We know that no one is looking forward to the return of winter. The gale-force winds and knee-high snowbanks are enough to send even the biggest outdoor enthusiast running for the closest roaring fire and down-filled duvet. But Quartz Nature’s latest offerings of stylish and functional outerwear may just have you jonesing for the cold.
The Canadian coat company, whose promise is fashionable outerwear that is made from at least 80 percent Canadian down and uses exclusive trims like coyote, Norwegian fox and Finnish raccoon fur, introduces new styles this season that ensure warmth in up to -50 degree Celsius weather.
Among the new styles are the Éliane ($699), which boasts a slim fit, faux leather accents and coyote fur trim, the Sue (from $599), which is insulated with woven fabric and white down and the Zac parka for men (from $599) that takes its style cues from the military trend and is lightweight and flexible. All the fur trims are removable, which means the jackets can easily go in any washing machine.