It’s that time of year when the temperatures drop and you dig your winter coat out of storage. If your jacket is looking a little more dingy than your remember, Everlane’s popular is back in stock after having a 38,000 person waitlist.
Normally a winter jacket that will actually keep you warm throughout the season is well over $200. But for $160, will do the trick thanks to its microfiber thermal insulation with a hidden drawstring waist that's designed to keep in heat. It's also water-resistant and machine washable.
Even better, the jacket is part of that replaces traditional synthetic fabric with an cozy sustainable fabric that’s made from 100% recycled plastic bottles.
GoodHousekeeping.com is a big fan of these puffers. Our digital director Lauren Matthews says the material is extremely durable and the insulation stood up to New York’s frigid temperatures just as well as pricier jackets she’s owned.
If you're interested, don't wait until the temperatures drop to buy. Frequent shoppers know that the brand's limited stock means that popular items go fast and this coat is no exception.