Are you looking for a vegan puffer coat? Well - look no further! We've put together 10 options that will keep you warm and actually look good. And there are options for men & women!
Stay puffy my friends...
VEGAN PUFFER COAT OPTIONS
1. Men's Hooded Puffer Coat by Save the Duck
- Save the Duck offers vegan alternatives to downy outerwear, like this black puffer coat in stretchy, movable fabric.
- Waterproof, lightweight and dense with better-than-feathers PLUMTECH insulation.
- Zips all the way up.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's all synthetic.
- Pros: Meet drizzly autumns and snowy winters head-on with this protective puffer coat. Pop the hood up and get to work in comfort and style.
- Cons: The price.
2. Women's Cayuga Puffer Jacket by Vero Moda
- This isn't your typical ladies' puffer jacket. It comes with a chic scarf you can snap right onto the collar.
- Buttoned with side pockets.
- Made with polyester fill.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's made of vegan materials—no fur or feathers here.
- Pros: From its olive color to the elegant scarf, you can really take this puffer jacket anywhere. Throw it over tailored pants and a button-down for a professional look.
- Cons: It's surely warm, but it's on the shorter side. If your winters are particularly nippy, make sure your lower half is bundled up.
3. Men's Faux Fur Lined Puffer Coat from Express
- Let the faux fur-trimmed hood and plush lining of this red puffer coat keep you warm and cozy.
- Water-resistant and padded with polyester.
- Fitted at the waist and cuffs with elastic material.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's totally human-made.
- Pros: Red is an eye-catching winter color. With all that practicality and style, you might not want to take it off.
- Cons: If we had to find something, we'd wish for waterproofing instead of water resistance if you do some heavy-duty winter sports.
4. Women's Long Puffer Coat from Express
- Now this is cold weather wear. It's nice and long and elegant in black.
- Made with a drawstring hood.
- Zips all the way down.
- Advertised as vegan: No. But it is made of vegan materials.
- Pros: There's a reason Canadians buy long puffer coats—they're ideal for serious cold. This one has a polished appearance that goes well with a pair of nice check trousers.
- Cons: Some reviewers prefer a contoured rather than a straight cut. It's all about what your preferences are.
5. Men's Oversized Puffer Jacket by Asos Design
- Pastels are classic winter colors. This dapper men's puffer jacket in pink is a dream with work boots and jeans.
- Fastens with a zipper and snap buttons.
- Roomy with deep pockets.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's all synthetic.
- Pros: It's in the affordable range for a trendy winter coat. You can get it to trade off with your cold weather standby when you need a little swag.
- Cons: It won't necessarily match everything in your closet.
6. Women's Featherless Hooded Puffer Coat by Marmot
- Synthetic materials are better than feathers. Marmot's Featherless Hoodie with Thinsulate Featherless Insulation is super snuggly and soft.
- Fitted with a droptail hem.
- Functional with a zip front and zip pockets.
- Advertised as vegan: No. But it's critter-friendly.
- Pros: For ladies who like a little extra tailoring in the fit, this is flattering coat. The alternating quilting on the body is a nice detail for something a little different.
- Cons: There's no mention of water resistance.
7. Men's Frost Fighter Puffer Jacket by Columbia
- Columbia is well known in the outdoor community for reliability and affordability. Check out this back-to-basics puffer jacket in water-resistant material and cruelty-free polyester fill.
- Comes with a hook to attach your gloves or keys to.
- Designed with zippered pockets and a zip front.
- Advertised as vegan: No. But don't worry, it's all human-made.
- Pros: It's tough to argue with a jacket this user-friendly. Wear it downtown, hiking or on the ski mountain.
- Cons: According to reviews, it's on the thinner side, though still quite warm.
8. Women's Velvet Puffer Jacket from Asos Design
- One of the great things about the puffer jacket renaissance is that they're coming back in all sorts of styles and designs. This one features luxurious pink velvet and a funnel collar.
- Closes with a zipper and metal snaps.
- Regular fit with waist pockets.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's polyester.
- Pros: This is a little dressier than other puffer jackets thanks to the silky velvet. It does casual with jeans, but don't be afraid to drape it over a maxi skirt and platform heels.
- Cons: Could be suitable for work, but it depends on the environment.
9. Men's Classic Hooded Puffer Jacket by Tommy Hilfiger
- Tommy Hilfiger does classic well. This men's hooded puffer jacket comes in a variety of solid and color block options.
- Snug with ribbed, fitted cuffs.
- Hood can be tightened with drawstring cords.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's made of nylon and polyester.
- Pros: It's a good basic to have on hand when the temperature drops. It doesn't have any bells or whistles, but it will keep you toasty.
- Cons: It might not be ideal for slushy, wet weather.
10. Women's PNW Norwester II Puffer Jacket by Columbia
- This light puffer jacket from Columbia features sealed seams that are designed to keep water out.
- Made with polyester down.
- Smart Omni-Heat lining reflects body heat for max efficiency.
- Advertised as vegan: No. However, it's synthetic.
- Pros: It seems like an ideal winter activity jacket with all the insulation. Plus, it's breathable and lightweight for comfort and maneuverability on the ski trails.
- Cons: We just wonder about the water resistance of the material as there's no mention of it in the product description.