This winter's jacket selection has something great for rambling around town, up the mountain, and everywhere in between.
The more comfortable you are, the more fun you'll have.
Outerwear is a hotbed of innovation these days. Breathability, waterproofness, and insulation are attributes that now come in hard shells, soft shells, hybrids, and even puffy jackets.
Our favorite jackets for staying warm and dry—even on the chilliest adventures
Staying dry doesn’t have to mean looking like you’re on a mountaineering expedition. Case in point, the waxed-canvas Fjällräven Abisko.
The Duckworth WoolCloud Snap Shirt caught our attention not only for its good looks. Launching this fall, Duckworth’s tailored collection of wool apparel is all made 100 percent in the United States...
Hard shell, soft shell, or ultralight? Take your pick.
Remember: a high-quality shell can make hiking in the pouring rain actually fun.
Adidas first partnered with the Boston Athletic Association (BAA) back in 1989 to create a line of apparel—hats, jackets, tights, shirts, you name it—that runners could purchase at the marathon expo...
Snorkeling powder, elbowing up to the bar—every winter hobby is better with the right jacket
The Halogen can’t do it all, but it does so much so well that it rates as one of the most versatile winter jackets we’ve ever tested.
The Neoteric’s fancy fabric— Polartec’s NeoShell—might be the ideal material for a resort ski jacket. It’s breathable, quiet, stretchy, and totally waterproof. And Eddie Bauer employs it perfectly.
These six new field-tested insulated jackets are the greatest cold buffers for the 2014 season.
News flash: the abominable snowman isn't real. Neither is the much sought-after do-it-all winter coat. Instead, jackets for the outdoors tend to have well-defined purposes. These are the best.
We shook out 40 new jackets at half a dozen spots, from bitter Jackson Hole to warm and wet Whistler to high and dry Taos.