Mountain Hardwear Coats and Jackets for Men
Mountain Hardwear coats and jackets for men are available in a range of styles and may include additional accessories or options that you might find useful. You may find a jacket or coat that is designed to accommodate you in a particular season and therefore includes features that other seasonal jackets do not. Knowing what materials are used in seasonal outerwear for men and the styles and features you can choose from may help you narrow your search.What size options are available for Mountain Hardwear men's jackets?
Men's jackets or coats from Mountain Hardwear are available in a range of sizes including the following:
- Extra small or small
- Large or extra large
- Sizes beyond extra large include 2XL, 3XL, XLT, and 2XLT
Outerwear that utilizes a particular material are usually designed for a specific season or purpose, such as hooded or down jackets like the Ghost Whisperer from Mountain Hardwear, which are designed for cold weather use. Outerwear with down filling are insulted to provide extra warmth in cold temperatures. Other types of coats will have an outer fabric that resists moisture, which is useful for humid or rainy climates. Some of the most common materials used in Mountain Hardwear outerwear are listed below, but remember that most coats and jacket are made from a combination of these materials.
- 100% cotton or a blend of cotton, including polycotton
- Fur, regular fleece, microfleece, wool, or a wool blend
- Synthetic materials
The style of coat you choose will depend on your needs and may involve differences in length, fit, or overall appearance. You may wish to familiarize yourself with some jacket styles in order to choose one that looks appealing to you, that matches some of your outfits, or that is intended for a particular use. Some common jacket styles you may find are described below:
- Basic jackets or coats present the most universal options for fit and appearance and are generally suitable for moderate seasonal changes.
- Trench coats and overcoats are longer than standard coats, often falling below the knees.
- Pea coats and bomber jackets tend to be shorter than basic coats and jackets, ending at the waistline.
- Windbreakers or windcheaters are light jackets that are meant to help stave off light rain and wind chill.
- Puffers and fleece jackets like the Ghost Whisperer from Mountain Hardwear feature insulation to help keep out the cold.
The specific number of features and their uses can vary depending on the Mountain Hardwear style you choose. However, a few features you may find in jackets and coats include the following:
- Lining that has heat retention properties
- An attached hood with goggles
- Lining that you can remove when necessary
- Reversible patterns
- Zippers, buttons, fasteners, and pockets