The cold is the main reason why so many people dislike winter. Yes shovelling the snow in your driveway, or sliding down the sidewalk might make things even harder, but that can’t be controlled. What you can control is how you’re going to stay warm. For those who don’t ski or snowboard, the fun doesn’t have to stop once the temperature drops.
Arc’teryx Cerium LT Hoody
Even if the Cerium LT Hoody can be used as an intermediate layer, the Arc’teryx jacket is warm enough to protect you from the cold while doing physical activities, or when walking around on a nice day, in the city. It is extremely light – thanks to its 850-fil down duvet – and also very breathable and water-resistant.
Canada Goose Langford Parka
A classic for men from Canada Goose. The Chateau Parka blends Arctic performance with urban elegance. With the Arctic-Tech shell and the 625-fil duck down duvet, you can be assured to stay warm and cozy – while adopting a simple, classic and urban look.
Fjällräven Yupik Parka
Thanks to the Supreme Micro Loft Insulation and the synthetic lining – the Yupik parka from Fjällräven is the ideal jacket for unpredictable weather. It has the great capacity of regulating heat, while being waterproof and very practical.
The North Face McMurdo III Parka
The McMurdo III from The North Face is a highly versatile jacket, that works great in nature and the city. Its 550-fil duck down duvet insulation, integrated neck-warmer and its removable faux-fur hood will keep you warm and comfortable all winter long. Bonus: it’s also 100% waterproof.
Vallier Outremont Down Parka
Newcomers Vallier, bring a fresh approach to urban wear. This parka is a prime example of a the parka re-imagined. With its 800-fill goose down insulation, its lightweight Pertex Shield and its longuer cut, you’ll be protected from the elements, even on very cold days.