Winter Boot Basics: Insulation, Waterproofing & Staying Warm
Know your Sherpa from your sheepskin? Prep for frigid temperatures with this Pro Tips guide to winter boots and insulation.
Down Vs. Synthetic Insulation: Not All Insulation Is Created Equal
We’re settling the age-old debate: down or synthetic insulation? Find out which type is right for you.
Winter Safety Essentials: Emergency Items for Your Home
As much as you prepare and pack for a sports tournament or a camping trip, you’ll want to give that same thought and preparation before a big snow storm.
How to Choose the Best Winter Jacket for You
Use these Pro Tips to find the best winter coat so you can bundle up with confidence this winter.
Layering for Cold Weather: How to Dress for the Slopes
Bundle up with these skiing and snowboarding Pro Tips for a warm, comfortable adventure on the mountain.
What to Pack for a Day on the Slopes
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Learn More About Winter Clothes
Winter Adventure Ready: Learn More About Winter Gear
Take on the winter season with the latest outerwear and cold-weather clothes from DICK'S Sporting Goods.
A sleek fleece jacket or plush down coat is the perfect answer to those blustery winter days. And at DICK'S Sporting Goods, you'll find outerwear engineered for the elements. Select from the latest styles and technologies designed to protect you from cold and moisture. Layer up with cozy sweatshirts and hoodies and lightweight baselayers.
From a backcountry trek to a day on the town, winter accessories make the difference. Prep for your outing with winter gloves, winter hats, ear warmers and scarves and gaiters. You can take on cold terrain in a new pair of ultra-rugged snow boots for men, women and kids.
This season, turn to popular brands like The North Face®, Marmot®, Columbia®, Patagonia® and Spyder®.
For extra warmth, browse thermal underwear for men and women.
Shop winter clothes for the whole family:
In the winter, your jacket is your main line of defense against the elements. When selecting your winter coats, jackets and vests, think about your needs during the winter season. Several different types of winter jackets are available:
Insulated Jackets: These traditional winter jackets are packed with an insulator to provide burly warmth. These jackets are typically constructed with either down or a synthetic material. An insulated jacket’s loft, or fluffiness, is measured by its fill power—the amount of space taken up by one ounce of down or synthetic insulator.
Fleece Jackets: These jackets are lightweight and versatile. Four-way stretch fabrication ensures you can move easily. Wear your fleece alone or as a baselayer beneath a soft shell jacket.
Soft-Shell Jackets: These wind and waterproof jackets can be worn alone during mild conditions or paired with a baselayer or fleece for customizable warmth.
Three-in-One System Jackets: These coats feature multiple components that can be zipped together, forming a single protective jacket. Wear the layers separately in mild conditions.
Winter Vests: From down to fleece, select from a variety of jackets designed to go where you do this winter.
Winter is all about warmth and comfort. Layer up with the season’s essentials, including hoodies, zip-up jackets and long-sleeve T-shirts.
Consider the level of weatherproofing you need in your outerwear. Many jackets come lined with DWR, or durable waterproof repellent. This substance lines individual fibers on your jacket, rather than the full surface, creating a more breathable barrier against moisture.
Some jackets come with critical seams taped to help fortify you from the elements. When jackets are constructed, needle holes from stitching leave the garment vulnerable to water and air seepage. Jackets with critical seams sealed ensure you’re protected from inclement weather.