, grab a hooded jacket that will keep you warm through it all. Grab your snowboard or skis and head for the slopes. An insulated down jacket will last you trip after trip down black diamond trails. Going backcountry backpacking? Our ThermoBall jackets are made with ripstop for a lightweight durability that can't be beat on the trail. Even our reversible jackets are made to last, with a sherpa fleece option that goes hard on a hike.
What is the warmest outerwear?
We have plenty of ultra-warm parkas, down insulation and synthetic insulation jackets, and Triclimate® 3-in-1 jackets. For our warmest gear, check the warmth and windproof ratings, looking for 3/3 in both. If you're heading mountain climbing, however, not just any winter coat will do. Check out our Advanced Mountain Kit for the heaviest of our heavy-duty warmth.
What type of jacket is the warmest?
Our down jackets provide the most warmth for your cold-weather trips. Whether it's our Men’s Corefire Down Jacket or our Men’s 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket, the high-loft puffer jacket style allows the most heat to be trapped and retained by your body. PrimaLoft synthetic insulation offers a lightweight, warm solution. Our down parkas might be heavier, but they make up for it in warmth.
Ready for winter’s cold? Don’t skip the insulated outerwear. Protect yourself from freezing temps, cold winds, and snowdrifts with head-to-toe insulation.