On today’s brand comparison we will be taking a look at two of the most expensive jacket brands on the market: Canada Goose vs. Moncler.
We have compared Canada Goose to some other brands previously, including Jack Wolfskin and Triple F.A.T. Goose, where we took a look at each brand separately and then went on to see which one would be the better option of the two.
In this comparison we will be doing the very same thing, while going a bit more in-depth to see how they compare to each other.
Let’s get started without any further ado!
Continuing with another jacket selection of affordable options that perform very well and are good quality, today we will look at some of the best waterproof jackets for men and women that you should really try this year.
Waterproof jackets are an important part of anyone’s wardrobe and they come in a variety of designs. The most common are raincoats, which are by default waterproof and we have included several in today’s selection.
The price limit we set was $100, and so we looked at jackets that cost less than that. In our previous selections we have come across plenty of affordable jackets that were quite well-made, but haven’t looked at waterproof ones on their own yet.
That’s why we are here today.
In today’s article we will be going through a selection of running jackets for men and women, which are well-made and most importantly, very affordable, all of them being under $50.
Because we value honesty, let us preface this selection by firstly saying that running jackets are not a necessity, especially if you are a casual runner.
The reason why they were developed is to meet certain requirements that other jackets might fulfill, but are usually a bit too much for running, if that makes sense.
Hence, why we have running jackets, which are designed to be lightweight and focus mostly on their wind-resistance and breathability features.
They provide a great protective layer through all seasons, especially during rainy days. With that being said, let’s take a look at our picks for you.
Those who enjoy the outdoors year round, regardless of weather and temperature changes, know too well the importance of having the right clothes. Layering up with several clothes is an essential step when spending time out in nature, especially during the winter months, but not just any type of fabric, shirt or jacket will do.
That is why winter jackets come in a variety of options and designs. No two jackets perform or wear alike, even within the same brand, so it is really important to determine beforehand what you are looking for and then move on to finding the right jacket for you.
When we mention outdoor activities in winter, right away snow sports come into mind. Skiing and snowboarding are not solely practiced by professionals who spend years perfecting their performance in these activities, but amateurs who enjoy playing in the snow choose to spend their winter holidays up in the mountains skiing the day away.
In several previous selections and reviews of ours we have looked at numerous jackets that can be worn in different activities, including skiing or snowboarding.
But today it’s time to focus specifically on these two sports and learn more about the jackets that are best suited for them.
Fabric technologies have now become a recurrent featuring in our comparison reviews, typically put against Gore-Tex, which is regarded as the top fabric technology in the market.
A technology that we have yet to see in any of our reviews, selections or comparisons is the Thermal Coil technology by Columbia Sportswear.
Columbia is an American brand that was established in 1938 and is one of the most renowned brands currently on the market of outdoor sportswear. They are very well-known for their affordable prices and quality products, in particular the jacket designs. You can find several recommendations on our site.
This is a brand that we have featured extensively in our selections and have also reviewed the OutDry technology that the brand uses in many of its products, as well as Omni-Tech, a technology developed by the brand itself. They are also renowned for other technologies, which include the Omni-Heat and Omni-Shield ones.
As we mentioned before, and as the title indicates, our focus today is on the Thermal Coil technology, one of the brand’s older technologies.
We will be looking at its features and how it works as a technology and we will also quickly take a look at how it compares to the other technologies that Columbia uses in their products.
Some time ago we took a look at the M65 Standard parka by Brandit, the German brand that specializes in military-style clothing.
You can find that review here if you are interested in another style of the parka that we will be reviewing today. Speaking of which, it’s the M65 Giant parka for men.
We chose this design as it is a very popular one online and also because we were quite impressed with the standard design mentioned above. Now, let’s take a more in-depth look at this design.
Jacket single reviews are now a regular segment on our website. We believe that it helps those of you who are looking for the perfect jacket to suit your plans and lifestyle, because we go a bit more in depth with particular jacket designs and, thus, it makes it easier to get to know more about its features and see if it is indeed the right fit for you.
In today’s review we will be looking at another Geographical Norway design, the Coquin jacket for men.
This is part of the collection that was launched almost a year ago, which features other quality jackets at very reasonable prices. Let’s get started!