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  • Orolay Women's Thickened Down Jacket

  • Amazon Essentials Women’s Packable Hooded Puffer Jacket

  • Beinia Valuker Women's Down Coat With Fur Hood

  • The North Face Women’s Metropolis Parka

  • Grace Karin Women’s Hooded Parka

  • Columbia Women's Peak to Park Mid Insulated Jacket

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Orolay Women's Thickened Down Jacket

Few women’s winter coats are as recognizable as this Orolay down jacket. Known as “the Amazon Coat” (it even has its own Instagram fan page), the parka has nearly 20,000 rave reviews and is beloved by both influencers and celebrities like Lucy Hale, Emma Stone, and Oprah. Reviewed’s shopping editor, Amanda Tarlton, is also a big fan. She owns the coat and loves that it has so many pockets and that the side zippers allow it to expand while you move.

Available in 13 colors and prints, it comes in women’s sizes XXS to 5X.

Pros

  • Very Warm

  • Wide range of sizes

  • Size zippers allow the jacket to expand

  • A lot of pockets

Cons

  • Heavy weight

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Amazon Essentials Women’s Packable Hooded Puffer Jacket

Thousands of people love the clothing from Amazon’s in-house brand, Amazon Essentials—including this puffer jacket. It’s warm without being too bulky and has a shorter length and elasticized waist that create a sleeker silhouette. The water-resistant coat is also packable, so you can fold it up and toss it in your bag when it’s not in use.

Available in 23 colors, it comes in women’s sizes XS to XXL.

Pros

  • A lot of color choices

  • Lightweight and breathable

  • Packable

Cons

  • Shorter length doesn't cover legs

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Beinia Valuker Women's Down Coat With Fur Hood

For a parka that looks as good as it feels, enter this Valuker down coat. It boasts a waist-cinching drawstring for a form-fitting style along with multiple pockets, a weather-proof shell, and a roomy hood that has a removable faux fur trim. The elasticized wrist cuffs and longer length will keep out any chilly drafts, too.

Available in 13 colors and prints, it comes in women’s sizes XXS to 3X.

Pros

  • WInd- and waterproof

  • Cinched waist

  • Removable faux fur trim

  • Warm down

Cons

  • Tight-fitting arms

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The North Face Women’s Metropolis Parka

The North Face parka is one of the most popular women’s winter coats out there—and for good reason. This version is made with goose down that’s lightweight yet extremely insulating at the same time so you’ll stay warm without feeling weighed down. It also has a removable hood, fitted design, and cozy, quilted exterior that will keep you protected no matter the temperature.

Available in 18 colors, it comes in women’s sizes XS to 3X.

Pros

  • Durable and high-quality

  • Warm goose down insulation

  • Removable hood

Cons

  • Runs small

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Grace Karin Women’s Hooded Parka

While not waterproof, this hooded parka has a lot going for it. With an adjustable drawstring that allows you to cinch the waist, an anorak-esque silhouette, and a faux fur-trimmed hood, it’s a coat you can wear almost anywhere and everywhere. It also has a warm fleece lining and numerous pockets to stash all of your essentials (or simply keep your hands warm).

Available in 18 colors, it comes in women’s sizes S to 3X.

Pros

  • Roomy hood

  • A lot of color choices

  • Stylish anorak look

  • Cozy fleece lining

Cons

  • Not waterproof

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Columbia Women's Peak to Park Mid Insulated Jacket

Columbia is a well-known (and well-trusted) brand in the outdoor gear space. Its top-selling women’s winter jacket is filled with warm down insulation and has a drop hem to protect even more of your body from the elements. The faux fur-lined hood adds even more warmth and the water-resistant shell makes this a great choice for any wintry weather.

Available in six colors, it comes in women’s sizes XS to 3X.

Pros

  • Well-insulated

  • Water-resistant

  • Longer length for more coverage

Cons

  • Zipper gets stuck easily

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