Best Winter Jackets for Men

Best Winter Jackets for Men

Here are the best jackets for men that have caught the eye of our specialists the most.

The elements are becoming more unpredictable each year. But one thing will always remain the same; the need for superbly designed jackets that provide warmth and layers of protection. With us fast approaching winter’s embrace, ponder over some of the best winter jackets here on Surfdome. Our collection has been curated by our team of expert buyers, with the likes of O’Neill, Patagonia, and Columbia all making appearances.

Here is where you’ll find the right fit to combat the rain, snow, sleet, and whatever else decides to fall from this sky this season.

When temperatures plummet, a winter jacket is the piece of outdoor kit that will give you the strength to brave the cold weather. Nothing beats the feeling of conquering a deserted beach as you march in the sand with comfortable reassurance from the warmth of a windproof jacket. Or maybe you class yourself as a winter warrior, someone who has a penchant to tackle the Artic winds in a hardshell technical cut that will excel in those extreme conditions. Or perhaps, you seek the satisfaction of a softshell for those changeable days when the weather has an hourly identity crisis when out on your daily walk.

Joe wears Quiksilver Remote Planet Jacket – Photo: Megan Hemsworth

Whatever the winter weather brings, you can feel confident stepping outside the house with some of the best winter jackets on the market.  The following selections will keep you guarded against that unforgiving wind and dry from those sheets of rain or snow. No matter the weather, these jackets are ready. Now, are you?

The following brands are not on this list by luck. They just so happen to be some of the most trustworthy names in the outdoors industry. Many have spent years perfecting designs, technology, and styles to provide you with something you can zip up and take on your adventures outside.

These jackets can hack it – they will become your winter armour as you get ready to weather the storm and truly carpe diem.

Quiksilver Remote Planet Jacket

Dropping some silver on a jacket doesn’t need to cost the earth, but it certainly can help towards saving it. Thanks to the eco-credentials of the Quiksilver Remote Planet, you can now add some sustainable style to your wardrobe this coming winter with the smartly-designed insignia blue colourway.

No longer will those frosty mornings catch you by surprise. Instead, you will owe a debt of gratitude to the soft warmth of the fleece lining inside the jacket as you keep the heat in and let the cold out. Composed entirely of recycled nylon, the Remote Planet is PFC-free and is ready and waiting to accompany you on your next jaunt outside.

Able to be worn in two styles, the reversible reflective print makes this fashionable zip-up even more vibe worthy, with elastication at the cuffs, bottom, and collar helping to refine it even further. Fitted with two external zip-up hand pockets and a vertical chest pocket, you can bring all the essentials on your winter walks and still have plenty of room left.

Joe wears Quiksilver Remote Planet Jacket – Photo: Megan Hemsworth

O’Neill Utility Snow Jacket

Pulling out all the stops with the Utility Hybrid jacket, O’Neill has put their faith in high-tech features and functionality. Coming with 10k/10k waterproofing & breathability, this jacket is a smart investment for winter wear.

Overflowing with features, this design comes with critically taped seams, side vents, a bottom hem adjuster, and medium-level Thinsulate™ insulation that provides warmth and banishes bulk. Don’t let the snow jacket labelling scare you away, either. Designed for the slopes but destined for the streets, the detachable snow gaiter means you can use this jacket in any urban environment. The Utility even comes with an audio pocket positioned inside the jacket lining, under the chest pocket, so you can access your music without even needing to open the jacket.

Jack wears O’Neill Utility Snow Jacket – Photo: Megan Hemsworth

Quiksilver Deck Jacket

Quiksilver are back with their version of the Deck Jacket. It has been made from fully recyclable polyester, with an all-over print design that contributes to a bold aesthetic. The sherpa lining provides plenty of warmth, and the trucker fit makes it even more suited to the contemporary wearer.

Fitted with two zip pockets and two chest ones, stowing away ergonomic items will be easy on your travels outside. Ideal to wear out for walks on the beach or layering at the slopes, the Quiksilver Deck is a great addition to your jacket collection.

Joe wears Quiksilver Deck Jacket – Photo: Megan Hemsworth

Patagonia Torrentshell 3L Waterproof

Whether it’s their owner giving away the company to fight climate change or releasing new waves of outdoor gear fuelled by sustainability – these American retailers have got both you and the planet covered.

The Patagonia Torrentshell is the perfect jacket for everyday use. It delivers on high performance, comfort, and durability. Equipped with 3-layer H2No™ Performance Standard technology, the design delivers all-day comfort and gives you long-lasting waterproofness and breathability.

Entirely dedicated to sustainable manufacturing, the Torrentshell continues flying the flag as it has been made from recycled, bluesign® approved materials and Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.

Jack wears Patagonia Torrentshell 3L Waterproof – Photo: Megan Hemsworth

Rip Curl Anti Series Heatseeker Waterproof Jacket

Step forth Rip Curl with their Anti-Series Heat Seeker. It consists of a fully waterproof membrane with a hydrostatic head rating of 10,000mm. This jacket’s internal lining absorbs and reflects the body’s heat to maintain an optimal temperature. An act of evolution in classic surfwear, the Anti Series will bring you comfort and warmth even in the depths of the coldest months. Fitted with storm hood protection, this jacket will shelter you from the rain and wind when busy checking the surf or out on the search.

Your favourite Netflix series might chop and change, but your favourite Rip Curl range will always be the Anti Series.

Jack wears Rip Curl Anti Series Heatseeker Waterproof Jacket – Photo: Megan Hemsworth

Rhythm Cord Trucker Jacket

You’ve got the beat. Now find the rhythm with this Cord Trucker jacket, destined to bring you some style in the cold winter months. Made from a soft cotton corduroy, this non stretch jacket will stay true to size and fit.

With a design that speaks to surfers, skateboarders, and snowboarders, the jacket is collared and finished with a rivet button front and cuffs. Finished with a total of six pockets, four outer and two inner – the Rhythm Cord Trucker is waiting to invade your wardrobe collection.

Jack wears Rhythm Cord Trucker Jacket – Photo: Megan Hemsworth

Columbia Powder Lite

A certified classic from Columbia, the Powder Lite is a prime choice for early winter, with it benefiting from the use of Omni-Heat™ Reflective Microtex Light lining that redirects heat back towards the body to increase total warmth.

Showcasing a championing design, the Powder Lite boasts an active fit that sits streamlined to the body while still giving you plenty of room to manoeuvre. A polyester Storm-Lite II face fabric with a water-resistant coating encourages water to bead off, while zip pockets and an interior security pocket are ideal for stashing valuables. The Powder Lite is finished with Columbia branding embroidered on the left side of the chest.

The Columbia Powder Lite

Patagonia Sweater Hoody Down Jacket

You can stop the search, the ultimate jacket for wet and cold weather does exist, and it’s in the shape of the Patagonia Sweater Hoody Down jacket. Made from a shell of NetPlus® 100% postconsumer recycled nylon ripstop made from recycled fishing nets to aid the reduction of ocean plastic pollution.

Next level warmth is delivered by the 800-fill-power Advanced Global Traceable Down filling that comes with Responsible Down Standard certification. Some other key factors include an adjustable hood, elasticated cuffs, drawcord hem, and three zipped pockets, one of which doubles as a stuff sack for easy stowing when out and about in the elements.

Jack wears Patagonia Sweater Hoody Down Jacket – Photo: Megan Hemsworth

Carhartt Michigan Jacket

Our penultimate jacket choice goes to American apparel specialists Carhartt with their Michigan Coat. Constructed in 12 oz organic and untreated cotton Dearborn Canvas, which in layman’s terms, just means that the style will soften each time you wear it. Making it unique to your body shape.

This regular-fitting piece also features a striped blanket lining for extra warmth, a corduroy collar and front patch pockets, with a triple-stitch detailing providing even extra durability.

Jack wears Carhartt Michigan Jacket – – Photo: Megan Hemsworth

O’Neill Bio Field Waterproof Jacket

Last but certainly not least is the O’Neill Biofield Jacket, the brand’s most innovative, biodegradable jacket to date, with it being designed to biodegrade in a controlled environment at the end of its lifecycle.

Coming stacked with features such as the 10k waterproof and 10k breathable shell fabric, PrimaLoft® Bio™ 100% PCR insulation, and Bluesign® approved (PFC free) DWR – the O’Neill Biofield Jacket has been constructed using biodegradable* components while still upholding the qualitative standard of the garment.

This jacket offers the wearer full protection with a double storm placket, sleeve articulation and adjustable hood & cuffs. O’Neill added the biodegradation solution to the product so that when there is “no life” left in the jacket, the customer can return the jacket to O’Neill Europe. They will then ensure the O’Neill Biofield Jacket will be biodegraded* in a controlled environment.

*Under the ASTM D5511 testing standards, the O’Neill Biofield Jackets biodegrade 94% after 4.6 years in a controlled environment

Model wears O’Neill Bio Field Waterproof Jacket – Photo: O’Neill Europe

Don’t let the weather halt your adventures – invest in one of these top-branded winter jackets and step forth onto the beaches with confidence, knowing that you’ll be protected, warm, and stylish in the winter season.

 So, shop here to get yourself a new jacket to tackle the wind, rain, and wet weather. 

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