The 28 Best Amazon Coats of the Season (Yes, Including *That* One)

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When it comes to cold-weather fashion, there’s no article of clothing more important to invest in than a good coat. Contrary to popular belief, however, you don’t have to spend a fortune to get high-quality outerwear. Case in point? The Orolay thickened down jacket—aka the famous Amazon coat that nearly broke the internet. Not only did it turn out to be one of our favorite purchases of all time (if simultaneously a source of bandwagon shame), it spawned a whole slew of subsequent hits, including several updated takes on the original.

These days, you have your pick of great Amazon coats in nearly any style you can imagine, from quilted puffers to long wool trenches—many of which come at affordable price points. But which to choose?

First, you’ll want to consider the style: Do you want something sleek, puffed, quilted or feathered?

Then, of course, there's functionality. A coat’s main purpose is to keep you warm, so we highly recommend looking at material, insulation and length—wool, fleece, down and nylon are all incredible options that you can’t go wrong with. Longer coats that fall below the knees will keep you the most covered, but if you need something more versatile, a midi-length may be preferred. Below, find some more details on a few of the most popular materials around.

The Best Amazon Coat Materials for Keeping Warm

  • Wool: Wool is made primarily from sheep's fur, which equates to some of the warmest fabric there is. Wool also has air pockets that provide natural insulation and make it water-resistant (aka perfect for cold, wet, snowy days). Keep in mind that this fabric sometimes causes itchiness, however, so layer up as needed.

  • Down: Down coats are insulated with either geese feathers, duck feathers or both, making for an ultra-fluffy piece that creates tiny pockets that trap and retain warm air to keep you warm in even the harshest of conditions. Coats made of this material are often heavy and quilted and puffy in appearance. You'll want to note that this material often loses its warming effect when it gets wet, however.

  • Down Alternative: Not the biggest fan of wearing bird, but also not the biggest fan of hypothermia? Luckily, there are plenty of alternatives to down that (claim) to work just as well. The most popular is PrimaLoft, which was invented by the United States Army and is now utilized by many mainstream winter gear brands. The best part about PrimaLoft is that it insulates even when wet, so you'll get the best of both worlds.

  • Polyester: Made from plastic, this durable material does not stretch or wrinkle easily, making it a great option for coats. It also has moisture-wicking qualities and is ultra weather-resistant, meaning it'll hold up during harsh winter days.

  • Fleece: For our vegan friends who still want to stay warm, fleece is the way to go. A fuzzy fabric that's meant to mimic a sheep's coat, fleece is largely made with 100 percent synthetic, man-made polyester. It manages to be lightweight while giving you coziness for days (it also dries super quickly). For a more breathable version, there's cotton fleece

  • Nylon: This versatile, flexible fabric is ideal for coats because it is highly water- and stain-resistant, keeping you dry in rain, hail or snow. It's also super easy to clean. It's important to note, though, that this fabric is not super heat-insulating, making it less ideal for ultra-cold days.

Whatever your fabric preference, you’re sure to find it in our list of the mega-retailer’s favorites. Check out our best-researched picks below.

The Best Amazon Coats at a Glance

Mark Our Words: One of These 3 *Will* Be the New Amazon Coat of 2023

Best Overall

1. Orolay Thickened Down Coat


  • Why We Love It: Super stylish-yet-functional (hello, pockets!), wide array of sizes

There’s a reason everybody is obsessed with the OG Amazon coat. More stylish than a classic puffer, it boasts plenty of unique, well thought-out details: think side-zips and front buttons that allow you to expand its silhouette, a dropped hem to cover your rear, oversized front pockets for warm, cozy hands and a big shearling-lined hood that won’t easily blow off. More than that, however, this outerwear is made with a toasty duckdown fill that Executive Editor Dara Katz likens to a “tent dress for sub-zero weather.”

Size ranges: XXS to 5X

Best Wrap Coat

2. Tahari Wrap Coat


  • Why We Love It: Timeless silhouette, lightweight feel

For just over $100, this polyester-and-wool blend peacoat will give you a major bang for your buck. The midi-length boasts a classic Parisian girl feel, and it’s super easy to style, too, regardless of whether it’s paired with a cool pair of straight leg jeans or a smart mini skirt and black tights. Complete with two pockets and a wrap-tie closure, it can be adjusted to be tighter or looser as needed, and customers say it's lightweight, yet decently warm. You will want to note that it tends to run small, however, so size up if needed!

Size range: XXS to XXL

Best Faux Fur Coat

3. Toponsky Faux Fur Coat


  • Why We Love It: Ultra-soft, great color selection

When you want the warmth and comfort of fur without the guilt, look no further than this this midi-length number. The thick, faux fur fleece fiber is super soft: "Almost like a robe," one shopper described. It's also lined to easily slip on over clothing. You'll want to note that this one's not for extreme weather, as it's on the lighter side, but for sunnier winter days, it's as stylish as they come. A pro tip? Dry clean this one to get the best life out it, despite the product description, which says it can be machine-washed.

Size range: S to XXL

Best Plus-Size Coat

4. Jessica London A-Line Coat

Jessica London

  • Why We Love It: Trendy print, flattering shape, nice wool blend

Plus-sized gals don't have to sacrifice style for a good coat. This wool blend option employs an archival print that's here to stay and comes in sizes 12 plus to 32 plus. The A-line style is super flattering for most body types, but particularly for those with triangle shapes (ladies with small busts and bigger hips), and it’s up for grabs in two classic colors (black or red). It also features an inverted back pleat for texture and depth, along with four large buttons. According to customers, the arms are a little tight, however, so take that into account when making your purchase.

Size range: 12 to 32

Most Unique Coat

5. BlankNYC Faux Suede Coat


  • Why We Love It: Unique design, asymmetrical closure

A unique take on the classic sherpa-lined jacket, this piece boasts a two-toned exterior comprised of light-wash denim and suede. it also features three bottom buttons for a cool asymmetrical closing. It may not be the warmest coat in your closet, but it will definitely be a statement-making transitional piece that will look amazing paired with your fave booties.

Size range: XS to XL

Best Reversible Coat

6. Graham & Spencer Albany Coat

Graham & Spencer

  • Why We Love It: Two-in-one design, great for layering

Why buy one jacket when you get two for the same price? This reversible option from Graham & Spencer features faux shearling on one side that will be akin to your favorite fleece on one side and a suede-like polyester exterior on the other. It’s got a boxy fit that’s built for layering, and you can choose from one of three neutral hues.

Size ranges: XS to XL

Best Puffer Coat

7. Merokeety Puffer Coat


  • Why We Love It: Trendy cut, windproof, fits a sweater underneath

A puffer coat is a the quintessential winter jacket, and this bomber style, which comes with ribbed knit cuffs and zippered side pockets, offers a modern update on the classic thanks to its trendy cropped cut. It’s available in a bunch of fun colors, too, ranging from the pictured Peagreen to a gorgeous deep Wine, not to mention the exterior material is windproof and packed with warm padding. There's even room for your bulky Taylor Swift-approved cardigan underneath. Oh. And did we mention it's machine-washable?

Size range: XS to L

Best Teddy Coat

8. Daily Ritual Oversized Fleece Coat

Daily Ritual

  • Why We Love It: Machine washable, relaxed fit, tons of colors

Hailed by our editors as 2021's second coming of the legendary Amazon coat above for its instant popularity is this versatile fleece design from site brand Daily Ritual. It’s soft and plush, yet can be popped right into the machine for easy washing, and comes in 11 colors. The relaxed fit also offers plenty of room to bundle up beneath. What more could you ask for at this price?

Size range: XS to XXL

Best Lightweight Coat

9. Amazon Essentials Coat

Amazon Essentials

  • Why We Love It: Sherpa lining, machine washable, stain- and water-resistant

This jacket proves that lightweight doesn't equate to "not warm." Take if from this happy buyer, who wrote, "I love this jacket so much I bought it twice. ... This jacket feels very well-made, it's super comfortable and warm. It's not as loud as other puffer jackets, which I really like a lot. The zippers are quality. The sherpa-style warm lining has not come off on my clothes. Also, I am able to slip it off and on over my Columbia and other brands of zippered fleece jackets with no problems. It goes on and off smoothly without any tugging or issues." Lined with sherpa, even in the pockets, it offers excellent insulation. Its nylon exterior, meanwhile, is stain- and water-resistant. And when it's dirty, you can thrown it right in with the rest of your laundry.

Size range: XS to XXL

Best Dolman Coat

10. Fazortev Dolman Coat


  • Why We Love It: Windproof, vibrant colors, quilted detailing

This quilted coat is a dead-ringer for a far more expensive Free People style. It features cute button detailing, a loose, oversized fit and two hand pockets for keeping your mitts toasty. The high collar and ribbed cuffs are made especially for keeping wind out, and it's easily machine-washable, too.

Size range: Small to XXL

Best Parka Coat

11. Valuker Puffer Coat


  • Why We Love It: Longer length, two-way zipper, removable hood, water-repellent

This coat’s two-way front zipper closure, removable faux fur-trimmed hood and water-repellent and windproof exterior make it the only outerwear you’ll need—even when the temperatures drop below zero. There’s an interior pocket for your valuables, and it’s made with 90 percent duck down that customers say is nice and hot—even in sub-zero temps. Raved one buyer: “I have many down jackets, parkas, full-length coats and this is by far the warmest coat I have ever worn!!!”

Size range: XXS to 3X

Best Trench Coat

12. Escalier Wool Trench Coat


  • Why we love it: Standing collar, removable belt

Trenches aren’t just for the spring: With the right material and weight, you can wear this classic silhouette all year long. Take, for instance, this wool-and-polyester blend option from Escalier, which has all the warmth of the former with all the softness of the latter. Its structured, double-breasted design makes it smart enough for dressier events, and the removable belt allows for some extra cinching at the waist.

Size range: Small to XXL

Best Leather Coat

13. Cole Haan Leather Racer Coat

Cole Haan

  • Why We Love It: 100 percent leather, high-quality

Sure, Amazon has its fair share of affordable-yet-obscure finds, but it also has some heavy hitters, too. Case in point? This 100 percent leather Cole Haan moto jacket. As the perfect transitional piece between seasons, this won’t be the warmest outerwear in your closet, but it’s one you’ll return to again and again at different points throughout the year. Customers say the quality is beautiful, and there are zippers at the back of the sleeves, allowing you to roll them up on warmer days.

Size range: XS to XL

Best Fleece Coat

14. Orolay Fleece Coat


Why we love it: It’s our favorite jacket, this time with fleece — what’s not to love?

An offshoot of the first Amazon coat to have the internet going wild, this fleece version has the same ingenious design that allows it to expand and keeps your body parts nice and covered in 90 percent duck down, but with a cozier vibe. It also packs down easily for storage.

Size range: XS to XXL

Best Long Coat

15. Aioweika Faux Wool Coat


  • Why We Love It: Stylish, budget-friendly

With a fashion-forward collar to protect against any howling winds and a loose and comfy oversized fit, this long polyester coat is perfect for bundling up on days when you want to look put together with little to no effort. Its secret weapon? The cinch-waist tie that’s designed to turn heads, allowing you to pull off a polished look with not much effort.

Size range: S to 3X

Most Stylish Coat

16. Chicwish Shawl Coat


  • Why We Love It: Fashionable, peplum hem

This feminine, elegant coat is one of the biggest head-turners on the list with its gorgeous shawl collar and asymmetrical peplum hem. More than being pretty, however, it's also functional, with a medium weight and handy side pockets. There are various chic prints and solids to choose from, and the belt is conveniently removable. It's versatile enough for either dressing up or dressing down, depending on the occasion, too—just note that it's dry clean only.

Size range: XXS to 3X

Best Bomber Coat

17. BlankNYC Quilted Coat


  • Why We Love It: Eco-friendly, slightly slouchy for comfort, soft

For those not-too-hot, not-too-cold days, there's this little quilted number. The lyocell (a type of rayon that’s slightly more eco-friendly than others in its caliber) on this coat will be buttery-soft on the skin while simultaneously providing warmth. There’s an elastic waistband at the back for a more fitted look and it’s available in more than ten colors so as to match your every ensemble.

Size range: XS to L

Best Raincoat

18. SaphiRose Raincoat


  • Why We Love It: Iconic pattern,

This 100 percent polyester coat has a cute plaid inner lining that’s reminiscent of everyone's favorite British brand, Burberry. Available in 12 colors, it has a drawstring waist to keep things streamlined, plus sturdy buttons and zippers to keep everything secure. It's also water-repellent (it is a raincoat, after all). Keep in mind, however, this coat runs large, so be sure to size down for your perfect fit.

Size ranges: S to XXL

Best Warm Coat

19. The North Face Parka Coat

The North Face

  • Why We Love It: Trusted brand,

The North Face is a brand that needs no introduction when it comes to outerwear. Designed for warmth and function, this Jump parka is a prime example of why. For starters, it's one of the rare ultra-toasty coats you’ll find from the brand without a puffer body, making it a great choice for those who aren’t a fan of the marshmallow look. Beyond that, it’s got a goose down fill of 550 (a nice, solid middle-tier rating), a waterproof shell and a removable hood with a faux fur lining. It also has a standing collar to shield you from the elements.

Size range: XS to 3X

Best Slim Coat

20. Orolay Down Coat


  • Why We Love It: Flattering, water- and windproof

This A-line puffer jacket's 90 percent duck down fill will keep you warm during outdoor activities such as hiking or even just your daily commute without being too bulky. Like the thickened down jacket, it's equipped with side zippers that are meant to lengthen and slim your frame. The exterior is made of a durable polyester, and there's a two-way zipper for convenience. There's also an adjustable hood to protect your head on blustery days.

Size range: XS to XXL

Best Heated Coat

21. Ororo Heated Coat


  • Why We Love It: Extra warm, machine washable, detachable hood

Yes, you read that right: This coat is heated. It derives its magical powers from carbon-fiber heating elements found inside the back and chest that work with a rechargeable 7.4-volt battery. With low, medium and high settings that the company claims will keep you snug as a bug in a rug for up to ten hours, this topper is the answer to winter's cruel temps. You can juice it up with the included USB cable, and, believe it or not, this jacket is actually safe to wash at home in your machine. The hood comes off and the hem is adjustable, too.

Size range: S to XXL

Best Mid-Weight Coat

22. Calvin Klein Quilted Coat

Calvin Klein

  • Why We Love It: Adjustable side tabs, can be washed at home

A mid-weight jacket is ideal for people who live in windy climates (here’s looking at you, Chicago), and this pretty quilted option from Calvin Klein is one we adore. It’s machine washable with a removable hood, and there are adjustable side tabs for an extra boost of customization, too.

Size range: XXS to 3X

Best Teddy Coat

23. Angashion Cardigan Coat


  • Why We Love It: Tons of colors, extra long

This ultra-long coat boasts an open front that allows it to be slipped on and off with ease, making it ideal for layering. Its fuzzy cotton and polyester blend is also relatively low maintenance, since it won't wrinkle, shed or pill. The warm design is meant to go to or past your knees, but will fit differently depending on your height. It also comes in nearly 30 colors, meaning you’ll surely find an option that suits your style.

Size range: S to 3X

Best Short Coat

24. UGG Izzie Coat


  • Why We Love It: Top brand, water-repellant, fleece pockets

Most people associate UGG with the shearling boot trend of the early aughts, but the company also makes reliable winter jackets. This metallic, 100 percent nylon coat, for instance, comes with a ribbed knit collar, fleece pockets and a water-repellent exterior that rain and snow won’t cling to. We also love the reflective, futuristic-looking hue.

Size range: XS to L

Best Quilted Coat

25. Sebby Collection Quilted Coat


  • Why We Love It: Fleece-lined pockets, detachable hood, machine washable

This Sebby coat mixes traditional insulated diamond quilting with mini rail quilting for a fresh look you’ll be obsessed with. The fit is slimming to show off your shape (even when it’s 2 below), and the hood detaches, allowing you to take it off on sunnier days. The pockets are lined with fleece for comfort and warmth, and you can choose from one of three neutral hues. Did we mention it’s also machine-washable?

Size range: S to XL

Best Faux Shearling Coat

26. French Connection Midi Coat

French Connection

  • Why We Love It: Two deep front pockets, cozy notch lapel

This coat has a shiny polyester lining and a faux fur shearling outer that will add just the right touch of flair to any outfit. Soft and lightweight, it comes with a snap button closure, a notch lapel and two conveniently large side pockets. Customers say it's warmer than expected, too, so you won't be sacrificing comfort for style.

Size range: XS to XL

Best Designer Coat

27. Rag & Bone Rudy Coat

Rag & Bone

  • Why We Love It: Cinched waist, ultra warm, stain-resistant

This is one warm jacket. Combining duck feathers and down with a durable, nylon exterior, it’s both incredibly insulating and impervious to water and stains. The non-stretch quilted weave, meanwhile, is ultra-stylish.

Size range: S to L

Best Hooded Coat

28. Steve Madden Chevron Coat

Steve Madden

  • Why We Love It: Chic shawl collar, full coverage fit, removable hood

Sure, the fleece lining and chic quilting of this outerwear are nice, but it's the padded pillowy collar that will keep it right at the front of your closet all winter long—and that’s good news, since it’s nice and thick. (Read: You won’t be shivering in this baby). It also has a completely waterproof shell that will reinforce its warmth and a removable hood that you can take off in nicer weather.

Size range: S to XL

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