Best water-resistant coats for winter at every single budget
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Winter hasn't just arrived... it's here to stay. The season will surely bring more snow days, bone-chilling rain and occasionally hail (northeasters know what we're talking about!), so ensuring your winter coat is up to par should definitely be at the top of your winter checklist.
Of course, there's so much more that goes into a dependable jacket than just its style. Is it warm? Water-resistant? Does it have a hood?
If you're on the market for an upgrade, check out our favorite water-resistant coats for every price point. Some are on sale, some are completely waterproof, but all are cozy!
The on-trend S13 Kylie Metallic Coat features a water-resistant finish, long sleeves with knit cuffs for added warmth, inside lining for increased protection, as well as a stand collar with a detachable hood. Plus, with its 50 percent markdown, its a stylish find that you really can't beat.
This Columbia insulated jacket offers more than just a faux-fur hood and fleece lining: With an adjustable storm hood and chin guard, two-way front zipper closure and water-resistant Omni-Heat thermal lining, the jacket checks all the boxes we need when shopping for a new jacket.
At under $300, The North Face's beloved Arctic Parka might be one of the best bang-for-your-buck purchases and one that will undoubtedly last for seasons to come. There's a reason the coat as nearly 1,800 4.5 star reviews on the brand's website. Not only is it waterproof and lined with a faux-fur hood, it features raglan sleeves for extra mobility and a tall-stand collar for added warmth. Not that you'll need to use the lifetime guarantee, but the jackets have been lab and field-tested for its durability and warmth.
The brand made a major upgrade to the Women's Original Insulated Parka by adding a completely waterproof shell, seam-sealed construction and insulation for up to -13°F. Plus, the inside of the jacket is engineered with breathable material to make sure overheating is not an option.
The athleisure brand created much more than a mere waterproof wool jacket: They're keeping functionality and durability in mind, too. There are three different ways to wear the jacket, making it a purchase that will last throughout the changing of the seasons.