The Best Places to Shop For Winter Jackets in Montreal
From oversized puffer jackets to leather-trimmed wrap coats, we've got you covered (literally). Here's where to buy winter jackets in Montreal
Gone are the days of looking like an inflatable snowman in that extra puffy winter jacket you wore as a little tot. Trust, we’ve all been there. When it comes to winter dressing, there is a way to stay warm and look fashionable. Just look to these stylish spots that have mastered both. From boldly coloured insulated jackets to fur-trimmed parkas, these are the best places to shop for winter jackets in Montreal for when the temps plummet below freezing (*sobs*). And if you want to shop our fave spots from coast to coast, click here.
Find it: 1650 Rue Chabanel O, pointzero.ca
The low-down: The flagship location and headquarters of this ultra cool outerwear brand started out as a menswear company but has since expanded to womenswear and is currently killing the winter jacket game.
What you’ll find: Statement-making parkas complete with eye-catching fur around the neck and leather patches along the sleeves—not for the fashion faint of heart
Average cost: $200
Brands: Point Zero
Find it: 485 Rue Rachel E, kanuk.com
The low-down: This Montreal-born company crafts heavy-duty outerwear that can withstand even the harshest of Quebec winters, so you’ll stay toasty all season long.
What you’ll find: Insulated coats equipped with pockets and faux fur hoods, plus hip, knee and floor-grazing cuts
Average cost: $800
Find it: 977 Rue Sainte-Catherine O, simons.ca
The low-down: With almost 150 years under their belt, this OG clothing store, located in the heart of downtown Montreal, has a vast selection of winter toppers from in-house and international brands.
What you’ll find: Metallic parkas, quilted kimono-style jackets and utilitarian anoraks for when your style is girly, grunge or somewhere in between
Average cost: $100 to $400
Brands: Twik, Only, Volcom, Canada Goose, Contemporaine and more
Find it: 1227 Rue Rachel E, orage.com
The low-down: Inspired by owner Evelyn Trempe’s love of the slopes, this outerwear company blends style and practicality for passionate ski and snowboarders.
What you’ll find: Technical and colourful jackets that can take you from the ski hill to the streets
Average cost: $300 to $500
Find it: 1625 Rue Chabanel O #700, audvik.com
The low-down: This locally-owned, Canadian-made boutique creates enduring outerwear; it will last you for seasons to come and, even better, won’t go out of style anytime soon.
What you’ll find: Simple craftsmanship, classic fits and rich neutrals and berry tones
Average cost: $500 to $650