So it is time to start heading for the snow! and sometimes packing the right winter coat to take to the snow can be a little difficult. I come to realize that my number one concern when I am in the snow, it’s to be warm.
I found this amazing reversible poofy winter coat perfect to wear in the snow, This coat is a double-sided casual winter coat. Onse side is waterproof and another side is fabric like a trench coat material. I like this feature because I can switch sides if I feel fancier I switch to the fabric side and if I want to be dry and warm then I choose the other side. It also has a hood with removable fur and pockets. I absolutely love this coat and it is my to go jacket when I go to the snow. So if you want to get a winter coat that you can take to the snow that you are going to love as much as I love mine, here is what you need to look for.
Look for thickness to stay warm, the poofier the better if you tend to get cold really easy, go for thick material and poofy. I like to make sure I am warm no matter what, so I don’t really care if it is too poofy. When is poofy I know it’s going to be warm. Another good thing about wearing a thick coat is that you don’t have to layer as much, so when you go to a restaurant or a heated place you don’t have to remove a million layers.
There is all kinds of length for snow jackets and coats from short ( around waist) mid (around hip) long (below the knee) depending on your level of comfort you can pick one that suits your needs. My recommendation is to go for a mid-length because is not too short or too long. Mid-length snow coats are long enough to keep you warm.
If you are lucky enough to go to the snow when it is actually snowing than you need to make sure you don’t get wet. So look for waterproof material so the snow doesn’t make you wet.
A hood is another necessity when is snowing or when is windy it keeps your head warm and you don’t have to wear extra headpieces to keep your head warm. But you still have the option to wear it a hat or headpiece if you want to stay ultra-warm
I hope this 4 points can help your decision to pay the right snow coat for your next trip to the snow.