Just when you thought Squall® couldn’t get any better, along came The Weather Channel. They wore our Squall parka through 21 winter storms (including 4 nor’easters) – and countless hours and days of several storm coverage. They gave us their feedback and we improved all our Squalls – including this stadium coat. Look for things like waterproof chest pockets, a lighter, smoother lining in the hood and collar (that’s less likely to get soggy if it gets wet), and dual entry lower pockets. All aimed at keeping you drier and warmer – whatever the weather.
Our women’s winter coats only get better as they get tested and we make improvements. These women’s coats provide more warm features to keep the cold out. And they’re long winter coats so you’ll have more coverage on your legs. Wear the warm winter coats solo to shovel the walk and wear them with snow pants to create snow forts and snow angels with the kids.
We make the best women’s winter coats because start with the best materials. The shells of these women’s coats are waterproof and windproof, and sealed seams prevent the cold and wet from leaking in. Packed with insulation, the longer winter coats are never bulky. So layer the warm winter coats with sweaters, vests and other pieces, and still have ease of movement for all your winter adventures.
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