The weather outside is frightful. Get cozy with our top five deals on coats

It's cold and it'll only get colder. With much of the country seeing snow this week, it's a great time to bundle up. In the interest of keeping you cozy, we've rounded up the week's best outerwear deals. 

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With the advent of the winter season, a crowd gathers to check out coats that had just been added to the racks at a coat exchange on the Statehouse lawn.

With much of the country seeing snow this week, it's a great time to bundle up. In the interest of keeping you cozy, we've rounded up the week's best outerwear deals. Grab a Star Wars hoodie for just $11, score a $10 gift card when you buy an L.L.Bean windbreaker, and save $91 on a Marmot coat.

Men's Star Wars Hoodie
Store: Target
Price: $11.19 via coupon code "FORHIM" with free shipping
Lowest By: $15
Expires: February 1

Is It Worth It?: Don't snuggle up in a dead tauntaun when you can just throw on this awesome Star Wars hoodie. Featuring Dan Perri's classic logo from the 1970's, this cotton blend hoodie looks great on rebels and troopers alike. A $15 savings in Dark (Side) Grey, this hoodie comes in sizes S to XXL.
Not a Star Wars fan? Target also offers Captain AmericaSuperman, and Spider-Man men's hoodies for $11.19 each after the coupon above. With free shipping, you'll save up to $24 off the price of comparable hoodies elsewhere.

Fila Women's Shimmer Jacket
Store: 6pm
Price: $28.79 via coupon code "6PMFB121120142043" with free shipping
Lowest By: $14
Expires: December 11

Is It Worth It?: Quilted puffy coats, like the Fila Shimmer jacket, combine warmth with figure-flattering style. Grab this Editors' Choice jacket in Purple Cactus Flower and apply the coupon code above to get it for $29, a $14 savings. It comes in sizes S to L.
You can score more great clothes and shoes from 6pm, but you've gotta hurry. Today only, the site takes 20% off everything, including clearance items, via coupon code "6PMFB121120142043". With free shipping on all orders, that's tied with our Cyber Monday mention as the best sitewide percent-off discount we've seen from 6pm this year.

Aeropostale Women's Hooded Plaid Coat
Store: Aeropostale
Price: $32.85 via coupon code "GIFT25" with $7 s&h
Lowest By: $11
Expires: December 15

Is It Worth It?: This cute double-breasted Aeropostale coat may not be suited for the bitterest cold, but it'll keep you looking great on blustery days. After the coupon above, it drops to $33, which is $77 off list price. Available in a classic Black plaid, this hooded coat comes in sizes XS to XXL.
If you dig that preppy aesthetic, you've gotta check out the latest Aeropostale sale. Not only has the retailer cut up to 70% off sitewide, but coupon code "GIFT25" knocks an extra 25% off. Shipping starts at $7, or spend over $50 to bag free shipping.

L.L. Bean Men's Sherpa-Lined Windbreaker with a $10 L.L.Bean Gift Card
Store: L.L.Bean
Price: $69.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $19
Expires: December 24

Is It Worth It?: Windbreakers aren't usually the sort of jacket you can actually break out in the winter months, but this sherpa fleece-lined windbreaker from L.L.Bean may be the exception. Featuring durable ripstop nylon construction, this midweight coat comes in Sail Orange or Kelp Green. Assuming you'll use the bundled $10 gift card, it's a $19 savings at $70. It comes in sizes S to XXL, but not in all size/color combinations.
When it comes to practical winterwear, you can't go wrong with L.L.Bean. The brand has cutup to 50% off loads of items in its sale section, and everything ships for free. Even better, orders of $50 or more will receive a $10 L.L.Bean gift card.

Marmot Men's Vertical Softshell Jacket
Store: Backcountry
Price: $193.77 via coupon code "DEC20" with free 2-day shipping
Lowest By: $91

Is It Worth It?: Working up a sweat is tough work in the cold, but the Marmot Vertical softshell jacket makes things a little easier. This 4-way stretch jacket features Marmot's M1 moisture-wicking softshell material, which is weather resistant. The coupon above knocks it down to $194, which is a massive $91 price low. It comes in four colors (Dark Crimson pictured) and sizes S to XL.
Shop for more great outdoor brands during the Backcountry December Sale, where coupon code "DEC20" cuts an extra 20% off already reduced prices. Better yet, orders over $50 qualify for free 2-day shipping; otherwise, it starts at $5.95.

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

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