Snow season isn't over! Pick up quality jackets and pants for men, women, and kids for about half the price

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For powderhounds and cold-weather adventurers, investing in quality winter gear is a priority—but it isn’t cheap. The trick is snagging snow wear that’ll last. Enter Patagonia, the outdoor retailer that not only makes durable, quality products, but also offers repair services for any natural wear and tear that may occur. 

The sustainable brand is now having a massive President’s Day sale through February 19, and it comes at the perfect time as winter starts to wane. You can either snag new items to use for the remaining weeks of the season or pave the way for next year’s snowy fun. A nice, varied selection of water-resistant down jackets, snow pants, fleece pullovers, and more apparel (plus backpacks) are discounted up to 50%—deals too good to pass up. Read on for our top picks for on-sale winter outerwear.

Women’s Sale

Versatile Fleece

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The teddy bear coat might be the It Look of winter 2019-2020, but we all know it has its origins in fleece jackets, and Patagonia’s are so classic. This quarter-zip pullover is the ideal layer on brisk days and cold nights by the campfire, making it a great year-round piece. The on-trend burnt sienna hue additionally makes it a win-win for your wardrobe.

Women's Los Gatos 1/4-Zip, $49.50 (was $99)

Your Cold-Temp Cocoon

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Need a coat that can stand up to the chilliest of climates? This investment piece is the answer, and you can’t argue with this still-steep-while-half-off price point when you get interior down insulation, a waterproof GORE-TEX shell, and fleece-lined hand warmers as part of the bargain.

Women’s Frozen Range 3-in-1 Parka, $399.50 (was $799)

Transitional Wardrobe Upgrade

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When winter starts easing into the early days of spring, you need a transitional piece that’s versatile enough to work on the trail or in town. Enter this timeless canvas jacket, inspired by traditional field coats, that’s forgivingly lined with cozy, high-pile fleece (because it’s not picnic weather yet).

Women’s Maple Grove Jacket, $124.50 (was $249)

Men’s Sale

Your Forever Vest

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The iconic down vest is twice as nice in this reversible style, great for layering on during a winter hike or a jaunt to the farmers’ market.

Men’s Reversible Bivy Down Vest, $94.50 (was $189)

Oh-So Portable Down Jacket

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Windproof and lightweight, this ultra-warm jacket made of humanely sourced goose down has a hidden secret. An interior pocket converts to a stuff sack with a carabiner clip-on loop for convenient latching to your daypack once you’ve substantially warmed up.

Men’s Down Sweater, $114.50 (was $229)

The Ski Jacket for Any Weather

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The versatility of this ski jacket makes it hard to resist (other than the 30% off discount, of course). With components that can be removed or added back in, it can be worn as a shell, as light insulation, or as a waterproof skiing outer layer, making it just what you need for days on the mountain. 

Men’s 3-in-1 Snowshot Jacket, $279.30 (was $399)

Kids’ Sale

Kids’ Ski Wear That Won’t Be One-and-Done

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Every parent sighs about how quickly kids outgrow their clothes, which can make maintaining seasonal wardrobes especially costly—items usually only fit for one season. Enter these snow jacket and pant sets, which include a grow-fit feature that increases the length by a couple of inches, allowing for an additional season of wear. So you can buy now and use them while the powder lasts, and then save them up for another season of wearing next winter.

Girls’ Snowbelle Jacket, $99.50 (was $199)
Girls’ Snowbelle Pants, $69.50 (was $139)
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Boys’ Snowshot Jacket, $99.50 (was $199)
Boys’ Snowshot Pants, $69.50 (was $139)

Baby’s First Fashionable Fleece

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Baby will stay warm on windy, chilly days in this fluffy, fleecy number and look good while she’s at it. The nylon/spandex binding at the collar, hem, and wrists keep the warmth in, while the contrasting pocket details give the jacket extra pops of color.

Baby Retro X Jacket, $39.50 (was $79)

The Warmest Snowsuit

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Ensure your little snow bunny dresses the part with this one-piece snowsuit. Seam-sealed and insulated with a snap-off hood, the suit keeps your adventuring tot warm and cozy while she’s romping around in a winter wonderland.

Baby Snow Pile One-Piece, $79.50 (was $159)