Our 5 Favorite Winter Jackets Under $150, Available Now on Mountain Steals

October 17, 2017 Sports and Outdoors By

Mountain Steals is perhaps the internet’s greatest wellspring of steeply discounted outdoor gear. Unlike other online outdoor gear peddlers, Mountain Steals focuses only on discontinued or outdated gear from previous seasons; in some cases, they even sell stuff that’s hardly more than a few months old. And they always stock the biggest brands: Patagonia, The North Face, Arc’teryx, Black Diamond and more. Hundreds of fantastic insulated jackets are on sale now. To make things easier for you, we weeded out our five favorites under $150.

Millsmont Barn Jacket by The North Face $103
Save $100: For city streets, it has a chorecoat-like silhouette, a shirt collar and a relaxed fit. For mountains and ski chalets, it has synthetic insulation, a water-resistant coating and adjustable cuffs.

Nano Puff Pullover by Patagonia $119
Save $50: A Patagonia classic. The only reason it’s discounted, really, is that it’s a discontinued colorway. You might as well call it rare.

Atom SL Hoody by Arc’teryx $125
Save $104: As you’d expect from Arc’teryx, the Atom SL has a dizzying amoung of techincal features — fleece side vents, a special hydrophobic treatment, odor-resistant Polygeine and over-engineered zippers, to name a few. It’s best suited for active pursuits in below-freezing weather.

Madsen Jacket by Craghoppers $88
Save $62: It’s mostly a casual jacket, but a handful of simple technical details (zip-off hood, handwarmer pockets, adjustable hem) allow it to handle mild winter storms just fine.

Wool Loft Insulated Jacket by Woolrich $89
Save $86: A slimmed-down puffy jacket filled with wool insulation and coated with water-resistant DWR. It also breathes wonderfully, and its understated aesthetic looks great anywhere.

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