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6 Canadian Outerwear Brands to Keep You Warm This Winter

Canadians know winter. We’ve rounded up some homegrown, hearty Canadian brands making the best when it comes to functional outerwear.

Here in the Great White North, we know a thing or two about staying warm. For the majority of the year, Canadians are tasked to keep themselves warm as they navigate through daily life. We know how to bundle up. As such, it only makes sense that Canada’s homegrown brands know how to make the best on the market when it comes to functional outerwear. From stylish shearlings to innovative parkas, consider these exceptional cold weather companies before you nestle into hibernation this season. 


Handmade in Canada and inspired by the brand’s Nordic roots, Therma Kota offers a stylish option for those looking to deviate from the ubiquitous parkas that Canadians flock to in the winter. Specializing in reversible winter coats and reflective rainwear, the female-founded family business creates made-to-order statement pieces that provide warmth and fashionable impact. The OLAVIA is a beautiful moss-toned shearling that features Napalan leather, Mongolian lamb trim, and toggle button closures. $2,590


Sleek and modern, Nobis is a heritage Canadian brand that specializes in textile and technological performance. Whether traversing mountain ranges or navigating the concrete jungle, the outerwear brand focuses on the individual that is constantly on the go. Ethically-sourced materials like Canadian white duck down only add to the brand’s appeal, especially considering that every jacket can be tossed into the washing machine. With zippered vents, sealed seams, and magnetic closures, the Kane is the perfect option to embrace the elements this winter. $1,195


Founded by Eran Elfassy and Elisa Dahan, Mackage has become an international ambassador for Canada’s excellence in outerwear production. Balancing both fashion and function, each piece incorporates multi-layer technology for breathability, comfort, water-resistance, and warmth. The Dixon is a bomber-style jacket with a removable hooded bib to keep you extra shielded from the elements. $950


Luxurious fabrics, effortless styling, and quality construction define the ethos behind Montreal-based SOIA & KYO. With an emphasis on simplistic beauty, each piece serves to be a versatile and sophisticated sartorial option during the winter months. With an asymmetrical closure and lightweight down, the KARELLE creates flattering silhouette that is both stylish and practical.  $395

Quartz Co.

Since 1997, Quartz Co. has been keeping Canadians warm with their selection of timeless, functional outerwear. Being made in Canada at one of their three Quebec-based production facilities has allowed the company to maintain an exceptional standard of quality. In addition, they maintain a progressive approach to design by working with Canadian white-duck farms that support ethical practices. Here, the Maguire is a slim-fit winter jacket made of Japanese fabric. $900


Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, Jennifer Lopez, Gigi Hadid: all are women who consider themselves fans of SENTALER. But celebrity cred aside, this Canadian outerwear brand has established itself as a refined, luxe option that you can wear out to a gala or while running weekend errands. Made out of baby alpaca fur (known for its hypo-allergenic and heat-retaining properties), the Long Coat with Fur is a stylish option that will be the crown jewel of any wardrobe. $2,195

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