Coats are long outer garments worn over clothes and designed to cover the upper part of the body. Coats are generally made of warm insulating materials such as wool, leather or synthetic fabrics and feature long sleeves and open fronts with a zip or buttoned closure. Coats vary significantly in style and design and may include, but are not limited to; trench coats, rain coats, winter coats, leather jackets and parkas.
The North Face Osito Jacket Kodiak Blue is really teal
December 31, 2012
Reviewer: Dr. Mom from Washington, DC
I ordered this for my adult daughter and she loves it. A perfect jacket for her casual life in North Carolina. It fits well, true to size. I gave it a 4 because the color was not as pictured. However,the teal is a beautiful color and looks great on her- she didn't want me to return it.
Fila Full Zip Fleece Jacket Picky Dad loves it!
December 28, 2012
Reviewer: Liza from Porter Ranch CA
Got 2 for my dad who is extremely picky...He loves them! He even went as far as threw out his Nike jacket! True to size and color. Looks very nice and feels really soft.
Patagonia Down Sweater stay toasty
November 24, 2012
Reviewer: runandski29 from East Coast
This is probably one of the best jackets I own. It is super toasty no matter what the temperature is outside. You could really wear just a Tshirt under this and you'd still be kept warm. It runs true to size for other Patagonia tops/jackets. One of the best things about it is that it folds up into a pocket - this makes it great for traveling when you don't have a lot of room to pack a jacket!
The North Face Venture Jacket Must have Northface jacket!
November 17, 2012
Reviewer: Gloria from San Francisco, CA
I love this north face jacket! The outside is waterproof so this is my go to jacket when its raining or its super windy! I have the classic black one but there are so many other colors to choose from!
The North Face Denali Jacket Warm with high quality
November 14, 2012
Reviewer: Josh T from KC
I love this jacket. It will keep you warm until it snows. Then just zip it into a hard shell.