It's the time of year where we wish we could just live in down. Down jackets, down vests, down pants even! If you're feeling the vibe, but your down collection could use an update, you're in luck—Backcountry just marked their best-selling stock of The North Face up to 30% off.
To save you time in sifting through the many insulated options, we pulled our top six picks of best designed down outerwear for use in the city and on the mountain.
Styled for the city but built to withstand the harshest alpine environments, this thigh-length parka provides excellent warmth with 550-fill responsibly sourced down insulation and defends against wet weather with a 2-layer DryVent membrane. SHOP NOW
I'm in love with this retro puffer. Inspired by archival pieces and modernized with lofty 600-fill down and a DWR-treated recycled poly exterior, the warm and stylish down jacket is an absolute classic. SHOP NOW
Like an improved Nuptse this thigh-length down jacket from TNF is designed for adventures in the city and on the mountain. Insulated with 550-fill down with a 100% recycled poly liner and DWR coated ripstop nylon blend exterior, it's a handsome balance of technical design and urban style. SHOP NOW
Designed for hiking, camping, and other active outdoor pursuits, this performance-driven down jacket is hyper packable yet super warm, thanks to 800-fill goose down insulation. A WindWall ripstop nylon exterior with DWR reinforced overlays on high shoulder and hood further enhance functionality in fowl weather. SHOP NOW
Named after the highest mountain in the southern hemisphere, this snow-ready modern puffer features lofty down on the body and sleeves and synthetic insulation in places more susceptible to rainfall and snow like the shoulders or side panels.
Made entirely of recycled fabrics and recycled synthetic insulation, this more environmentally-friendly update to the classic Thermoball Jacket is both warm and versatile. Plus it's available in a ton of different colors, and in a hooded version, too. SHOP NOW