You can’t beat a fleece jacket for keeping warm and toasty when the temperatures take a tumble and if you find yourself in the market for this sort of apparel right now, the guys at Huckberry have got some of the best in the business. Check out our pick of 8 great men’s fleece jackets for keeping warm this winter.
ML x LF Glacier Sherpa Jacket | $165
Created with the goal of making a shirt that feels as soft on day one as that tee you’ve had since high school, Marine Layer is bringing that feeling to a full lineup of apparel you’ll never want to take off. With a bold retro look and an easy-wearing construction, this ace jacket uses Sherpa fleece to its full potential resulting in a softer than soft exterior that feels as cozy as it looks.
Manastash Chilliwack Jacket | $220
Manastash apparel has the kind of durability and robust style just as suited for the concrete jungle as it is for actual wilderness. Originally released in the mid-’90s, the Chilliwack Jacket keeps all of the retro vibes of the original but adds in some functional, contemporary details. Warm and versatile, this has the potential to become your go-to outer layer all season long.
Patagonia Classic Retro-X Fleece Jacket | $199
The Classic Retro-X Jacket takes the look of a vintage fleece zip-up (a look Patagonia pretty much invented about 35 years ago) and pairs it up with contemporary materials that cut wind, trap warmth, and keep the vibe properly chill.
Amundsen Harvester Overshirt | $399
The Harvester Overshirt from Amundsen is unlike any corduroy overshirt we’ve ever seen here at The Status Life. With stretch, water-resistant corduroy made by a French mill that’s been around since 1794, it perfectly balances heritage looks with technical performance.
66 North Tindur Technical Shearling Jacket | $225
This performance fleece is made to handle the cold, an ideal mid-layer in winter and perfect on its own during fall or spring (or summer in Iceland). Crafted from Polartec® Thermal Pro®, a synthetic shearling fleece, for a soft and wind resistant construction.
Howler Brothers Chisos Jacket | $145
Howler sets the bar high with apparel that update classic looks for the modern age, and they outdid themselves with the Chisos Jacket. Named for the west Texas mountain range, this outerwear is built to keep you warm and comfortable from sea level to summit with enough style to head into town afterwards.
Roark Axeman Wool Jacket | $199
This workwear-inspired jacket comes with a poly-wool-blend lining to keep the cold away and a warm and soft sherpa-lined collar. The Roark Axeman Jacket has a jacquard pattern polyester wool blend lining and dual snap-closure hand-warmer pockets.
Outerknown Paz Cord Trucker Jacket | $228
The Paz Cord Trucker Jacket from Outerknown is an example of a union of sorts – namely, the badass style of a trucker jacket paired with a supremely cozy sherpa lining. Tough on the outside, comfortably soft on the inside, just like most of our favourite people here at The Status Life. It is constructed from fabrics that have a lower environmental impact including organic cotton, hemp, and recycled polyester.