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10 Insulated Jackets That Are 40% (or More) Off Right Now

Cut out the chill and spend more time outside this winter.

By: Liam McNally + Save to a List

It's happening all over the country...those first few mornings where the air feels a little bit more like winter than fall and you can actually see your breath as you exhale. Some places have even already seen their first big snowstorms and that means it's time to get your winter gear in order. If you don't already have a go-to insulated jacket for your morning commute, shredding your local mountain, or whatever you love to do outside in the winter, check out these deals from Moosejaw!


Helly Hansen Women's Verglas Hooded Down Insulator Jacket - $152.99 (45% Off)

The Pertex Microlight material used on the exterior of the Verglas is what stands out. Resistant to water and abrasion, this lightweight fabric protects your insulation, ensuring a long life for your jacket and warmer adventures for you. It's the perfect layer for winter in the mountains. 


The North Face Women's Ventrix Hoodie - $119.99 (45% Off)

I wear the men's Ventrix jacket and absolutely love it. It's super warm, packs down easily, and lives up to The North Face's claims of thermal regulation in variable weather.


Mountain Hardwear Women's Skypoint Hooded Jacket - $149.99 (45% Off)

The Skypoint is made with Polartec Alpha insulation, which was originally designed for the U.S. Special Forces when they asked for a more advanced insulation material for their combat uniforms. Enough said?


Columbia Women's Hexbreaker Long Down Jacket - $158.99 (45% Off)

Made with Omni-Heat Reflective technology, the fabric on this jacket reflects your own body heat right back to you. With the extended length on the Hexbreaker, it's perfect for a long commute or short hike in bitter cold temperatures.


The North Face Women's Nuptse 2 Jacket - $123.99 (44% Off)

This jacket is a great layer for winter backcountry adventures with 700 fill goose down insulation, double-layered shoulders for abrasion protection for backpack straps, and the ability to pack into its own pocket.



Rab Men's Sanctuary Jacket - $154.99 (44% 0ff)

We're big fans of Rab. The Sanctuary is your daily driver for anyone who lives in a city or town that sees serious winter weather. Less technical than a lot of Rab's jackets and more of a lifestyle piece, the Sanctuary takes the same quality we're used to from Rab, but in a style that fits in at happy hour just as well as it does on the mountain.


Mountain Hardwear Men's Nitrous Down Jacket - $120.99 (45% Off)

If you need a reliable layer for any alpine adventures this winter or even for summer backpacking trip, the Nitrous should top your list. It's so light and packable but sacrifices nothing when it comes to warmth. Featuring Mountain Hardware's Q.Shield DOWN technology, the down itself is infused with DWR which means even if the jacket gets wet, the insulation doesn't stop working.


Marmot Men's Quasar Jacket - $160.99 (50% Off)

Another jacket featuring the Pertex technology, this time the Pertex Quantum which is even more resistant to wind, which is a huge plus for anyone who has dealt with high winter winds in the mountains...or on the coast...or in the desert...wind is just cold. Cut the wind out with the Quasar from Marmot.


Fjallraven Men's Down Jacket No.16 - $438.99 (45% Off)

The Swedes pulled out all the stops on this one. The only reversible jacket on this list, one side features Fjallraven's G1000 ultra-durable material and a more stylish look while the flip side is a bright blue, more technical looking puffy ideal if visibility is important.


Salewa Men's Ortles Light Down Jacket - $108.99 (45% Off)

The feature I'm most excited about with Salewa's Ortles is the free motion pattern of the cut the ensures no hem lift when you raise your arms to climb. With their roots in alpine climbing and mountaineering, it's no wonder Salewa thought of this. In addition to the cut, it's just a solid ultralight insulating layer.




Cover photo: Jonathon Reed

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