Though lightweight, the ThermoBall generates rave reviews for retaining warmth, even when the waterproof exterior is wet. Has an attractive, slim fit yet also fits most wearers true to size.
A few color options look somewhat different in person than online. Not ideal for temperatures well below freezing, but a good pick for most conditions.
A plushy, soft fleece jacket that's ideal for chilly temperatures and layering. Offers lightweight wear and middle-of-the-road warmth. An updated version that has an attractive, fitted waist and overall comfortable fit.
The fibers have a tendency to shed, especially when the jacket is new. Not heavy enough to be worn by itself on extremely cold days.
An excellent choice for all-year wear. Waterproof and windproof. Has a hood. Can easily be layered with other clothing and jackets thanks to the relaxed fit.
Too thin to wear by itself in cold temperatures. Sizes run on the small side.
Crafted to provide serious warmth on cold, wintry days. Responsibly sourced goose down insulation. Earns praise for not being too bulky. Mid-thigh length; removable hood.
Runs somewhat small on some women, especially in the midsection. On the higher end of the price range.
Stands out for being both soft and warm. Smooth outer finish. Fleece lining. Can be worn alone or layered on very cold days. Wind resistant and water repellent.
The material is prone to snagging. The fit runs a bit narrow on some women, but ordering a size up is usually a reliable option.
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