Nov
11
2011
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of Valet.
Coat Week
From military-inspired details to performance-minded materials, the best coats are the timeless designs that are adaptable, functional and warm.

The Puffer Jacket

A more subtle surface (think matte twills and wools) and a tailored silhouette transforms an ordinary puffer jacket into a statement of personal style. A sharp, quilted jacket that can complement a pair of tweed trousers or a flannel suit along with dressing up your everyday jeans and boots. Functionality has always driven puffer jackets and that practicality isn't lost on these featured here. Invest in a quality quilted coat and you'll find all the bells and whistles like goose-down filling for warmth and breathability, rugged closures, concealed hoods and enough pockets to hold all your gear—whether you're on the mountain or simply making a coffee run.

FYI

Eddie Bauer created the first down parka and it was so effective, it was granted a patent. Learn all about the Skyliner.
 
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Cropped Stapleton,
$285 by Penfield

Wool puffer, $415
by Scotch & Soda

Cotton twill, $398
by Brooks Brothers

Down moto jacket, $595
by Gant by Michael Bastian

Alpine puffer, $168
by J.Crew

 

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