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The Range: Long Puffer Coats

The Montana cold has clearly made its way south.  I hope that you’re keeping warm.  We hit 25-degrees here today, so it’s a heat wave.  But I thought a few of you could use a suggestion for a warm, long, puffy coat.

Corner Office

Save the Duck Hooded Long Coat ($298)

Save the Duck makes cruelty free outerwear, so the coat is 100% nylon.

Cubicle Farm

Bernardo EcoPlume Puffer ($150)

This coat is made from recycled plastic bottles.

Front Desk

Tahari Brooklyn Puffer Coat ($80)


Weathercast Puffer Coat ($133)

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  1. Erin says:

    I live in Maine and have had a mid-weight Save the Duck coat for four years. I wear it every day in the winter, wouldn’t dream of wearing anything else. It’s seriously the warmest coat I’ve ever owned. I can’t recommend this brand enough: great product and great mission.

    February 17, 2021/Reply
  2. J says:

    I just bought a long Marmot Chelsea coat this year and couldn’t be more thrilled. Spendy but worth it for this Midwesterner who runs very cold and doesn’t like winter. It is down on the inside with a waterproof material on the outside. When I was looking at coats, the saleswoman told me that the seams on puffer coats allow wind to get through. It is very warm without being bulky. Highly recommend.

    February 17, 2021/Reply
  3. Shannon says:

    I love the Bernardo coats. Such good quality for the price. I have one similar to the one you picture. So warm, plus they are actually made for women who have hips. That seems to be a novel concept when it comes to most longer coats.

    February 17, 2021/Reply