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The Outerwear Edit

Outerwear is a powerful weapon in a man’s sartorial armory. Not only is it the most visible element of an outfit, but the best line of defence against dropping temperatures. With the Canadian man in mind, we’ve curated the best selection of winter coats for you from the world’s leading brands.

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You have to try on the Canali Kei Overcoat to appreciate how comfortable it feels. Master tailors have ergonomically adapted the design to contour to a man’s shape and movements. Naturally sloped shoulders and an unlined interior ensure the coat is lightweight and pliable. The soft touch of fine wool is elevated with water and crease resistant properties, allowing you to look sharp from morning to night. It’s woven in an elegant glen check pattern that proves heritage textiles can look contemporary.

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A pillar of Italian menswear since 1958, Corneliani is set apart by its textile innovation and design finesse. Industry leading technology imparts stain and rain resistant qualities to this wool twill gabardine ID Coat. Beneath the outer layer you’ll find a detachable quilted insert to accommodate changes in weather.

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Vancouver’s Arc'teryx Veilance harnesses advanced technology to pioneer streamlined jackets that are warmer, drier and lighter. The Monitor Coat’s insulation system suspends warming chambers of 850 Fill Power down within a GORE-TEX shell to withstand the most adverse environments. Water Tight zippers and fully taped seams ensure maximum rain resistance in a bulk free silhouette. Arc’teryx Veilance translates high-performance details into an urban look with absolutely no aesthetic compromise.

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Founded in the French alpine village of Monestier-de-Clermont, Moncler is a master of quilted coats with over six decades of experience. The high altitude brand continues to take its cues from mountaineers to create technical outerwear with utilitarian touches. This Morane Jacket is tailored in a hooded bomber silhouette apt for both ski enthusiast and city dwellers alike. Plush down padding contributes to even heat distribution and luxurious warmth without added weight.

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Super-soft cashmere finds form in this double-faced overcoat from Ermengildo Zegna. This sophisticated design is equipped with plenty of extra indulgent details including a rich nubuck undercollar and interior pockets. It’s neatly tailored in a fitted silhouette that feels modern and classic all at once.

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Belstaff's nylon vest is perfect for navigating urban environments. You’ll appreciate the water resistant diamond quilting as the seasons transition. Wear it as a warm layer over a sweater or shirt or slip it under your jacket as an extra layer of insulation in the winter months. The rugged vest is equipped with a velvet-lined stand collar and sporty patch pockets that stay true to its British motorcycling roots.

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Originally designed for the snowy streets of Montreal, Mackage knows a thing or two about combatting the cold. The Canadian brand operates on the belief that when winter hits, your coat becomes the focal point of your outfit. Following this philosophy, the Dixon Parka is crafted with a detachable rabbit fur-lined hood to acclimatize to weather variations. Every detail is carefully thought out, right down to the fleece-lined pockets to keep your hands warm.

 

 

 

 

 

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