Winter coats: Five cozy outerwear deals from H&M, REI, and more

Winter coats are starting to go on sale, just in time for the coldest months of the year. Read on for the five best deals on winter coats this week from REI, North Face, and more. 

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A woman shops at H&M on Thanksgiving Day in New York. H&M is offering a 50 percent off sitewide coupon for all outerwear, one of the week's best deals on winter coats.

December is in full-swing, and the weather outside is frightful! That's why today we're highlighting the five best outerwear deals of the week. Get ready to get cozy with 35% off a North Face girls' jacket, $91 in savings on an Aéropostale women's puffer jacket, and the best Eddie Bauer sale of the year.


Discount: Up to 82% off
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: January 2
Is It Worth It?: Start your winter adventures off right with a click over to REI-OUTLET, where you'll score discounts of up to 82% off. (The banner advertises 50% off, but we found deeper discounts in this sale.) Prices start at just 73 cents and everything qualifies for free shipping, making this one of the best outlet sales we've seen from REI this year. Shop for clothing, accessories, and outdoor gear.

The North Face Girls' Altimont Hooded Jacket

Store: Backcountry
Price: $25.97 with $5.95 s&h
Lowest By: $3
Is It Worth It?: If your snow angel needs a light coat for rainy winter weather, get her The North Face girls' Altimont hooded jacket. Marked down by 35%, this Editors' Choice coat is only $26. Made of lightweight nylon ripstop material, the shell is treated with a DWR coating to provide protection from light water and wind. It comes in Metallic Silver only, in sizes XXS to M.

Aéropostale Women's Toggle Puffer Jacket
Store: Aéropostale
Price: $38.85 with free shipping via coupon code "FREESHIP"
Lowest By: $91
Expires: December 31
Is It Worth It?: You won't have to sacrifice style for warmth with this toggle puffer jacket from Aéropostale. Available in Eucalyptus, Navy, or Cream, this jacket features a quilted shell, attached hood, two front pockets, and zippered closure with toggles. Better yet, this coat can be yours for only $39 — a whopping $91 off list price. Apply coupon code "FREESHIP" to bag free shipping, and it's easy to see why this deal is marked Editors' Choice. Pick up this coat in sizes XS to XXL.

Eddie Bauer Men's Yukon Classic Down Parka
Store: Eddie Bauer
Price: $179.40 via coupon code "GREEN" with free shipping
Lowest By: $120
Expires: December 9
Is It Worth It?: No need to feel left out in the cold, guys; there's an Editors' Choice coat deal for you, too! Click over to Eddie Bauer to see the clothier's Yukon Classic down parka in After Dark. With features like a fully lined interior, a lambs' wool fleece collar, and 550-fill goose down insulation, this parka will keep you warmer than a mug full of hot cider. Today only, you can use coupon code "GREEN" to knock the price down to $179, and you'll even bag free shipping. This coat comes in sizes S to XXXL.
It's a great day to score even more Eddie Bauer cold weather gear; the merchant is taking 40% off sitewide via coupon code "GREEN". Not only does the coupon stack with sale and clearance apparel and accessories, but it also bags free shipping on all orders. All told, it's the best no-minimum, percent-off coupon we've seen from Eddie Bauer this year.

H&M Printable Coupon
Store: H&M
Discount: 50% off all outerwear
Expires: December 13
Is It Worth It?: You'll want to grab coats for the whole fam when you shop in-store at H&M with this Editors' Choice printable coupon. Taking 50% off all men's, women's, and kids' outerwear, this coupon represents the biggest discount we've ever seen from this retailer. But you'd better make your way to the store to check out this fashion-forward winter bargain soon; the coupon expires on December 13.

 Marcy Bonebright is a features writer for, where this article first appeared:

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