What do you get in a super-luxury jacket? A good laugh, and a lot of pockets.
A jacket that can handle the trail but looks tailored enough for a dinner in Aspen—and is 100 percent American? We'll take three.
These six new field-tested insulated jackets are the greatest cold buffers for the 2014 season.
According to Mountain Hardwear, the Ghost Whisperer (hooded) is the world's lightest down jacket—seven ounces, 850-fill down, two pockets, and a ripstop shell that's down- and wind-proof and water repellant
The first question to ask yourself is: Down or synthetic? Synthetic insulation is water-resistant, dries quickly, and is usually not as marshmallowy as its natural counterpart, which makes for better layering.
A versatile midlayer/jacket with wool insulation
Sierra Designs DriDown technology, unveiled at Outdoor Retailer, allows down to retain its insulating properties even while wet.
Outside picks the essentials for January, including the Patagonia Reversible Flannel jacket.
So you're shopping for someone who shuns modern technology? This rugged, timeless gear is sure to be a hit.
Outside reviews the best gear in the 2012 Winter Buyer's Guide, including the Patagonia Ultralight Down Hoody.
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