Tons of outdoor brands are having huge sales on past-season and discontinued styles, making right now the best time to buy winter gear. Case in point: Moosejaw’s Spring Practice Sale, which is offering an extra 15% off select sale outerwear for just 96 hours with code DINGDONG.
This sale features over 6,500 items from tried and true brands including The North Face, Columbia, Arc’teryx, Mammut, Norrona and more. If you’re interested in a new winter jacket, browse through all your options here, including waterproof rain jackets and insulated snow coats, or check out our top picks from this massive sale below. Just be sure to shop before this deal is over on March 12.
Arc’teryx Women’s Fission SV Jacket ($385.89, originally $649; moosejaw.com)
This top-of-the-line jacket features Gore-Tex waterproofing and is built to protect you in the harshest alpine conditions.
Moosejaw Women’s Dequindre Down Jacket ($92.64, originally $179; moosejaw.com)
This light down jacket is perfect for the changing seasons, both as a packable layer or by itself. Plus, its PrimaLoft down is built to maintain its warmth even when wet.
Columbia Women’s Whirlibird IV Interchange Jacket ($118.99, originally $199; moosejaw.com)
The Whirlibird IV has two layers: a waterproof and windproof exterior and an insulated inner layer lined with Omni-Heat. They can be worn separately or together for year-round versatility.
The North Face Women’s Campshire 2.0 Pullover Hoodie ($75.64, originally $148.95; moosejaw.com)
The coziest of jackets, this pullover hoodie is made of polyester along with recycled sherpa material. Whether it’s around the campfire or on your front porch, this fluffy fleece will keep you nice and toasty.
Pistil Women’s Nectar Scarf ($37.39, originally $67.95; moosejaw.com)
You can’t top this scarf’s sophisticated look, plus soft wool and cashmere blend provide solid insulation.
Fjallraven Men’s Yupik Parka ($254.99, originally $499.95; moosejaw.com)
This heavy-duty jacket features 100% synthetic insulation, a polyester lining and a detachable hood with an artificial fur lining. Plus, it has tons of pockets to store everything you need to last through the winter.
Arc’teryx Men’s Sawyer Coat ($283.04, originally $475; moosejaw.com)
The ultimate rain jacket, the Sawyer Coat has a slim profile and is equipped with three-layer Gore-Tex to keep you bone dry even in the worst downpours.
Outdoor Research Men’s Blacktail Down Jacket ($164.89, originally $299; moosejaw.com)
Packed with 700 fill power down, this sturdy-yet-lightweight jacket is perfect for staying warm on your commute.
The North Face Men’s Denali Crew ($75.64, originally $148.95; moosejaw.com)
A twist on The North Face’s classic Denali jacket, this pullover is made of 100% recycled polyester fleece.
Turtle Fur Micro Fur Kyle Overhood ($22.09, originally $39.95; moosejaw.com)
Cover up your head and neck with this super warm micro fleece overhood, featuring a drawcord for an adjustable fit.
The North Face Boys’ Andes Jacket ($50.14, originally $98.95; moosejaw.com)
This lightweight puffer can keep any tot nice and toasty.
Columbia Youth Girls Bugaboo II Fleece Interchange Jacket ($70.54, originally $119.95; moosejaw.com)
A mini version of the famed Columbia jacket, this Bugaboo II has two layers that you can wear as separate jackets or combine into one.
Columbia Boys’ Rugged Ridge Sherpa Hybrid Full Zip ($31.44, originally $49.95; moosejaw.com)
Perfect for layering or a breezy spring morning, this full-zip fleece is lightweight, and its windbreaker overlays help keep the elements out.
The North Face Girls’ Oso Hoodie ($50.14, originally $98.95; moosejaw.com)
This silken fleece jacket is buttery soft and super versatile, and a two-piece hood and pockets help protect kids from the cold.
The North Face Toddler’s Boys Reversible Mount Chimborazo Hoodie ($40.79, originally $79.95; moosejaw.com)
For the littlest little ones, The North Face has this tiny insulated jacket so they can get the adventuring started early.
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Note: The prices above reflect the retailer’s listed price at the time of publication.