Keep your customers and employees warm all winter long with custom logo winter jackets!
We put together a simple guide to help you choose the right jacket for your climate. Whether you’re shoveling snow in the northeast or enjoying milder weather down south, we’ve got you covered!
#1: System jackets offer maximum versatility for harsh, cold climates with lots of snow and ice in the winter.
Typically, a system jacket consists of two pieces: a weather-resistant outer shell and an insulated inner shell that functions like a liner. Sometimes you’ll see them called “3-in-1” jackets, because you can wear the inner or outer shell alone or put them together for extreme weather protection.
System jackets start at around $80 and can run well over $300 for a highly-rated waterproof one like this 3-in-1 from Stormtech.
#2: Insulated jackets work well in moderately cold temperatures where a system jacket isn’t necessary.
Unlike a system jacket, an insulated jacket includes an inner liner that can’t be removed. Some might be lined with fleece while others contain 100% polyester PolyFill, which feels lighter than fleece but does an excellent job at providing warmth. Just remember that you can always layer up on colder days, so you might not need a heavy liner.
Good insulated jackets run from $50-$100, depending on the lining, how the seams are sealed, and the waterproof rating.
#3: For milder climates, go with a fleece or soft shell jacket.
For milder temperatures, opt for a full zip fleece or soft shell jacket to keep you warm. When you’re looking at fleece, look at the weight (10 oz. is considered midweight.) If you need protection from wind, water AND cold, go for a lightweight soft shell.
If you’re on a tight budget, a lightweight fleece or softshell jacket is your best bet. You can snag a value-fleece for less than $30. If you can swing a few extra bucks, upgrade to the Enhanced Value option. (If you’re looking for name brands, check out Eddie Bauer and Columbia fleece jackets.) Soft shell jackets start at less than $40, but can go up to $100 or more.
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