The Find: The Warmest Jacket, Ever

Nov 25, 2020

It’s been an incredible chilly fall.  Staying warm while walking the dogs or doing yard work is a constant struggle.  But this jacket is the warmest one I have ever owned, and I find myself reaching for it constantly.

I’ve posted this coat once before, but it’s saved me so many times this fall, I felt it deserved another go around.

This Amazon Essentials Heavy Weight Puffer Jacket is absurdly warm.  It is water resistant, and fleece-lined.  There is also a stretch cuff with a thumb hole in case you forget your gloves every time you take your dog on a walk (Hi, it’s me.).

I owned it in white (don’t ask, I didn’t think the purchase through), and then upgraded to the simple black.  Sizes run XS to XXL.

Frankly, I’ve owned a lot of winter coats over the years.  This one is the warmest by far.  And at under-$60, it’s a steal.

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  1. kate says:

    Thank you!!! I’m pregnant and don’t fit in my trusty winter coat. I didn’t want to spend a lot, and was dubious of a cheaper coat. Plus the red is such a great red!

  2. Jess says:

    Love the don’t ask about the white coat. I want to be that woman who rocks all the gorgeous outfits with white jeans. But 6 kids, a red wine drinker, and a tendency to be clumsy, “don’t ask” made me laugh.

  3. Betsy Spring says:

    I bought this when you posted it last year… but now I’m thinking I need the red. Thanks for the reminder!

  4. caitlin says:

    Ooooh, that dark camel color is nice, scratches a weird browns/mustard itch I’ve had all fall/winter.

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