7 Jackets And Coats That Can Warm But Still Fashionable

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Jackets, outwear, and coats can be an option to warm the body in winter but still trendy. Good material and cool design will be the superiority of this product. Here are some recommendations.

1. Blank NYC Suede Moto Jacket

A cool edgy suede jacket. Comes with a belt, sleeves with zip cuffs, an asymmetrical front cover which makes this jacket more stylish. Made of 100% leather with a polyester lining.

2. Columbia Heavenly Hooded Jacket

A waterproof jacket that is ready to keep you warm in cold situations. Made of polyester with a layer of hoddie dai, soft and soft fleece.

3. Obermeyer Tuscany II Jacket

A jacket with 2 neutral colors, can be combined with any subordinate. This jacket has an internal pocket as well as a cable guide that you can use to listen to songs or anything with your cell phone. Collars are equipped with fur as well as chin guards for when you need more protection.

4. The North Face Tamburello 2 Vest

Vest by The North Face is perfect for lining to keep warm. With a waterproof lining and lightweight material, this vest will accompany you wherever your adventure is. Made from 100% polyester.

5. UGG Laken

A zippered front jacket, made of faux fur, has a cool look and also warms up the body. The collar is made up of ribbon cuffed sleeves and hand pockets. Made from 100% polyester with 100% cotton lining.

6. Helly Hansen Aden Insulated Coat

Insulated coat with a classic design that promises comfort but still stylish for hangouts. With waterproof lining and seams, this jacket is able to breathe by increasing the flow of steam and sweat. Made of polyester with a polyamide coating.

7. Columbia Fire Side ™ Sherpa Long Full Zip

A cool jacket with a full zipper in front, equipped with thick sherpa fur so that it is able to warm but still stylish. Standing collar with hand pockets and waist strap. Made from 100% polyester.

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