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For jackets and coats
A material guide

For jackets and coats A material guide
A material guide304

The art of mastering materials

Your material guide to the looks, facts, and tips of what’s inside your jackets and coats — find the perfect one for you

Warmth has never looked so good

For jackets and coats A material guide
For jackets and coats A material guide

If you are looking for outerwear that will protect you from the cold while allowing your body to move naturally – a puffer jacket is the way to go. They come in many lengths, levels of warmth, and types of insulation: either down feathers, synthetic feathers, or even innovative vegan alternatives made from wildflowers and tree fibers. Depending on the occasion, you can dress a puffer jacket up by styling it with a chunky sweater, a pair of wool pants, and leather ankle boots, while jeans, a cozy hoodie, and your favorite sneakers are ideal for strolls in the city and the outdoors.

Our tip: If you are looking for a down that has been responsibly produced and comes from ethically sound sources, look for the Responsible Down Standard label (RDS in short), in the item details of your chosen products.

Utility meets style

For jackets and coats A material guide
For jackets and coats A material guide

Functional materials are the best choice when it comes down to being fully protected from unpredictable weather. The fit of a functional jacket should be loose enough to allow wearing two more layers underneath in order to trap and retain heat. Focus on practical details like a high collar to protect your neck, a hood that will keep you dry in the rain, and cuffs that can be tightened. When you’re not exploring the outdoors, you can wear a functional jacket with a casual outfit – combine it with jeans, khakis, chunky boots, or sneakers.

Our tip: Opt for high-quality membranes like Gore-Tex, which is waterproof, breathable, and rugged.

A showstopper with personality

For jackets and coats A material guide
For jackets and coats A material guide

When you’re looking to make a style statement while staying exceptionally warm – a shearling jacket is your choice. The leather will block out the wind while the inner wool retains the heat inside the jacket. For the best care, use a water-repellent spray before wearing it for the first time, air dry it if it gets wet and brush out any moisture with a soft bristle brush. A shearling jacket is a timeless classic, so it makes sense to invest in colors like black, brown, navy blue, or khaki green. Wear it over your favorite basics and you’re ready!

A classic for a reason

For jackets and coats A material guide
For jackets and coats A material guide