Winter is less than a couple of months away. If you’re looking for a new winter coat for traveling or for every day, we’ve got you covered. Below are our top picks for the season.

Wool and Classic

Wool is a great option for staying warm during the winter season. The fabric is breathable and provides instant warmth.

If you’re looking for a stylish coat, check out this Calvin Klein women’s wool coat. It’s double-breasted, offering style and warmth. Depending on your size, the coat ranges from $170 to $300 on Amazon.

Another great option for women is this Nautica mid-length peacoat. The coat has a four-star rating on Amazon and is Prime-ready. It also has a removable hood for added warmth.

Guys, we’ve got you covered, too, with this warm, front-zip Kenneth Cole wool-blend coat. A reviewer testifies he was comfortably warm in 20-degree weather.

Practical and Stylish

A common gripe with winter coats is the challenge in finding a coat that is both practical and also stylish. If you live in a city like Boston or Chicago, this is even more important. Puffers and bombers are a great mix. Most have a down or synthetic filling to keep the wind out and the heat in.

This down jacket from Nautica is a great choice. It’s reversible, so you’re basically getting two coats for one. It’s also packable so you don’t have to worry about the bulk while traveling.

Another great choice for women that want something a bit longer: the London Fog Maxi coat. With a lot of length, the coat features a zip and snap combo to seal heat in.

If you’re a guy, check out this bomber from Superdry. It’s fully lined, machine-washable, and quilted. Did we mention it’s under $100, too?


Not trying to spend a lot on a coat this season? We found some savings on great coats, like this one by Tom’s Ware for women. It’s a classic peacoat style with solid customer ratings.

This men’s jacket from Mountain Club sells at under $40, and comes with a “guaranteed for life” warranty. Additionally, you can find more men’s coats for under $100 here.

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