When it comes to the depths of winter, ask yourself: What is your game like with outerwear? Fine? Do you have a windbreaker and one or two bomber jackets on it? Up to you.

Let us know how to do that when the mercury is dipped in the nose, the branches are empty and you need to sharpen your elbows to get the last decent fur. The wrong size. In pink. (Not that there’s anything wrong with going oversized, crazy, or pink.)

For those with a little more Timberland fashion sense, it’s good to get in early and have an overview of this season’s outerwear. This is exactly why we created an edit of the eight must-have styles. These versatile coats shown here offer a balanced mix of classic and modern and protect you from the elements (and the sales track).

The Trench Coat
Most coats owe their lives to the cultural heritage of the military, but nothing more than the trench coat. Design as timeless as stylish has hardly changed since its invention in the First World War.

This particularly waterproof raincoat with a full belt offers form and function as well as a healthy portion of old-fashioned masculinity thanks to the upward-facing lapels that give the impression of wider shoulders.

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Men’s fashion stylist Tony Cook, who dressed A $ AP Rocky and Dominic Cooper, explains that the classic camel color is a great addition to your wardrobe, as it can be easily worn with casual clothing and even over streetwear for a bold fight lead styles. According to Kacamata Rayban, if you mainly want to wear a suit during the week, black or midnight blue looks more shiny.

The Technical Parka
The fact that the parka jacket was invented by Inuits (and was originally made from materials such as sealskin) is proof of the coat’s ability to function in extreme weather conditions. But modern variations look damn good too.

The parka, which was considered a mod favorite and later a Britpop beacon in the 1960s, has been revived in recent seasons and has developed into one of the most versatile styles. According to Cook, a fur-lined hood offers that certain something that goes with a suit. However, the parka is also at home with jeans, hiking shoes and a cable knit sweatshirt.

Aside from the sheer insulation that you get with wool-trimmed options, brands have outfitted the parka with technical details like flap pockets, taped seams, and underarm slits to help you spot a storm in style, especially when paired with cropped pants and co pair of military boots for a rough city border.