3 Winter Jackets That Are Primed to Be the ‘Amazon Coat’ of 2020
Remember “The Amazon Coat” that took winter 2018 by storm? Of course you do (never forget). Maybe it was the 7,000 reviews or the fact that we couldn’t walk down the street without seeing seven people wearing it, but the jacket’s popularity has remained evident. And while we know that the The Coat isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, we couldn’t help but notice these three outerwear styles that are currently verging on cult status. Shop them all below.
Amazon Essentials Women's Lightweight Water-Resistant Packable Puffer Coat
With everything from suitcases and sweaters to down coats, Amazon Essentials sells raved-about products at budget-friendly prices. Like this packable puffer that has already racked up 324 glowing reviews. It features a contoured fit, so you don’t get any of that Michelin Man bulk, but it does have zip pockets, a hood for cold or inclement weather and elasticized cuffs. As for the real allure of this guy? It’s machine-washable and can be folded (or stuffed) neatly into its tiny carrying bag. It won’t be long before everyone is wearing this versatile jacket during their holiday travels.
iLoveSIA Women’s Hooded Warm Coat with Faux-Fur Trimmed Hood
We like to think of this as the parka version of the 2018 Amazon puffer coat. It comes in just as many colors (six, to be exact) and is just as cozy, while looking a tad more streamlined and much less pillowy, all thanks to the sleek shape created by a waist-cinching drawstring. We highly suggest grabbing this one now, before they jack the price up, à la last year’s version.
Wantdo Women's Waterproof Ski Fleece Jacket
We get it. Style is important but so is functionality—both of which this waterproof coat delivers on. A water-repellent, wind-resistant layer on the outside keeps you dry while a fleece-lined interior provides optimal heat retention. This best-seller is definitely stylish, but it’s also recommended for downhill skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering, so you know it means business in the warmth department.